Heading overseas and after information on internet connections, visas and other security info. Check out our article here.

The other week we posted an article to give you some quick tips for travel photography. Today’s article gives you another tip in travel photography – observe before you shoot. James Maher from Digital Photography School posted an article about street photography and the importance of observing the area before you start shooting.

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Heading overseas and not sure why power plug you need? Cover-More have put together a list of popular country destinations and details on internet connections, power plugs and more.

Last week we looked at some awesome lenses and accessories for travel and smartphone photography. In the third blog of this four-part series, Andrew looks into some of the coolest mobile apps around.

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.

When you’re dreaming about your next family holiday, imagining where you’ll go or the activities you’ll do once you get there is part of the fun. Thinking about how to pay for it usually isn’t.But if you take just a little time to budget for travel, it’ll make it that much easier to turn your holiday daydreams into reality. Getting a few key costs down on paper (or in a spreadsheet) will show you what your travel options are—and they may be even greater than you realised!

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.

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