Category Travelling

Shoestring Travel

The Ways and Woes of Shoestring Travelling

Keeping yourself on a tight budget means you can travel longer. Because of its limitations you take different opportunities, meet people you wouldn’t find otherwise, and generally see a world those travelling with lined-pockets can’t. It only goes to say that the shoestring way is the better one right? So says Andrew Fraieli, author of this week’s guest post.Read More
Travel to London

Top Things to do in the UK’s Capital

It’s no wonder that London is at the top of many traveller’s lists. But with such a vibrant and bustling city at your fingertips, it can be tricky to know where to begin! If you’re planning your first trip to London then read on, as here you’ll get the lowdown on some of the best attractions and places to visit while you’re in the UK’s capital. Read More

The Vaping Traveller

This can be an emotive topic so if you don’t smoke, don’t like smoking, and you do not need help with giving up smoking, this short post and infographic aren’t for you.Read More
Istanbul

3 of the Cheapest Countries to Visit in 2018

Phillip Garlick is Head of Commercial at the travel money provider H&T. He shares his top picks of the countries you can travel to affordably this year.Read More
Review of Prasongsook Hotel, Ubon Ratchathani

Hotel/Hostel Review: Prasongsook Hostel, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand

Prasongsook Hostel was chosen by huff as our place to stay in Ubon Ratchathani. It turned out to be the optimal stomping off distance from the bus station in the direction that promised the most light and life. Not too far that one of us would collapse from exhaustion under the weight of our baggage, but not too near that we couldn’t calm down and resume being civilised to each other.Read More
Hotel/Hostel Review: Green Garden Guesthouse, Tad Lo, Laos

Hotel/Hostel Review: Green Garden Guesthouse, Tad Lo, Laos

Our decision to stay here was largely based on price but Green Garden turned out to be a delight, and for much more than its low cost. Read More
Penguins at the Polar Ice Caps

Polar Ice Caps Melting! How to Plan Your Cool Trip

With the polar ice caps melting, you should hurry to the Arctic and the icy South. Key facts about the melting ice caps and travel locations included!Read More
Mr Noi Guesthouse Review

Hotel/Hostel Review: Mr Noi’s Bungalows, Don Det, Si Phan Don, Laos

When it comes to choosing where to stay in Don Det, what you are really deciding on is the quality of the view from your hammock.Read More
Thaluang Hotel Pakse Review

Hotel/Hostel Review: Thaluang Hotel, Pakse, Laos

We first found this place four years ago via Lonely Planet. The book mentioned a mynah bird but if it has been neglected as much as the hotel it is surely dead now. We didn't see evidence of it but then we did only stay overnight.Read More
Leena Guesthouse Savannakhet Review

Hotel/Hostel Review: Leena Guesthouse, Savannakhet, Laos

Down a lane, off a quiet road, but still close to the old town, Leena's is good value even without the dog in a dress. More than we paid here will only buy a dorm bed in guest houses nearer the river.Read More