Unfortunately unless you are one of those lucky rich people (I know, most of them worked for what they’ve got etc) then saving is a massive part of travelling. It’s not cheap to wander from town to town, trying all the different food and beer and when you have no regular income the pennies can [...]
Posted on 04. May, 2013 by admin.
When Kirsty secured a teaching job in Bangkok we were faced with a task we had never experienced before, setting up a home together. Before travelling Kirsty had been working hard at University and I had been living with friends and working my way to the top (or not). I’m not sure if it was [...]
As anyone who has ever visited will know, there really is no such thing as Croatian cuisine. In fact, as with many European countries, the food found there is widely varied, with the influences of Hungary, Austria, Turkey and Italy all apparent. Generally speaking, the type of food on offer will vary from region to [...]
San Francisco is packed with attractions – especially if you’re a real culture vulture. I think it’s one of the most exciting cities to visit in the US, but just because it’s in California, don’t make the mistake of assuming it’s the sunniest spot around. While San Francisco’s reasonably mild climate-wise, it won’t necessarily provide [...]
Spain is a brilliant destination for summer holidays, thanks to its combination of gorgeous weather, glorious landscapes, beautiful coastline, rich culture and divine cuisine. Of course, Spain’s a pretty big place and personally, this has made it hard for me to pick exactly where to go on more than one occasion. It’d be easy to [...]
The Arab Republic of Egypt is a transcontinental country spanning the northeast corner of Africa and southwest corner of Asia via a land bridge formed by the Sinai Peninsula. One of the most populous countries in Africa and the Middle East, and the 15th most populated in the world, it has one of the longest [...]