Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Oruro, Bolivia

A photo of Oruro, Bolivia.Read More
Travel Blog Interviews

16 Travel & Expat Blogs That Want to Interview You

Roll up, roll up. Get on the interview merry-go-round. The interview plays a big part in every publication and online travel magazines and blogs are no exception. Interviewers get content and interviewees a way to promote themselves and their own blogs.Read More
Jobs Abroad and Working Overseas

Jackaroo Job in Queensland’s Outback

This job is available on a remote cattle station in North West Queensland where the work involves cattle mustering, fencing and general station work. Accommodation and meals will be provided.Read More
Twitter 10 Recommended Reading

The Twitter 10: August 2011

Our ten favourite travel articles that we tweeted about the previous month.Read More
#Travel Tuesday

#TravelTuesday: Ottsworld

A guide to Ottsworld for bloggers, advertisers and people interested in reading about travel.Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Rotorua, New Zealand

A photo of Rotorua, New Zealand.Read More
Jobs Abroad and Working Overseas

Fundraising and Administration Internship in Rwanda

The Aegis Trust, a genocide and mass atrocity prevention organisation, is looking for an intern to help with fundraising and publicity for the Kigali Genocide Memorial in Rwanda.Read More
Infinity Pool. Selimiye, Turkey

The (not quite) Cairo to (almost) Istanbul Trip Highlights (in Pictures) 3

Once we crossed over the Tigris in to Turkey we were on the final leg home. Though we knew it is a beautiful country Turkey surprised us. We have lived here for four years but, having only seen the Aegean coast, a few towns in the west of the country and Istanbul, we didn’t understand quite how varied the landscape can be. Read More
#FollowFriday

#FollowFriday: The Mongol Rally

Billed as a 10,000 mile adventure in a tiny car suitable for the weekly shop, the Mongol Rally is a slow drive from the UK or the Czech Republic to Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaatar. There is no route: participants make their way any which way they can.Read More
Shoeshine boys. Dohuk, Kurdistan, Iraq

The (not quite) Cairo to (almost) Istanbul Trip Highlights (in Pictures) 2

Laying slap bang in the way of getting to Turkey, we needed to cross Syria to get home but when we turned up at the border Syria said no and turned me away. We had to decide what to do next. The temptation was to turn around and head back to Egypt and take the once in a lifetime opportunity to have the Pyramids and the rest of Egypt’s historical assets to ourselves. Then we remembered the country we bumped when planning our route. We flew to Beirut.Read More