One of the biggest lessons we’ve learned in ten years of travel is to pack light. Learn how to travel with carry-on size luggage.
Independent travel is awesome, but it isn’t for everyone. Check out the pros and cons of going it alone versus going with an organisation.
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.
Make 2013 a year of travel with these 11 tips on how to travel more and travel well.
Our first week in our new home of A Coruña has undoubtably been a success. We’ve found and moved into an apartment, made new friends and hosted a small party, and I’ve found a ridiculously low-paying job. And we’re even on the way to getting all the documentation we need!
Staying aware is the best thing you can do for yourself to keep your trips full of fun and thrilling experiences.
Our last full week in South America was awesome, we spent most of it in La Plata (just south of Buenos Aires, Argentina) with new friends.
A visit to the Iguaçu Falls is a must on many travellers’ itinerary of South America. And for good reason – they are incredible. You can view the falls from both Brazil and Argentina, and each side provides quite a different experience.
Getting robbed is never fun – avoid it by following some basic security practices.
Hot sun, blue skies, warm seas, great food and drink, wonderful people and oozing with history – a sailing holiday in the Ionian truly is an experience like no other.