The Ultimate Guide To House Sitting Abroad

This article was updated in August 2017 If you’re an adventurous sort you might be interested in taking up temporary residence in a foreign country. Have you considered house sitting abroad? The opportunity to live like a local in a small Nicaraguan community or in remote British Colombia might at first sound appealing but once […]

How to Maximise Your Business Travel Budget by using the Sharing Economy

If you’ve aspirations of taking your online business on the road and travelling the world, then make a note of the sharing economy businesses featured in this article. By booking services offered through these sites you could save $$$s compared to the standard alternatives. Catering to travellers who are bringing their preferences as consumers into […]

79 Gap Year Essentials for Backpackers Who Love Adventure

Updated July 2017 Travel. Whether by plane, train, or auto mobile, the act of exploring the world requires some preparation. Especially when it comes to choosing which of your worldly possessions you’ll carry with you on your journey. can’t live without on your gap year From hiking boots and waterproofs, to high heels and caftans, your […]

Honolulu Or Lahaina? Which Hawaiian City Offers The Most Aloha For Your Money? 

Synonymous with the image of a paradisaical escape, Hawaii is home to eight islands each offering a unique blend of Pacific cultures and awe-inspiring landscapes. Proudly maintaining the cultural identity that sets it apart from mainland U.S.A. the archipelago attracts travellers of all persuasions, however it’s those with an adventurous spirit to whom it beckons […]

7 Must See Cities in Cuba That Will Steal Your Heart

Updated July 2017 Must see cities in Cuba. Cuba is a beautiful country that every traveller should visit, perhaps even more than once. I am quite sure that it is one of those places that is best enjoyed the second time around, and in fact most people I know who have been to Cuba keep […]

Nevis’ Booby Island Regatta is the Caribbean’s Quirkiest Sailing Event

The island of Nevis isn’t one of the Caribbean’s most distinguished destinations, however it’s ramshackle beach bars, undeveloped coastline, and lush volcanic peaks are held in high regard by those who have found their way to its verdant shores. Sitting just two miles east of St Kitts where the newly established super yacht marina Christophe […]

5 Inspiring Cities To Visit During A Road Trip Through the Carolinas   

Sandwiched between Georgia and Virginia, the Carolina states boast a vast and varied geography.From flat coastal plains to moss-draped oak trees and verdant rolling hills, here the accents are thicker than elsewhere in the South and the residents of the numerous sleepy old towns hold their traditions close. Road trip through the Carolinas. Planning to visit […]

Old Spitalfields Market Offers A True Taste Of London

Nestled in the heart of East London between Liverpool Street Station and vibrant Brick Lane, sits Old Spitalfields Market. Occupying exactly the same space as it did when it was established some 400 years ago, the covered market is synonymous with London’s East End and has remained a prominent feature of the community drawing locals […]

Places to Visit in the Western Ghats During Monsoon Season

The monsoon season is perhaps one of the most exciting because it brings with it new life. The atmosphere hangs heavy, laden with raindrops, and the once parched landscapes erupt in a rainbow of verdant tones. Western Ghats During Monsoon Season. Monsoon in the Western Ghats is particularly beautiful. With vast mountain ranges stretching for over 1600km […]

Here’s How To Spend A Memorable 24 Hours In Milan, Italy

Art collections old and new, couture collections most fabulous, and enough antiquated architecture to satisfy even the most insatiable of culture vultures, Milan has it all. Memorable 24 hours in Milan. Here are a few itinerary suggestions to help you enjoy a memorable 24 hours in Milan. START YOUR DAY AT THE DUOMO DI MILANO […]

Where to Cycle on Nevis: A Two-Wheeled Tour

Although the Caribbean island of Nevis isn’t the most obvious holiday destination for cyclists, I recently chose to spend two weeks riding the single-lane ash fault roads that weave their way around its volcanic peak. Cycle on Nevis.  Nevis is place where there’s a different view around every corner and wild donkeys roam wild on […]