How to Land Your First House Sit

Over the past three years I’ve house sat throughout Europe, looking after everything from cats and dogs to turtles and once, even a farm of alpacas. In exchange for walking the dog, feeding the cat or watering the plants, I was able to stay in all of these properties for...

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How to Couch Surf

Incase you're not already aware, CouchSurfing is both a social network and a hospitality exchange website. Since its launch in 2004, the website has grown to become one of the largest online communities of travellers in the world and has 7 million members (according to CS) across 207 countries.

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Kampot and Kep, Sleepy Towns in the South of Cambodia

Kampot and Kep are sleepy towns in the south of Cambodia, a world away from Phnom Penh and well worth the trip down if only to savor the local delicacy of cracked crabs swimming in Kampot pepper, followed down with a cold Angkor beer!

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Travelling in Search of Paradise?

Travellers in search of paradise will surely find it here in the Andaman Sea; and while you will not be alone, you can however can take a measure of comfort with a cold beer in a breathtaking environment....

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Visiting Siem Reap and the Angkor Temples, Cambodia

“Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun”..... I learnt that the hard way after trekking around Siem Reap and the Angkor Temples in the sweltering heat...

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What To Do And See In 3 Days In Singapore

I took the time to spend more than a few hours in Singapore's transit lounge and got out to see and experience the mainland of Singapore and was not at all disappointed! Here are a few travel tips...

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A Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India P3

In this last post in the series on Staying Sane in India I'll discuss the subjects of ‘Getting Around’, ‘Dealing with Beggars’ and ‘Managing Sensory Overload’ against my personal experiences travelling around this unique country....

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A True Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India P2

This is part two of a 3 part series on India. In this post I'm going to discuss 'dealing with overly interested men (for women)' and talk about the art of 'bargaining and minimizing the rip-off factor'...

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24 Hours in Patong, Thailand

Has Patong, with its reputation for sleaziness and hedonism gone soft? Delve into the belly of the beast and spend 24 hours in Patong with me and let’s see how we feel in the morning!......

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A True Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India Part 1

Mastered the art of traveling? If you’re visiting India, think again... After 2 months of sensory overload I wanted to share with you my top tips for surviving, without compromising, my India experience.....

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