May 24, 2024

How I Discovered I Was Neurodivergent Whilst Solo Travelling

Being an undiagnosed neurodivergent solo traveller made me feel like I was exploring a different planet from my peers. We might follow the same map and end up at the same landmarks, but every traveller has a very different journey. Mine began at 27 when I booked a one-way flight to Tokyo. Like many others…

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Everything You Need To Know: Solo Travelling In The Galapagos

The Galapagos is a bucket list destination for most of us. Where better to be immersed in nature than the archipelago made famous by Darwin?! Understandably, it’s a pricey place and due to requiring a return flight, visitors have a finite amount of time there. As a result, I did a heck of a lot…

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Explore Like A Local: How To Enjoy Tel Aviv On A Budget

Israel’s self-proclaimed non-stop city is hedonistic, cosmopolitan, and modern, with a casual seaside vibe and plenty of “east meets west” charm. With sandy beaches, buzzing markets, world-class restaurants, and a nightlife scene that can easily rival London, New York, or Berlin, Tel Aviv manages to be both effortlessly cool and undeniably unique. It’s also notoriously…

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Travel Unravelled- your questions answered

In need of some practical travel advice before your first big trip? Have a travel dilemma you’re trying to unpack? Looking for inspiration for future adventures? Well, we’re here to help. Our resident “agony aunt” is ready to answer all your burning travel questions with our new series, Travel Unravelled. We’re kicking things off with…

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Bucket List Horseback Rides For Every Equestrian Traveller

Calling all cowpoke, wranglers, horse girls, and equestrians! Whatever you want to call yourself, let’s be honest – there are a lot of us around the world. Horses are one of the things that can connect cultures – whether it’s classic cowboy culture in the western USA to a saddled-up safari in Africa, horses unite…

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Should You Put The Killing Fields On Your Cambodia Itinerary? 

When you’re watching the sun rise spectacularly over the beautifully decaying temples of Angkor Wat or sipping cocktails on a dreamy Koh Rong beach, it’s hard to picture Cambodia as anything other than peaceful.  Nevertheless, behind the country’s calm façade hides a horrifying history – one that still very much exists within living memory. The…

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The ultimate ethical travel checklist

If you’re someone who loves travelling but worries that one day your bucket list destinations will have been destroyed by – you guessed it – travellers, then look no further. I often find myself conflicted about backpacking when looking at flight emissions, watching heartbreaking nature documentaries and listening to local tour guides discuss the amount…

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14 Things to Expect at a Party Hostel

Party hostels are becoming more and more popular around the world. Yet, despite being labelled as party hostels, they tend to be more than just drinking and dancing. That may set the tone but these hostels are normally very reputable and reliable – a well-oiled party machine! Still, if you like a beer and want…

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