Keeping Kids Content on Cooped-Up Cab Rides

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There will always be those for whom the idea of travelling with kids really is about as wonderfully idyllic as it gets. Back on planet Earth however, the vast majority realise that what seems to be a simple logistical process often turns out to be the nightmare to end all nightmares. Kids and travelling can … Read more

The Ultimate Travel Guide to London

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Tarifa Travel Guide and Tips

When getting off the bus coming from Algeciras and felt the strong wind hitting my face, I did not imagine that I would end up falling in love with Tarifa. I’d had a long journey, I had not slept much, and with every step I took, the strong bursts threw me back a few meters. … Read more

Barcelona Travel Guide: How to visit Barcelona on a budget

BARCELONA TRAVEL GUIDE — HOW TO VISIT BARCELONA ON A BUDGET What to see, do, eat and where to stay while visiting Barcelona. Barcelona is more likely to find its way onto most people’s itineraries… and for good reason. It has a vibrant food scene, a plethora of unique historic architecture, great Mediterranean weather, beautiful … Read more

Switzerland Travel Guide

One of the most expensive countries in Europe, Switzerland is often skipped over by budget travelers. Visiting Switzerland is not cheaper. Before you even get out of the train station/airport, you’ll begin to wonder “how the heck did I spend so much money already?!” Even when I was backpacking Switzerland, I found myself constantly trying … Read more

48 hours in New York, an insider guide to the Big Apple

48 hours in New York Unmissable big city bustle in one of the world’s greatest urban landscapes American author E.B. White once quipped about this city of eight million inhabitants: “New York provides not only a continuing excitation but also a spectacle that is continuing.” And while he may have said this nearly a century … Read more

The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Bali, Indonesia

There’s something about Bali. If you’ve never been to Bali, then the first thing you’ll probably think of are its sandy beaches. As idyllic as many of them are, they tell just a part of Bali’s story. Within days of our first trip, we learned that there’s so much more to this popular island destination … Read more

15 THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN TOKYO

This an incredible, massive city home to over 10 million people. It’s the capital of Japan and home to a wide array of fun, historic, and quirky attractions. From the world’s largest tuna auction and the Imperial Palace to robot restaurants and vampire cafés, Tokyo really does have something for everyone. If you’re here for a … Read more

Don’t Get Caught Without Travel Insurance!

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The majority of us love to go on holiday and are excited to get caught up in the whirlwind of planning that well-deserved break. Will it be a relaxing beach holiday, or a cultural exploration of historic towns?. Shall we stay in a hotel or villa?. Maybe even camping!. Whatever it is you choose to … Read more

Dream Holidays in Marbella South Spain

Marbella, situated in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca, on the Costa del Sol, in the province of Malaga. A mediterranean resort and firm favourite with holidaymakers from all over the world. Since the 70s, Marbella has been renowned as a playground for rich and famous. Underneath all the swagger, there is so much more … Read more