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    Busan: Top Attractions of South Korea’s Second City

    Located on the southeastern-most tip of the Korean peninsula, Busan is the second largest city in th...

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    Don’t Be a Victim – 10 Common Tourist Scams and How to Avoid Them

    Travelling to new places and experiencing new things is something that I would recommend to anyone, ...

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    Is Myanmar on Your Itinerary?

    Including Burma, or Myanmar as it’s now known, on your Southeast Asian travel itinerary is a great w...

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    How to Manage Your Finances Whilst you are Travelling the World

    Setting off on a long trip overseas or a round the world adventure can be one of the most exciting h...

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    Exploring The Streets of Old Havana: 10 Must-See Attractions in Cuba’s Capital

    Havana is one of those cities that seems lost in time – built from elegant but crumbling archi...

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Busan: Top Attractions of South Korea’s Second City

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Located on the southeastern-most tip of the Korean peninsula, Busan is the second largest city in the country and also home to Korea’s longest beach. Thanks to the beach at Haeundae, the city, and in particular its costal district, has become increasingly popular with foreign tourists who have joined the large number of locals who have been flocking here for ... Read More »

Don’t Be a Victim – 10 Common Tourist Scams and How to Avoid Them

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Travelling to new places and experiencing new things is something that I would recommend to anyone, but as with many things in life, there are also sometimes downsides to travel. The danger of the world outside your own backyard has mostly been over-hyped by media in the west. However whenever you travel to a country where the majority of residents ... Read More »

Is Myanmar on Your Itinerary?

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Including Burma, or Myanmar as it’s now known, on your Southeast Asian travel itinerary is a great way to see some of the sights that other travellers might’ve missed off on their world travels. As the country only relatively recently relaxed its borders, many backpackers deemed the place off bounds when visiting this part of the world. Those that did ... Read More »

How to Manage Your Finances Whilst you are Travelling the World

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Setting off on a long trip overseas or a round the world adventure can be one of the most exciting highlights of your life. For that reason, it can be easy to get caught up in the excitement and overlook some of the more tedious aspects of long term travel around the globe and to far flung destinations. While most ... Read More »

Exploring The Streets of Old Havana: 10 Must-See Attractions in Cuba’s Capital

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Havana is one of those cities that seems lost in time – built from elegant but crumbling architecture, with vintage cars on every street and well-dressed couples and gaggles of teenagers strutting their stuff on the Malecón. Havana is a truly beautiful city. A Unesco World Heritage site, its historic buildings, fascinating history and passionate people provide plenty to see ... Read More »

Ten Commandments to Booking a Family Holiday

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Whether you’re booking a last-minute trip away for summer or you’re planning ahead for next year, follow these ten commandments to make sure you have the holiday of a lifetime. 1. Thou shalt not visit the same place twice Although Spain and France are the two most popular holiday destinations for families in the UK, there is a whole world ... Read More »

Enjoy the Romance of a Nomadic Lifestyle with a Caravan Holiday

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Most travellers are enchanted by the idea of living a nomadic, gypsy lifestyle. The idea of selling up, quitting your job and other commitments and travelling wherever your mood takes you is undoubtedly a tempting one. While filling a backpack and jetting off to Southeast Asia is certainly an option, there are other ways of living the traveller lifestyle closer ... Read More »

Tips for a Successful Thai Visa Run to Laos

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If you are living the digital nomad dream in Thailand or just spending more than a month there, there is a good chance you will need to do a Thai visa run to a neighbouring country to extend your stay. A Thai visa is run is necessary for a few reasons: To activate an extension on your current visa Apply ... Read More »

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