Entries in travel tips (14)

Thursday
Dec102015

How To... Overcome Homesickness

To overcome homesickness you first must understand where it comes from - the human need for connection, love, and security.

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Friday
Dec042015

A Traveller’s Christmas List

It’s December! Time to deck the halls, get into the Christmas spirit… and write your list for Father Christmas! When you travel though, and your life has to fit into a backpack most of the year, a lot of the usual present ideas are pointless.

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Monday
Nov162015

Into The Wild Meets: Jodi Ettenberg

Jodi Ettenberg is the founder and writer of Legal Nomads, a blog which explores her love for both travelling and food. After quitting her job as a lawyer, her adventures began, and they are yet to stop. We interviewed her to find out more about her journeys and experiences so far.

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Thursday
Sep172015

iPhones—Your favourite travelling companion

Travelling with valuables is generally advised against, but who can imagine life without the trusty iPhone these days? Besides, one of the best ways to prevent loss or theft of your smartphone is to clutch it in a tight grasp, like an extension of your hand. Here are some suggestions to optimise your iPhone for travel, soon making it more valuable than opposable thumbs!

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Thursday
Sep032015

Top 5 Travel Tips for Italy

One of the most culturally rich countries in Europe, Italy is a nation of historical legend and geological distinction. With the romantic Venice, the rolling hills of Tuscany, and the bustling tourist hotspot that is Rome, it’s no wonder this is a must-see corner of the world for many people. Here are a few tips so you know what to expect when planning your trip.

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Thursday
Aug272015

5 Tips To Eat Healthy On The Road

Road trip means road trip snacks, hostel food is pasta with tomato sauce and travelling means eating at a different (or worse, the same!) fast food chain every day? Not anymore!

 

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Tuesday
Jun102014

How to stay streetwise abroad

When going abroad, we mostly think about having a good time, with the sun, sand and sea nearby and that nothing bad could or will happen.

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Tuesday
Mar042014

The End of Travel Boredom

We have all had to travel somewhere before. Whether it was an hour long commute to work, a few hours drive to visit family in another part of the country or travelling abroad on holiday, we have all had to endure the (potential) boredom of the journey.

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Thursday
Nov282013

5 essentials for your backpack  

Packing your life into a backpack for a few months can be an extremely difficult process. Depending on what type of trip you’re venturing on will vary on the ‘equipment’ you take. What to take, what not to take are the questions we aim to answer.

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Tuesday
Mar262013

First time travel tips to settle the nerves

First time travel can be daunting, but if you make sure you carry out the right preparation, then it can be far less nerve racking.

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Monday
Feb252013

What to include when packing your backpack

When you are about to pack your bag for a trip volunteering abroad, it is essential to think honestly about what you will need rather than what you might need.

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Thursday
Feb212013

Anti-crisis budget travel tips

Despite the tough economic times in most of developed countries, travellers keep finding their way for financing one of their most valuable treasures: relaxing holidays.

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Tuesday
Jan152013

How to Write a Good Travel Blog

Everyone from time to time gets the urge to keep a diary but the idea often comes to nothing when the really exciting thing you did last week comes across as bland and uneventful when you try and convey it through words on a page. But don’t dismay, there are some tips to follow.

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Wednesday
Jun202012

Into The Wild Meets: It's on the Meter

It took 15 months of driving but the attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest ever taxi journey has finally been broken. Over 43,000 miles, 8,000 litres of diesel, 50 countries, four continents and 15 months later the dedicated driving enthusiasts have made a safe return to Blighty.

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