The final sixteen candidates for the best job in the world – a six month stint in the Great Barrier Reef – are about to fly to Hamilton Island for their final interviews. We talk to three of the remaining candidates.
Tokyo, Japan is a city of teeming millions, high speed rail and higher speed internet access. Years of history and modern development make Tokyo an exciting destination.
Free travel wallpaper for April 2009. This month’s wallpaper comes from the Nile River direct to you.
Batu Caves, Malaysia…and monkeys!
Craig talks with Global Bag Tags founder Chris Truelove about his innovative bag tagging system with an 80%+ success rate for recovering lost bags.
In this article, Dave Prine tells us why it’s his dream to be a travel writer.
The conventional image of hostels as backpacker haunts with only the most basic facilities has been transformed thanks to a new trend in high-quality budget accommodation. Check out these ten unique hostels.
Money is an important commodity on the road. You need to save before you go, and you don’t want to squander the cash you have. A great way to save and to conserve your money is to use the cash budgeting system.
It’s important to maintain personal hygiene whilst travelling, but some people go overboard when packing toiletries for travel – everything in the bathroom cupboard gets thrown in, regardless of how often it’s used. Linda explores how we can we reduce the amount of toiletries in our bags.
Look around picturesque Ventnor, eat crab in Steephill Cove, visit the botanical gardens or the 1,000 year old church at Bonchurch. Each week the Indie Travel Podcast’s Travel Talks takes you around the world with local tips and advice.