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.
Sometimes it makes sense to fly to an alternative airport and make your way to your final destination by ground transport. In the Canary Islands, if you’re going to Fuerteventura, you might want to fly into Lanzarote.
In this podcast we apologise profusely for not recording an episode for a few weeks and talk about what we’ve been up to during that time, as well as discussing recent reviews.
Transport is one of the biggest costs when travelling, especially if you’re going on a long-distance trip: how can you save money on transport? We show you in this travel podcast!
If you’re going to be flying a lot, or are just travelling in Europe for a short time or are going to few destinations, a Eurail pass isn’t going to do you much good. However, if you’re planning to travel for two weeks or more and you want to visit a lot of places, there’s a good chance they’ll save you money and time.
Why visit A Coruña, Spain? Why not! It’s a beautiful city far in the north-west, with long white beaches and lots of cultural and foodie opportunities. We talk about how we (accidentally) ended up here, and what it’s like.
Train travel is an excellent way to get around Spain — you can save time, stress and maybe even money compared to travelling by plane, bus or car.
Auckland is a sprawling city, stretching 100km from north to south, and travelling distances are vast if you’re trying to get anywhere at all.
Paris, France isn’t known for its value for money, but there are ways to get around The City of Light on a budget.
New York is an incredible city – we’ve just discovered that six days is in no way enough. We caught a lot of the highlights though, such as the Empire State Building, MOMA, the Met, and the Circle Line Cruise.