Last week we looked at some awesome accessories for travel vlogging. In the second blog of a four-part series, Andrew looks into some of the coolest smartphone lenses out there to improve smartphone photography.

In this new four-part series, Andrew looks into some of the coolest smartphone travel accessories out there to improve smart phone image and video quality while you’re on the go.

It takes a lot of practice and education to become certified in SCUBA diving, but once you do, you will have access to some of the most unique and diverse landscapes in the world. Australia is known around the world for its famous Great Barrier Reef and it is traditionally one of the most popular diving destinations in the world.

By Dan Moore

The last thing you want to do as you plan your European adventure is worry about rail passes. It isn’t an especially exciting part of the trip, but it does have the potential to save you a serious amount of money if its services match your trip. Information online argues between the merits and problems of Eurail passes and you can find plenty of opinions on both sides of the question “Is it worth it?” Here’s a list of tips, tricks and information about Eurail passes to hopefully help you find your answer.

By Dan Moore

If you're not a patient babysitter at home, you won't magically like kids more when you don't understand what they are saying. If you don't like being dirty, then construction sites probably aren't your thing. If you like a lot of noise and activity versus sitting quietly for a long time, then working with kids is probably better a better choice for you than counting wildlife. Think about what you like (or don't dislike) and choose something that will build on that.

Choosing the right backpack is an important and often confusing decision. It's a piece of luggage that you will likely have with you at all times, and it's what will hold all your necessities.  Like many things travel related, picking the right backpack requires balance between two extremes: Cheap vs. expensive, solid frame vs. fabric, big vs. small.

After a while apples and bananas begin to seem boring. If you are over the typical fruits there are a few international options to try. Check them out.

You have the flights booked, the hotel room reserved, and you are packed for travelling. But being prepared for your holiday starts before you depart on your travels. Cover-More's ultimate checklist will prepare you and your home before you leave town and will help ensure you return to your home just as you left it.

Dan Moore

Jet lag is the curse of international travellers, but it doesn't have to ruin the first few days of your holiday. By planning ahead and taking some extra measures, you can limit the amount of time it takes to get your sleep schedule back on track.

Dan Moore

There is something about watching the sun dip below the horizon as the skies turn all shades of red, orange, yellow, purple, blue and more. It’s mesmerizing, memorable, inspiring and as it is often said, no two sunsets are ever the same. Whether it’s the colours, clouds, scenery or who you are with, each sunset has something unique about it.

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