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How to Roadtrip for Free

From my experience of travelling, going on a road trip has to be my favourite way of exploring that country. Having the freedom of going anywhere at any given time is far more rewarding and adventurous in contrast to bussing it. The only downside with this is usually the cost. Campervans and/or car rentals are... Continue Reading →

Roadtrip: Cairns to Brisbane

If you are planning on visiting Australia, or you are currently here, I would strongly suggest doing a road trip. The public transport here is not practical to say the least, and I couldn’t think of anything worse than being on one of those tourist coaches that provide ‘organised fun’. Rent or buy a car... Continue Reading →

Melbourne or Sydney?

After visiting two of Australia’s finest cities, I’ve decided to enter the debate of “what’s better; Melbourne or Sydney”? To get involved in this, I have to understand myself which is better and why. So I have compiled a list of five factors that I always judge a place I visit on, and let the... Continue Reading →

Why You Should Learn Spanish

I always wanted to speak a second language, but I could never motivate myself to learn one, nor could I decide which language to learn. That was until I visited Cuba, and that's when I knew I wanted to learn Spanish. Since then I have visited several countries in South America and I have realised... Continue Reading →

Paris on a Budget

Paris is an incredibly expensive city and being one of Europe's fashion capitals and surely one of its most iconic cities; that was always going to be expected. I would not let that discourage any backpacker from visiting here though as Paris does have excellent amenities for anyone looking to see this city on a... Continue Reading →

28 Days on the RRS Ernest Shackleton

After living on the most isolated continent in the world for 67 days, it was time to leave Antarctica. Our ticket out? Oh just your casual ice breaking cargo ship that is designed to sail through sea ice and the roughest sea in the world and dock at the Falkland Islands. No big deal. Yet... Continue Reading →

5 Realistic Jobs That Allow you to Travel

It's clear to see that you're getting serious about your travelling when you are reading this article. The travel bug has bitten you. Thankfully there are jobs in the world that allow for like-minded people. A prime example of this is when I was working in London. I was getting the train home when I read... Continue Reading →

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