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 →
I first joined Couchsurfing in October 2016 and it has changed the way I travel since then. I joined the online community in preparation of a trip I was taking through North America, as I wanted to meet real locals that the hostel environment just cant deliver on. There are plenty of other reasons why you... Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →
If the London scene just isn't doing it for you, or you just want an adventure outside of the congested capital. Then have at look at these 5 day trips from London.
Cape Town is an incredibly diverse city, with some incredible natural sights coinciding beside a bustling city. During your stay in Cape Town, make sure to hit up some these day trips from the city, if not all of them. Here are my top 5 day trips.
When you are travelling you might get the urge to volunteer. When I was in Peru, a dreadful flooding occurred, causing many fatalities, destroying roads and bridges. This caused delays in aid getting to the people in most need. A friend of mine helped volunteer to dig debris and run offs for water to bypass... Continue Reading →