Daniela Baker is a social media advocate at CreditDonkey, where travelers can compare airline credit card deals to prepare for next summer. As someone who’s been bitten by the travel bug at an early age, she hopes this post will help other fellow travel enthusiasts and backpackers.
“I find it wholesome to be alone the greater . . . → Read More: Hiking: Solo vs. Groups
The allure of the Mediterranean keeps calling. Summer may be drawing to a close, but knowing that you can explore charming beach villages in Spain, Italy and Portugal, with views that truly take your breath away, make road tripping along Europe’s Mediterranean coast that much more fulfilling. Research the right car hire companies, familiarise yourself . . . → Read More: 3 Coastal Routes along the European Mediterranean
I’m back and blogging at a horribly early hour, because I wanted to tell you about a rather good book I was asked to review that launches TODAY and can be purchased at a 25% discount this week only!
The book (if the blog title wasn’t obvious enough!) is called “How to Take . . . → Read More: Review: How to Take a Career Break to Travel by Alexis Grant
There are all kinds of ways to travel around New Zealand. You can explore the different car rental options and drive yourself around (it’s a relatively small country, like the UK). There are companies that drive small numbers of travellers around. There are notice boards on and offline where travellers sell second, third, or even . . . → Read More: Magic Bus New Zealand
Recently I was sitting on my couch daydreaming about not sitting on my couch when my much better half bounded into the room with news. She had found some of the cheapest airline tickets I’ve seen in awhile and had bought some. Always up for an adventure I asked, “Great. Where are we going?” Her . . . → Read More: So long, I’m solo!
Hello my dearest friends!
Yes, it’s been a fabulously long time since you heard from me personally, but here I am, fresh faced and ready to dispense some sage advice to anyone who has ever considered, is considering, or might ever, possibly, probably, maybe consider working in Africa in the near future.
Who am I . . . → Read More: How to get a job working in Africa.
I was just sitting here and procrastinating on twitter and came across these fantastic videos. Right off the bat, I’ll just come out and say that my artistic talents are so horrible that I couldn’t even pretend to take credit for these videos if I wanted to. In any case, here is my . . . → Read More: Inspirational travel videos!
I know I’ve been gone for a while, but I’m still here…just much more subdued than usual! In any case, I got this great email from the folks at the Weather Channel about a new show coming out that seems like it’ll be a fun thing to watch for us travelers! Before we . . . → Read More: New show on the Weather Channel: The Edge with Peter Lik
Yep, it’s me! I’m back! No, this is not an on-screen apparition (you know, you really should stop drinking all of that coffee); it is truly me!
Yes, my friends, I’ve been gone from the blogosphere for some time now. I needed a little time to pull myself together, work on my book, . . . → Read More: Back in Black!!! Welcome to Tallahassee, Florida.
Bonjour tout le monde!
It’s been one hell of a ride. The last eleven months: oh. my. word.
Living in two African countries and then in Paris, France? The memories could fill a thousand books, which brings me to my exciting news/old news (for those of you who know me well). I have decided to . . . → Read More: Life’s a changin’; leaving Paris, thoughts on "sex lives with cannibals", and other such important things.