Travelling with conditions such as coeliac disease or gluten sensitivity should not stop you from seeing the world and experiencing the fun that comes with travel. Organisation and planning is the key to a successful ‘gluten-free’ trip.
Are you planning a trip to Europe and wondering what’s the best way to get around? There are many options to country hop across the European continent that will suit any budget. Find out which ones will suit you!
Japan is an incredibly safe country in which to travel—theft levels are low and crime is rare. But there will always be the exception to the rule and many times scammers are responsible for tricking foreigners into giving up their cash or picking their pockets. You can avoid meeting the same fate by becoming familiar with some of the most common scams used in Japan.
The risk of bank card skimming overseas is very real. It can happen if you use an ATM with a card skimming device installed, paying for something on a dodgy website, or your bankcard details can even be skimmed inside your wallet.
Linda was fulfilling a long-held dream of trekking to Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal. This is her story about how she suffered severe altitude sickness and required a medevac in an air ambulance to a hospital in Kathmandu.
The European winter probably has you thinking of snow, grey skies and below zero temperatures. But in Europe’s south, there are plenty of cities you can visit during the wintertime where you’ll get blue skies, people are sitting outside enjoying the sun.
There’s no right or wrong way for snapping some great holiday moments. However if you are looking to up your game, check out these clever tips for how to take great photos as told by a professional photographer.
Have decided to go to New Zealand? Yes? Best decision ever. If this is your first time, planning a trip can be a little daunting. Follow my itinerary if you are travelling around the South Island for 2-3 weeks.