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Without a doubt, travelling is one of the most enriching and invigorating things you can experience. More specifically, travelling alone can be one of the best decisions that you’ll ever make. You get to follow your own schedule, do only the things you want to do, and travel at a pace that makes you happy.
“I am going to see the world!” Well, good for you. The question is: How do you go about it? It’s not only about time; it’s also about money, planning, and having the right attitude. Not one traveller is similar, so let’s take a look at the different options open to would-be travellers keen on seeing everything.
Travelling has kept you happy for years, but what do you do when you suddenly realise it’s time to stay home for a while? Here are a few tips that will help you cure your wanderlust without even having to leave your home.
Camille Willemain is the founder and writer of This American Girl, her travel blog relating her adventures since she left her American life behind to travel the world. In February 2012, the desire to travel got into her, and apparently hasn’t left her since! We interviewed her to learn more about her life of “snorkelling, yoga, and dance parties”.
So you want to travel this coming year, but you still don’t know where to go? Let us give you a few ideas and put you on the right track to find your dream destination! Here are five countries we think you’ll want to visit in 2015. Whether you want a bustling metropolis or white sand beaches, we have it all!
As of 2014, there are more than 6,000 languages spoken around the world. However, half of these are estimated to become extinct by the end of the century, which would prove an irreplaceable loss for all of humanity. In the UK alone, Celtic languages including Cornish, Manx, Scottish Gaelic and Irish Gaelic may soon disappear, but why is it that we should preserve them?
You’ve finally made it, your savings account is booming with cash and wherever you turn the smell of freedom seems to follow. In other words: you are going travelling. The question is how you are going to document the great experiences ahead? How will you remember those great months of your life and tell the world about your ups and downs? Let’s take a look at some unusual ways of doing it.
Do you fancy going to places that most people overlook? This travel guide is for those wishing to experience some truly remote destinations, places other travellers often skip as they make their way around the world. A little hint: You might need a warm jacket for many of these adventurous destinations, but don’t let it put you down.
Films and fairy tales are not your only source to experiencing something out of the ordinary. Our own planet is home to wonders one might only expect to find in a science fiction film or stumble upon in fantasy novel. In Greece you can get your own dose of Atlantis by visiting an ancient city underwater!
Welcome back. And welcome to the next stage of your adventure. Last week we emerged amidst flames, took an ancient road to an ancient cave, marvelled at giant mounds of chocolate and took steps to continue our journey across Australia.