Follow my blog with Bloglovin Have you ever spent a considerable amount of time away from home and started to miss it like crazy? No matter how much we enjoy being away, most people seem to experience a level of homesickness at one point or another. Now I’m not just talking about a holiday here...... Continue Reading →
Travel can often involve driving in foreign places, sometimes even on the “other” side of the road to your home country. The freedom of driving around a new place is amazing… it gives you the ultimate flexibility to get around and see places not accessible by public transport. Just so you know, people drive on the... Continue Reading →
Do you have trouble starting conversations with strangers while on your travels, and more importantly, why should you? I have found there are many people who are afraid to start conversations with strangers but I can assure you this is one of the most incredible aspects of travelling and it’s also led to some of... Continue Reading →
It takes serious guts to make the decision to travel, despite the doubt and fears that can creep up on you. I’m not saying that getting the courage to travel is easy by any means BUT what I am saying is that it’s totally possible and 1,000,000% worth it! Remember you’re allowed to be worried,... Continue Reading →
Want to plan your next trip around something big? Something cool? I’ve created a list of some of the biggest events in the world coming up in 2018 that you might like to plan your next trip around.
Curious about what it’s like to stay in a hostel? Not sure what to expect? Hostelling 101 gives you all the information you need to know about staying in hostels. As a follow on from Hostelling 101 (Part 1), this article provides advice on: What to pack for a hostel stay How to have the... Continue Reading →
Curious about what it’s like to stay in a hostel? And what to expect? Hostelling 101 (Part 1) gives you valuable information about staying in hostels.
One of the most common questions I get from friends, family and people I meet along my travels is something to the effect of “How are you funding your travels?” After a while, I realised this is obviously something people are curious about and often people don’t feel like regular, long-term travel is something they are capable of doing.
Ok, so I do realise that travelling solo isn’t for everyone and I totally respect that. BUT… if you’re open to the idea, here’s my take on why everyone should give solo travel a go. Solo travel provides time for self-reflection and gaining a greater level of self—awareness away from your day-to-day life and other... Continue Reading →