Nov 23, 2015 Reflections
How can another English-speaking country be so different? Like Santa, I’ve been keeping a list of naughty, nice and weird things that may freak out fellow Australians. Hopefully this cultural education can prevent other Aussies from looking like fools or …
Nov 14, 2015 Guest Blogs
Travelling with family is one of the most uniquely rewarding experiences in life. In turn, when things start going wrong, it can be enormously stressful if you don’t travel prepared.
Bags For Every Holiday By Sammy Clough
Nov 6, 2015 Guest Blogs
Every holiday is different and its pretty difficult to apply a ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to choosing the bag you’ll take away with you. A stylish messenger bag won’t cut it on a jaunt in the mountains, and a technical hydration pack isn’t…
Six Ways to Capture Your Family Travel Memories By Debbie Fletcher
Oct 25, 2015 Guest Blogs
Teresa Lim thought using a camera to capture memorable travel scenes was too easy. So, needle and thread in hand, she decided to use her considerable skills to embroider scenes, sitting for two hours to capture settings from Prague, London, Singapore, and…
Oct 23, 2015 Reflections
With 65+ countries under my belt I’ve often been asked what my favourite country is and we’ve long established we don’t have one. We have favourite experiences. But if somebody asked me where they should go on vacation, I’d assess their personality and th…
Oct 19, 2015 Travel Tips
Everyone wants to know how to save money on vacation, right? Or maybe it’s not money you are trying to save, you just want to get the best bargain. Here are 5 smart ways to get the most out of your next vacation
Oct 11, 2015 Guest Blogs
Western Germany or the Rhineland-Palatinate as it is better known, is as under rated as it is beautiful. Most of the visitors to this region originate from Holland, we see very few English or Americans here. It appears our Dutch friends have found a secre…
5 Qualifications For Full-Time Travellers By Josh Frontier
Sep 30, 2015 Guest Blogs
If you’re planning on spending a good chunk of your life seeing the world, you probably aren’t thinking too seriously about formal qualifications. However, by doing so, you are more likely to guarantee yourself regular work—and money—when abroad.
Keep Legal Issues In Mind When Travelling Abroad By Michael Walker
Sep 28, 2015 Guest Blogs
Travelling abroad can be an exhilarating, even life-changing experience, allowing you to sample different cultures and try new things. If travelling with children, it represents a great way for them to learn more about the world, perhaps even planting a s…
Sep 6, 2015 Living The Dream
Carole from California spends more time at home than on the road, but that doesn't mean she is any less of a travel addict then our other guests. In fact she is the Northern California travel expert here to tell us why she is Living The Dream.
Aug 22, 2015 Show Me The Money!
These guys are an adventurous couple doing the most amazing travel on less then the average minimum wage. They travelled on $15,000 for their first 13 month trip. Granted they decided to keep on travelling and now Goats On The Road Show Us The Money.
Aug 6, 2015 Travel Tips
The idea of flying for free fascinated me, so I tried out Canada’s most popular air mile loyalty program, Aeroplan, and have put together some essential tips if you’re getting started collecting miles.
Aug 1, 2015 Show Me The Money!
It’s not often we have a young guy willing to share his backpacking secrets, specially a broke one. Will is remarkable. He travelled India for a year on $3000 and lived like a king in Venezuela on less. Will, please, show me the money!
10 Travel Tips For A Healthier & Safer Family Holiday By Roger Pappal
Jul 6, 2015 Guest Blogs
We all enjoy taking a break from our working routine at home and travelling to beautiful new destinations. However, when traveling abroad, things can happen and they are not all that fun, so here are the top 10 travel tips you should know and apply in ord…
Jul 6, 2015 Show Me The Money!
We have met Hannah and Adam from Getting Stamped in several places around the world and can’t wait to do so again. This is a great in depth look at how moving to paradise can cost peanuts.
Jun 30, 2015 Reflections
There are several questions I get asked on a daily basis. So here, just for you, is a list of our top 10 questions and the answers.
Jun 3, 2015 Show Me The Money!
Kach and Jonathan met while travelling back in 2013. They have done everything from teaching certified English, running Yoga donation classes, volunteering in Peru and now make an income from their blog. Come hear their story as they Show Us The Money.
May 12, 2015 Reflections
What’s it really like travelling the world as a family? And in particular, what are the biggest challenges? Find out how we face and overcome those - and more importantly, how it turns out they don’t really matter anyway.
May 11, 2015 Travel Tips
In January my parents and siblings decided we’d all meet up in Bali. It had been almost a year since I had seen my Australian family and as a favourite Australian holiday spot, Bali seemed the ideal location. Commence operation Destination Family Reunion.…
May 4, 2015 Show Me The Money!
Did you know Hanne lived on US$70 for 3 months in India? Hanne loves to combine travel with volunteer work and in the end it pays off usually with free food, accommodation and that great feeling of being something more then just another tourist.