Things You Need to Know Before Visiting Oman.

Oman is fast becoming the Middle East’s new hot destination for independent travellers seeking to go out and explore for themselves. With a diverse natural environment and as one of the most…

The Best Places in the World to Teach English.

Each year, tens of thousands of individuals travel to other countries to teach English. They do this for a variety of reasons, including learning about a new culture, earning money to travel,…

Useful must-have travel apps for your next trip.

For the modern-day traveller, the innovation around technology and travel apps has led to an improvement in the all-round holiday experience. For some, a trip to Europe with a mobile camera is…

How To Make Your Trip More Meaningful?

The days of carefree spontaneous travel are long gone with quarantines and postponements, lockdowns and isolation, dread and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus dominating our plans. However, with a successful vaccination campaign around…

Livingstone, Zambia. Beyond the Falls.

With a mix of British architecture, museums, markets and traditional village life existing effortlessly alongside budget hostels and five-star hotels, Livingstone is at the heart of Zambian tourism. Founded in 1905 and…

Why It’s Time to Visit Baku, Azerbaijan.

With its incredible architecture, culture, and cuisine, Baku is a truly unique destination and yet often overlooked by tourists. In this guide, you’ll find out what Baku is known for, and why…

5 Islands in Europe Perfect For Social Distancing.

Europe is a continent that offers an all round holiday experience for tourists. I love the cities that are rich in history with buildings dating back 2000 years, and visiting them is…

Northern Italy Changed My Life.

A guest post by Desa Rome. ‘I wanted to do something big for my 35th birthday and travelling to beautiful places came to mind. After considering several destinations I settled on a…

Central Europe
Best Spots to Visit in Central Europe.

The Americas may hold some powerful and intriguing nations, and Asia is definitely incredibly diverse and interesting, but when it comes to beauty, Europe remains incomparable. If you’re planning that much-anticipated trip,…


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Talking Marrakech. Passport to the World.

I was invited by Cathy Retief-Niel onto her Passport to the World to talk about my recent trips to M…

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