Some of these you may already know. Some of these may be new. In any case, it’s always worth remembering each of these steps – especially so when you have a deep yearning to travel and it somehow just seems like its an unrealistic goal. These steps also apply to so many other things in life outside … Continue Reading

Following on from my post on “10 Reasons You Don’t Need To Quit Your Job To Travel The World!” I figured I should detail practical tips and tricks to help you hold your job and travel the world. A fundamental principle to a happy lifestyle is balance and so it’s important that you find the … Continue Reading

I’m a huge fan of travel and I’m pretty certain you are too. Before I go on however, I would like to point out that this post is in no way trying to have a dig at those amazing people who have quit their jobs to travel the world. To leave a job and travel … Continue Reading

Travelling is a unique, no matter how many of us go the similar places or have similar experiences, our time and experience of travelling is always different…. It’s a personal experience that we are able to shape, mould and continue to grow from. One of the biggest things that I think travelling has allowed me … Continue Reading

These are random thoughts that either crossed my mind (which I knew I had to share with you) plus one that really struck a chord with me. Hope in some little way, this adds a little something to your day… 1.) Don’t always accept what people say as being correct all the time, even when … Continue Reading

Today, while I was randomly perusing Pinterest (and simultaneous nursing my post-lunch food belly), I came across a couple of rather interesting photography cheat sheets that I haven’t seen around but which I find pretty much on the money. Usually I’m not a fan of sharing infographics or anything that looks remotely like one (I’m not … Continue Reading

My love for travelling started at an early age… and I remember the very first long-haul family vacation to Antigua! I particularly remember how much I loved the journey, the buckled seat belt that clicked in with ease… little pear flavoured sweets to suck, alleviating my “ear-popping” and views that took you away from the … Continue Reading

Train travel is perhaps one of the best ways to see the UK – especially if you don’t drive. Aww heck, even if you do drive, it’s still so much easier to get on a train, relax and watch the cities and countryside whiz past you than to have to go through the effort of … Continue Reading

And no, I don’t mean TV programmes. 🙂 I mean actually official schemes run by different countries to help people come to their countries to experience it in all it’s glory and fullness. 1.) United Kingdom: The Tier 5 Youth Mobility programme. Open to people from a limited set of countries between the age of … Continue Reading