Inspiration for you to get up and go
Travel is good for your health. Here's how travelling the world has made me the healthiest I've ever been.
Travelling has quite literally become our life, and now we're ready for our next big adventure.
It's been 5 months since we touched back down in the UK from our year long trip around South America & Asia. Now we're heading off again on another one way ticket adventure! Read on to find out where our travels will take us next...
Do you want to be a high flyer or a frequent flyer? What if you didn't have to choose between career or travel?
TV travel programmes can provide great inspiration and really get you wanderlusting over your next adventure. Here are the 5 best travel documentaries that will make you off the chart excited and ready to take the plunge.
We've made a big decision. We're going to carry on travelling - here's why.
Dreaming of travelling but it seems out of reach? Something always seems to be getting in the way of booking that plane ticket? Apprehensive about stepping outside of what you know? We feel you. But here's how to prioritise long term travel...
Always putting off your travel dreams? Read this.
I suppose looking back his behaviour was a little odd but he looked like he was having so much fun. Then suddenly he pulled out a gun. Shit!
If it had happened a few minutes later we could easily have been involved, our journey abruptly ended, quite possibly our lives with it.
1. You hate it...
A drunken conversation in Summer 2014 and the decision was made, we were going to go travelling. That was the easy bit. The reason? We wanted to experience the most from life.
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We're no longer on a gap year, this is it, this is our lives. Find out why leaving on our second set of one way tickets for long term travel feels different this time.
Got something you're dying to know about us? We answer our 10 most frequently asked travel questions all in one go.
They call it location independence, digital nomadism or alternative lifestyle design. We call it freedom.
2016 has been an incredible year for us. From starting the blog to deciding we want to continue travelling it's been a year full of change.
Last year we celebrated Christmas in the sunshine, this year it's wet & cold. But that just makes it feel all the more Christmassy & traditional for us! We're loving being back in the UK for the holidays, being able to spend quality time with our friends and family.
No one can love everywhere they visit and that certainly rings true for us. Here are 5 surprising places that we didn't love.
In need of a time out? Want to learn more about yoga and meditation? Book a place at the best yoga retreat in Cambodia, Hariharalaya.
Not only do I miss tons of incredible scenery, it also makes me the worst travel partner. I dread changing location because I spend journeys sulking and whinging like a child.
I consider myself to be a reasonable person. However, if you fall into any of these sleep thief categories, be warned, you may be on borrowed time!
I remember vividly the first time that I had a panic attack. I was in the toilets at work around 7 years ago. I was 24.
Sometimes things happen that take you by surprise, make you want to be a better person and give you a bit of hope for the future.
Up until now things have just been ticking along the same at home, nothing much changing from day to day or week to week. This is big deal and something I'm not quite sure how I will cope with yet.
Please forgive me for this contemptible rant, but I've developed an almost debilitating pet hate in the time that I have been travelling.
Before we set off travelling, something that cropped up in many a conversation with friends and family was how people in the places we were visiting would react to my skin colour.
Following a few fracas' that have occurred since we've been on the road, I'm starting to wonder; is travelling making me angry?
This time last year I would have been trying to enjoy my last few days of the holidays before having to go back to work.
I’m not sure exactly what I expected Christmas to be like being away from home in a hot country but it has been everything that I hoped it would be.
So it's coming up to a month into our travels and it's really starting to sink in for me that we are not just on holiday.
The day we took her to her new home I was an absolute mess. I cried the whole two hour journey there and back, great big snotty can't catch your breath sobs.
Having never flown long haul myself and also having booked the cheapest flights we could with budget airline Air Europa, I was slightly apprehensive about what to expect...