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.
You’ve taken the plunge. You’ve saved your money, booked your tickets, organised your travels... and somewhat packed your bags. This is your first time backpacking and you’re not quite sure what you’re going to need.
There’s no way around it, it is not cheap to travel. Flights, accommodation and insurance - before you even set foot on foreign soil! And then once you arrive you have to pay for tours, more travel expenses and souvenirs. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel. My personal favourite expense – food.
It’s always recommended that you exercise a certain degree of caution when travelling to a new country for the first time. But then there are some laws that you’re probably not going to be prepared for at all! We’ve compiled just 10 of those laws and bans from across the world.
Lovers of travel are forever looking for a new excuse to pack their bags and head off to a new destination. Now travellers can pack their bags in search of exotic or rare Pokemon across the globe with Pokemon Go – the new augmented reality gaming app where you can catch Pokemon. Here are some of the great finds so far:
A babymoon is a fancy way of saying a holiday you take before giving birth. It’s usually taken somewhere between having morning sickness and when you get too big to want to move anywhere (or fly). It’s usually taken before a couples first child so they can enjoy the final moments of peace and quiet together before their world changes.
Planning an Adventure Holiday? - Like the feel of the wind at your back? Looking for a cheap easy way to get about? Renting a Moped, Scooter or Motorbike to take in the sights of overseas countries sounds like a lot of fun - and for many travellers it is - but for some this is the where the holiday can become a nightmare.
Decide when it is the right time to leave and how to do it in professional manner – Last thing you want to do is leave abruptly and burn your bridges. Decide what your budget is and your must-do's – Research and prioritise where you want to go and how much it will all cost.