With constantly evolving security rules in airports and differing rules from one country to the next, it can be difficult to know what you can and can’t take on the plane with you. If you’re travelling for a long period of time or are working while you travel, then you’ll likely need to take a selection of electronics with you.
What’s the first thing you do after checking into a hotel and getting to your room? If you’re anything like me, then you probably connect to the WiFi ASAP. But wait a minute! How do you know that connection is safe?
Do we really need to give you a reason to visit Rome, other than…it’s Rome! This incredible, bustling, historic yet modern city is always a popular destination for tourists and nomads alike. But if you still need convincing to book a trip to the Italian capital this summer, then read on for 5 big ones.
Getting to know a new country and a new culture is always exciting. But one thing that can be challenging is the language barrier.
You can spend weeks planning a trip, but unforeseen circumstances like a flight delay can scupper these plans in an instant. We hope a lengthy delay won’t happen to us, but it’s always good to be prepared in case it does. Whether you’re reading this because you’re currently facing a delay or you want to know what to do just in case, then read on for tips on the next steps to take.
This June, we sit down with Kenneth Surat, a travel blogger from the Philippines. Kenneth has been to a lot of places but believes he still has a lot of pavements to walk on, food to sink his mouth into, mountains to conquer, beaches to surf, landmarks to take a selfie with and people to meet. At this point, Kenneth admits there is no turning back as he plans to keep on going until his feet are sore and his body can’t take it anymore.
Knowing what to pack when travelling is important, but have you also thought about what you need to pack your phone with to prepare for your trip? Travel apps can be key tools to help you stay organised and make the most of your travels, wherever you are. To help you with your next trip, here are 5 travel apps that we recommend.
You see so many amazing sights when you’re travelling that you want to capture it all. But it’s pretty inconvenient to travel around with a bulky camera in your backpack. Plus, walking around a new city with a camera strapped around your neck screams “tourist”. Luckily, smartphone cameras have come a really long way in the last few years.
Today, we sat down with Nat and Rob Cadore of Love and Road, a travel blog of a couple who are adventuring all over the world. They’ve been together for about nine years and have been through a lot of things: travels, parties, family problems, job problems, parties, more travels, dreams, realizations, more parties — so many things that made their partnership stronger and stronger. At the beginning of 2014, they decided to quit their jobs, sell their stuff, pack their bags and hit the road again!
If you want to capture the best selfie while travelling to Athens, Greece this summer, then look no further. This rocky outcrop has been at the heart of human civilisation as far back as the 4th millennium BC. The most iconic structure on the peak, the Parthenon, was completed in 438 BC as a symbol of the Athenian Empire’s power and victory over Persian invaders. Today it’s considered to be one of the most important surviving buildings of Classical Greece and one of the world’s greatest cultural monuments.