Travel Tips

    May 24, 2020• by Hungry_Wandering_Konks

    The 10 best Tashkent Metro Stations

    Visiting the metro stations in Tashkent was one of our favourite things to do in the capital of Uzbekistan. Well, that and a visit to the Plov centre drools. We started our exploration of the... read more

    May 24, 2020• by gorillawalkings1

    Africa’s Mountain Gorillas at Risk of the Coronavirus

    Coronavirus in Gorillas is a very big risk:Uganda has the world’s remaining mountain gorillas in the whole world along the other 4 countries in Africa to make about 1065 gorillas according to... read more

    May 24, 2020• by Kizzie

    Best Gatwick Holidays for 2021

    On a scale of one to “climbing the walls”, how are you coping with lockdown boredom? Everyone is doing their best to stay entertained while we #StayHomeStaySafe, but there's only so much banana... read more

    May 23, 2020• by Yinchuan_Travels

    The Great Wall of China- Ningxia style!

    When you think of the Great Wall of China, the image that pops into your head is more than likely the incredible section of stone monument near Beijing, that is usually bustling with tourists and... read more

    May 23, 2020• by wasatch

    Rome Hotel: Capo d'Africa

    Capo d'Africa is one of the best EU hotels we ever stayed at, so I'll start with Capo d'Africa's only fault-- in a city of overpriced hotels, this one is really over priced. Capo d'Africa is located... read more

    May 23, 2020• by Anaseastheday

    Triple Travel Guide: Seville

    Seville’s charms put a spell on me, and who would I be to keep this charming and seducing city unknown to my dear readers? After my recent travel blog about Seville, this is a more practical guide... read more

    May 22, 2020• by emwanders

    Why Nacpan Beach, Philippines, is Every Young Backpacker's Dream

    A pure white sand beach, an open bar and island hopping. Sound perfect? I stayed at the infamous Mad Monkey Hostel on Nacpan Beach in the Philippines, near El Nido, and had the most amazing... read more

    May 22, 2020• by gorillawalkings1

    Best Time to Travel to Uganda

    Uganda safari can perfectly be visited during all seasons and throughout the Year while the weather is perfect all year around. Please keep in mind though that July and August are peak season... read more

    May 22, 2020• by JenniferHardy

    Discover the History of Salou, Spain

    Generally known and visited for the long stretches of beach, varied cuisine and summer vibrancy, the holiday resort of Salou on the Costa Dorada has much more to offer. The town’s port was... read more

    May 21, 2020• by wherethesuitcaseis

    The $50 Challenge - Boston on a Budget

    One Day. Two People. Fifty Dollars. Is it possible? In a city like Boston, everything seems expensive. And I can’t blame you for thinking that. With most museum tickets costing between $20 and... read more

    May 21, 2020• by getoutandbout

    A Medieval City Packed Full of History and Culture

    York is a compact, walled, medieval city packed full of history and culture and exciting, unmissable experiences! Walk the old cobbled streets and just soak up the history of the city, once... read more

    May 21, 2020• by gbgoesplaces

    9 Food and Drinks You Have to Try in Vietnam

    Super strong and super sweet – Vietnamese coffee (ca phe) is famous around the world for a reason! Iced in the hot weather of southern Vietnam there really is nothing better. Vietnamese coffee... read more

    May 21, 2020• by rebecca54

    5 Amazing Tips for Travelling With a Partner

    Travelling across the globe with a significant other is on the bucket list for many people. While some people are living the dream, some try to do it at least, once a year. Travelling together not... read more

    May 20, 2020• by emwanders

    Top 5 Things to Do in Cairns, Australia

    Most travelers begin their Aussie journey in Sydney or Melbourne and work their way up the east coast from there, because those are the main cities to fly into on a long haul flight. Me however, I... read more

    May 20, 2020• by WanderRambleRoam

    A Traveler Amidst Coronavirus

    The world looks pretty different right now as countries continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Those of us who live to travel are all probably feeling a particular kind of grief, as the... read more