Apr 19, 2016 Travel Tips
There are so many ways to get around Europe. We’ve driven through Italy, France and Spain. We’ve traversed the continent by train. What we haven’t done is a bus tour. Find out how to match the right bus tour to match your personality and interests with th…
Tips On Bus And Train Travel In The US For An Amazing Adventure By Sarah Dumphey
Mar 18, 2016 Guest Blogs
If you plan a trip to the US and have more time to spare, then the best way to see the country is to get a train or a bus. While these transportation means aren’t as popular among Americans, they are cheap and provide you with a great way to actually see …
Oct 11, 2015 Western Canada
There are several ways to reach Victoria from Vancouver, Canada. For many of us the cheapest option is the first choice. But we tried both the luxury and budget options. Which would you choose?
Aug 7, 2015 Northeast, USA
I travelled to New York to receive a photography award at one of the largest blogging events in the USA. I matched the event by staying at a winning hotel in a perfectly central location. Find out my experience and accommodation tips for your next trip to…
Apr 7, 2015 Travel Tips
In the last 3 years of nomadic travel we have travelled on over 50 flights across several different airlines through 50+ countries. Find out what items in our carry-on luggage caused problems with airport security. And we share the unlikely carry-on drama…
Mar 20, 2015 Travel Tips
So you are planning a trip and you want to know whether you should be loyal to that airline whose frequent flyer miles never seem to get you very far, or to try a budget airline. Here’s 9 vital tips to help you get the most of your next flight on a budget…
Mar 10, 2015 Bali, Indonesia
So you read our beginners guide to living in Ubud and you’ve decided to come for an extended stay? What will the cost of living be like for a month in Ubud? You might be surprised. We reveal everything with our February 2015 breakdown of all our living co…
Jan 17, 2015 United Kingdom
We picked up the London Pass and found that it included a walk on the new glass-floored overpass of Tower Bridge. And since we were in the neighbourhood we figured we should couple it with a visit to the Tower of London. Also find out more about the apart…
Jan 7, 2015 Sri Lanka
I fly a lot, but never for fun. So this idea of a scenic flight didn’t really compute at first. But once I saw this amphibious plane I knew I was in for a thrilling scenic flight.
Dec 30, 2014 Sri Lanka
Hanging out the door of a moving train was never on my bucket list, but I suddenly realised how preposterous that had been. Everyone needs to hang out of a train at some point in their life.
Dec 26, 2014 Finland
We’ve celebrated Christmas in Australia, the South Pacific, New York and Bethlehem. What could possibly top any of those? Well I heard about one place. A very, very magical place. And like a dog gnawing on a juicy bone, I became fixated on a dreamy Christ…
Nov 28, 2014 Travel Tips
At first glance a Eurail pass seems like a daunting contraption. Finding what you need to get, and deciding where you want to go on your European train journey, may feel like a complicated process. But once you figure it out the rest is easy. We have laid…
Nov 27, 2014 Travel Tips
There are so many choices to be made when considering a train trip across Europe. Which countries, cities, and train routes? What days or months to travel? It’s a challenge and a little overwhelming just thinking about it all, so I decided to write down o…
Nov 26, 2014 Greece
There is one lady in Crete determined to bring back the Cretan diet. And she is doing it from the very house she was born in. From the very oven her mother cooked in. And inspired by the very same love she remembers growing up with.
Oct 21, 2014 Croatia
We hadn’t done much research into Dubrovnik. We knew where we wanted to stay. We knew we had to do a Game of Thrones tour and other than that, we didn’t know much else. We completely forgot about 1 very, very important thing.
Oct 7, 2014 Germany
Stuttgart was a surprise to us. As soon as we stepped off the train and into our first cab we were struck by how family friendly Stuttgart was. Find out everything you need to know before visiting Stuttgart.
Fly Through These 7 Airports If You’re Traveling With Small Children By Annabelle Williams
Sep 25, 2014 Guest Blogs
While traveling with little ones may seem like a personal hell to the individual who’s never done it, when you’re well-prepared — and everyone’s well-rested — it can actually be fun, especially if you choose to fly through one of these kid-friendly airpor…
Sep 21, 2014 Switzerland
Lenzerheide is a small village in between Chur and Davos in the eastern side of Switzerland. It may not be one of the well-known cities like Geneva or Zurich, but it certainly delivered the perfect family-friendly holiday experience.
Sep 17, 2014 Luxembourg
With ancient castles, fortified walls and scenic forests, it’s easy to see why Luxembourg was on our bucket list. All you need to know about visiting Luxembourg.