When you hold a full-time job with 12-hour days, sometimes the only way for some quality time is to travel in between jobs. A guest post by Scott Payne.
Do the languages you know affect where you choose to travel to? What are useful languages for travellers? Some reflection and my own experience.
Ever known anyone who’s willing to fly halfway across the world, just to spend 2 nights there and fly back, repeat cycle next month? Yeah, I didn’t either, till I met Luci.
Ladies on the go who have ever had to urgently find a tampon or stuffed your bag with pads – the menstrual cup may be just what you need for your travels.
You don’t have to be lonely while you’re on the road – some tips on how to make friends while travelling alone.
Traveller vs tourist – or why you should quit worrying about labels and just travel how you like.
There’s no such thing as not being able to make time to travel – it just needs to be enough of a priority for you to do so.
The quintessential touristy thing to do when you travel is to buy a few souvenirs and other knick-knacks to bring back home, whether for yourself or your friends. One tradition I have from my family was buying souvenirs for everyone back home when we went on a trip somewhere. It was quite the highlight when I was younger – I wasn’t that much into shopping for myself, so buying things for people was always quite a kick. These days, older, wiser and perhaps a little more jaded, I usually save the souvenirs for the family since I do more of …
Feel like you’ve forgotten how to work after an awesome holiday? Some thoughts and tips to readjust back into working life.
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