Bali Belly – What it is and how to avoid it

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Bali belly or traveller's diarrhoea is a relatively common travel sickness, but the symptoms aren’t pleasant! Find out the best ways to avoid Bali belly and how to get rid of it with Cover-More's top tips.

Lisa Owens

To set your eyes on some seriously unique and breathtaking landscapes, then you need to make your way over to America’s Arches and Canyonlands national parks. Located in the south east of Utah near the town of Moab.

Laura Csortan

In Marrakech, Morocco there is a “Riad” around every corner - riad means garden, but it is applied to town houses built around a central garden and used to accommodate guests. 

Samuel Turner

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. 

Pia Marsh

Hitchhiking in Iceland has its perks. There is about a 50% chance you’ll be picked up by locals, in which case you’ll learn a lot about the land and perhaps even get some insider tips on where to travel. 

Laura Csortan

Santa Barbara was initially going to be an active outdoorsy weekend experience, sure, all that happened but it merely counteracted the amount of eating and drinking I did in this picturesque seaside town which as I discovered offers a very cool array of culinary delights and boutique tipples.  

Stephen Parry & Jess Valentine

Stephen and Jess from 'Flying The Nest' take us on their volunteer journey through Vietnam. They visit an orphanage, and help out with food preparation for Vietnam’s homeless.

Stephen Parry & Jess Valentine

Stephen and Jess from 'Flying The Nest' take us on their food journey through Saigon, Vietnam. Stephen cooks up some delicious Vietnamese street food.

Samuel Turner

There’s no way around it, it is not cheap to travel. Flights, accommodation and insurance - before you even set foot on foreign soil! My personal favourite expense – food.

Olivia Mackinnon

Obviously you can’t do it all, but if someone recommends something to you, especially in a place as busy and diverse as The Big Apple, you know it must have impressed the pants off them.

Jen Adams & Clint Bizzell

Jen & Clint from Places We Go share an amazing food experience visiting Bruny Island in Tasmania. 

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