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Live Life Happy Everywhere

Maya Danielle Nissim | Posted 27.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Maya Danielle Nissim

Before you continue your day, take a moment to think about what is truly important to you. Take another moment to appreciate those things and let go of anything you cannot change. Find your own balance to happiness.

Why You Should Embrace The Travel Cliche And Start A Blog

Varsha Patel | Posted 12.04.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Varsha Patel

In this day and age, we forget that not everything has to be online. You don't even have to make it known to everyone and share it on the Internet - I just did because I'm an attention-whore. It can be a link that you keep to yourself.

Cooking In Merida, Mexico

Cassie Pearse | Posted 12.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Cassie Pearse

I had an entirely different kind of adventure last week when I was invited to join a cooking class, which, needless to say, I jumped at. Who doesn't love a cooking class, especially one that involves wandering around the market gorging on all the delicious local foods before we even consider cooking for ourselves?

The Safest Beaches To Go Topless On!

Fleur Rollet-Manus | Posted 10.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Fleur Rollet-Manus

That means it's time to start clearing the cobwebs from our summer dresses, digging out those black gladiator sandals and tinted (scratched) Ray Bans. Whilst the British weather in the summer might be as reliable as the Metropolitan line on a Monday morning, there is no denying that come May Bank holiday, we'll see a lot of British skin.

Why Cruising Isn't Just For An Older Generation...

Natasha Colyer | Posted 05.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Natasha Colyer

Cruising has been on my radar for a while - my partner's parents discovered the appeal a few years ago, my grandparents are regulars on the cruise lines and my own parents hopped on the band wagon in 2015.

Are We All Just Hostages To Fear?

Louise Jackson | Posted 30.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Louise Jackson

It's dark and late. I walk through the heavy rain, dragging my bags behind me on the isolated midnight streets of a Filipino city. A Filipino city w...

Travel: A Great Builder And Repairer Of Sibling Relationships

Emily Leary | Posted 14.03.2017 | UK Parents
Emily Leary

Of course travel doesn't need to be a huge holiday abroad - a trip to the local adventure playground, a couple of days in a B&B at the seaside, or a jaunt to an unfamiliar city can all be done on a budget, and can be just as rewarding and productive when it comes to sibling bonding

Best Travel Apps

Jim Roberts | Posted 10.03.2017 | UK Tech
Jim Roberts

If you're worried of breaking your phone then remember you are as likely to drop it after a few too many breezers at home as you are on a moped. If you're still worried get a case that is actually going to protect it.

Turkmenistan: Burning Craters And Empty Cities

Emma Rosen | Posted 27.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Emma Rosen

Standing at the edge of a crater the size of an American football field that is leaking flaming gas, my old nemesis of vertigo was making himself known. Or was it just the smell of the methane fumes? I was standing alone at the edge of the Darvaza Gas Crater, central Turkmenistan, which is also known as the 'Door to Hell' - a very fitting accolade.

Finding Fun For Kids In Merida, Mexico

Cassie Pearse | Posted 13.02.2017 | UK Parents
Cassie Pearse

Actually, come to think of it, maybe it isn't them who has an eternal quest for good playgrounds, but their dad and me, well, maybe just me. I am completely obsessed with trying to find the best play options for them.

Three Reasons To Add A Road Trip Through The Canadian Rocky Mountains To Your Bucket List (Just In Case It Wasn't There Already...

Lizzie Mulherin | Posted 01.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Lizzie Mulherin

The beauty of the rugged, crisp terrain is matched only by the warmth of Albertan locals. Whether you're into outdoor activities, wildlife, good food or luxing out, the region is sure to satisfy.

Iceland Isn't In Space But It's The Closest You'll Ever Come To Walking On The Moon

Susan Devaney | Posted 12.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Susan Devaney

Upon landing, I was met with acres and acres of sprawling desolate land. It was cragged, fractured - but solid in it's base. It looked to the naked eye like it had won a long, hard fought duel with nature's unpredictability.

