“Adios! Adios! Bye! Adios!” So ended two weeks with Henry, my four-year-old nephew, and his mum, my sister Anna. It had been a fortnight of arm kisses, making him fly like a plane, and (oddly) conversations about Jesus’s apostles. For a large part of their stay, we were at home in Alcalá de Henares, where […]
For our 300th episode of Indie Travel Podcast, we revisit our roots and discuss what indie travel means to us.
In many parts of the world, ride-sharing is one of the most popular ways to travel. It’s easy, convenient, and good value for money. Our first experience wasn’t perfect, but we’ll definitely do it again.
Being away from family is a struggle for many travellers, but we’ve been lucky enough to enjoy visits from many of our family members over the years. This month, Linda’s brother and his fiancée and Craig’s dad and stepmum came to see us.
We talk with Nora Dunn, author of Working on the Road, about life, travel, and her new book. Discover how you can work and travel.
Where have we been for the last year? We discuss why we took a year off the Indie Travel Podcast and our plans for 2015.
New Zealand is one of the best places in the world to celebrate New Year’s Eve — so we made sure to have a good time!
For better or worse, at some point you’ll almost certainly have to return home from your travels. And how do you deal with homecoming?
If you are heading off on your first trip, there are some things you can do to make sure you have the best experience possible.
Europe’s rail network is immense, and navigating it can sometimes be a bit of a mission. But with forward planning and perseverance, you can get some very good deals.