5 Adventurous Things To Do In Tenerife

There are many things to do in Tenerife other than just sun and Sangria, it’s actually a great place for the adventurer as well – for me this is the perfect match. I like the days relaxing on the beach with a drink just as much as going exploring, which is what makes Tenerife such […]

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Ten Things I Learned While Cycling Round the World

Alastair Humphreys contacted us a few weeks ago asking if we would like to feature him on our site. After checking out his personal blog, and seeing everything he had done with his life – we really couldn’t say no! This guy is a TRUE adventurer: traveling around the world on a bike …

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Do You Still Trust Government Travel Warnings?

Perhaps you’ve heard the story of Peter and the Wolf? It’s an old fairytale about Peter who always lies and lies – telling people that a wolf is coming – which never happens. So when the wolf finally does come, nobody believes him anymore. The outline of the story is that if you …

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The Costa Del Sol

3 Reasons Why You Should Visit Spain

We have both spent a lot of time traveling around Spain over the years, and really love the place. So when Dom approached us asking to share this guest post – we had to post it for you guys. The Costa del Sol Translated into English as “Coast of the Sun”, the Costa del Sol […]

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Travel Photo – Amazing Austrian Lakes (And Sofia…)

Travel Photo – Amazing Austrian Lakes (And Sofia…) – I really love this pic, it sums up the best memories of when we were in Austria in the spring time.

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Having A Hand To Hold While Traveling

Traveling as a couple has its ups and downs, and it really isn’t all a bed of roses. Something you have to be prepared for is having to cope with things you wouldn’t need to if you traveled alone. For example, when I get really hungry I’m not that fun to be around, and Nathan has […]

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Why I Travel Instead Of Study

I felt the pressure already a few months after graduating high school – you know that pressure, the pressure everyone gives you ‘to do something with your life’. It didn’t really bother me back then, I just wanted to travel and enjoy life like everyone else. Now, a few years later – 21 years old, […]

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Backpacking Food Cheap Healthy

Backpacking Food Cheap Healthy Recipes Options

Backpacking Food Cheap Healthy Options: Spending money on food while traveling in Europe, or backpacking, is probably one of the most difficult things to handle when it comes to budgeting. You always spend more than you had planned, and yet, it’s hard to cut down since you need it to live. However, just because you need to […]

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NEW: Our RTW Gear List – The 2011 Version

NEW: Our RTW Gear List – The 2011 Version – There comes a time when you need to take a look at your current travel gear, throw away the stuff you don’t need or use anymore, and swap it for something new and fresh. Now that we are on our way to travel around South East […]

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Bueno Entonces… Rosetta Stone Meets South Park? = NEW Spanish Course

REVIEW: We were recently sent a new spanish language course called: “Bueno Entonces…”, which was released by General Linguistics. With my lacking Spanish knowledge and Nathan’s zero knowledge, we were really keen to try this …

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