10 New Year Resolutions For Travellers

Fleur Rollet-Manus | Posted 28.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Fleur Rollet-Manus

For those of you who have already mapped out your 2017 bucket list destinations here are some of my achievable New Year resolutions that we wanderlusters might, just might, be able to stick to.

23 Must-Do Things In Edinburgh

Olya Gerasimova | Posted 15.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Olya Gerasimova

Author's own Here comes my list of things you should do (and this is just my opinion of course) while you're in Edinburgh. In no particular order, bu...

Why You Shouldn't Cancel Your Trip To India

Emma Rosen | Posted 08.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Emma Rosen

ATM out of order. Currency exchange closed. Sorry, this bank has no cash. This is what I was met with at Cochin International Airport, in India's ...

How To Overcome Your Fear Of Travelling

Lena El-Sheikh | Posted 06.12.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Lena El-Sheikh

The first thing to know is that you are not alone. Fear or anxiety when travelling is very common - there are so many people in the world who are bubbling with wanderlust but too anxious to take the jump.

Landing And Leaving Expat Life In Dubai

Susan Devaney | Posted 29.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Susan Devaney

I'm standing on the cobbled streets of Rome, surrounded by politely pink pastel walls. It's my final stop. I had moved to Dubai shortly after my 2...

Why The Tribal Lands Of North East India Should Be On Your Bucket List

Anna Phipps | Posted 16.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Anna Phipps

The remote, unexplored, tribal region of North East India, tucked away in between Bangladesh, Tibet, Bhutan and Myanmar, consists of 7 sister states - Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura which all have different cultures, tribes, languages, food and scenery that are just heaven for intrepid explorers!

There's Nothing 'Glam' About Glamping

Nick Jones | Posted 07.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Nick Jones

Sleeping in a tent all squashed up, wearing jumpers, coats and socks, holding on to each other for dear life because it's so f'ing cold, whilst sharing a port-a-loo with showers with several other families, is not glamorous. I don't care if I sound like a pampered pooch.

Advice For Travel Bloggers, Direct From The Experts

Olivia Barnes-Brett | Posted 02.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Olivia Barnes-Brett

When you write a blog post, put yourself in your readers' shoes and try to answer any questions you think they may have about a particular place and event. If you provide genuinely helpful and informative content, your readers will appreciate it, and the search engines will reward you

The Tourism Industry Is Finally Recognising The Importance Of Accessible Travel, But What Does It Actually Mean?

Damiano La Rocca | Posted 01.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Damiano La Rocca

As someone who has built his career around providing accessible travel experiences I'm glad to see the industry recognising accessible travel and I have no doubt it will become a more prominent in the coming years. However, I have spotted a potential issue as these articles don't really explain what accessible travel or tourism really is.

What Exactly Does A Year Of Mourning Mean In Thailand?

Olivia Shortall | Posted 28.10.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Olivia Shortall

In simple words, a year of national mourning means that the government has suggested everyone should feel respectful and sad, and grieve for their King's passing. According to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), visitors should respect the feelings and sensitivities of the Thai people at this time.

Is This The Most Amazing Kids Club Ever?

Harmeet Kaur Sidhu | Posted 19.10.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Harmeet Kaur Sidhu

Stepping into Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach, Cancun was like stepping into a scene of an old romantic movie. Huge vases of flowers gave a still focus to the gentle flow of hotel life and the grand stained-glass ceiling gave the grand lobby a warm and magical glow

Finding Time in Finland: A Summer-Scape Into Serenity

Lizzie Mulherin | Posted 09.08.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Lizzie Mulherin

The sun was setting on the vibrant skyline of Helsinki when I arrived. Finland's buzzing capital is every bit the diverse and design-orientated hub its proud locals would have you believe.

Top Five Things to Do in Milan

Charlene Flash | Posted 31.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Charlene Flash

Compared to England, the cost of eating out is cheaper, although glasses of wine tends to be cheaper from soft drinks. Great if you love wine. Here are my top 5 things to do in Milan.