Travelling.

Leaving Footprints of Generosity in Our Travels

Sarah Wauterlek Pierson | Posted 29.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Wauterlek Pierson

There is encouragement and gratitude born when looking back on a life shift to see the pieces that created the first steps. Sometimes it is one large event that forces a redirection and other times it is a subtle series of events that can often be overlooked when viewed on their own.

How to Go on Holiday on Your Own

Lisa Edwards | Posted 25.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Edwards

I've been doing it for five years now, and I'm addicted. On my own, I can holiday at my own pace and I can choose to be with other people, or not. I've found the freedom exhilarating.

Eleanor Hawkins and the Myth of the Backpacker

Chris Rooney | Posted 15.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Chris Rooney

Picking on backpackers is a little harsh, you might think. The bangle wearing youth is an easy target. Fresh from the Home Counties, and swaddled in tie-dye, these youngsters can hardly be blamed for being overawed by the experience.

4 Great Tips For Travelling With A Baby

The Huffington Post UK | Amy Packham | Posted 12.05.2015 | UK Parents

Trying to get your child to sleep at home is sometimes hard enough. Swap the cot for a plane and things start to get tricky. But if you're off ...

On My 364th Day of Travel, This Is What I've Learnt

Jemma Pietrus | Posted 28.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jemma Pietrus

Out of the five of us sipping on Bolivian beer, four had left jobs, the other one was on extended leave. We were all between the ages of mid-20s and mid-30s and many of us didn't really know what we wanted to be when we 'grew up.'

Hotel TerraVina Hampshire - A Foodie and Family Paradise

Pregnant City Girl | Posted 27.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Pregnant City Girl

The New Forest is a gorgeous part of the world less than two hours drive from London with it's fair share of things to do in and around the National Park; loads of wildlife, National Trust properties, Beaulieu Motor Museum, vineyards, picturesque villages and towns or just walking in the fresh air and admiring the wild ponies! It's also well placed for Bournemouth and its beaches too.

Top 10 Most Useful Travel Hacks

Frontier | Posted 23.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Frontier

Have you ever opened up your suitcase to find that your shoes and socks have left a not so great smell on your clothes; maybe you forgot an adapter and can't charge your phone? Or you wound up losing every single bobby pin and accessory you brought with you?

Seven Destinations That People Who Work in Travel Dream of Visiting

Tom McLoughlin | Posted 21.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Tom McLoughlin

Working in travel is one of the most exciting, rewarding occupations in the world; being passionate about exploring the globe is just part and parcel of being successful in the industry, so it pays to be well-travelled. But where are the ultimate, ultimate places that travel experts want to go?

'Gap Yar' Have We Forgotten What It Really Means to 'Travel'?

Rich Wigley | Posted 09.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Rich Wigley

The excitement has become less about the individual and their own journey and more about being confined by the rules. We feel like we need to live up to in answer to the inevitable burning question of "Where you going travelling then, mate?".

Top Tips To Help Beat Jet Lag

The Huffington Post UK | Natasha Hinde | Posted 30.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle

Nothing quite trumps the horrendous holiday aftermath that is jet lag. You feel cranky, confused and, given half the chance, you could probably sle...

Travelling or Leaving With Style?

Chloe Palmer | Posted 24.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Chloe Palmer

Choosing to travel is so wonderful so much of the time that it is easy for everyone (travellers included) to forget that it is like any choice in life: when you choose one option you have to forgo whatever the other option may be.

How To Make Friends With The Opposition

Jasmine Irving | Posted 17.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jasmine Irving

Whilst I can spend a lot of my life being serious and campaigning for what I believe in with unfaltering conviction, I can also spend a couple of weeks or months with the people who I guess technically I campaign against and actually make friends with them.

Five Films to Inspire Travelling

Frontier | Posted 11.05.2015 | UK Entertainment
Frontier

This list of films might just help to spark that passion for travelling you never knew existed, or even just give you some ideas for potential destinations. In either case, watching films for research can't be a bad thing

How to Leave Your Mundane Life for Travel

Kate Capelli | Posted 16.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Kate Capelli

The only thing that can stand in the way of your dream is fear, but no worries, it's natural. I'm sure Christopher Columbus did a nervous poo before he set off to explore the world.

Five Countries You Should Visit in 2015

Claire Michael | Posted 29.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Claire Michael

By visiting these places before they become popular you'll have the rare opportunity to enjoy them before they become overly commercial and lose some of their charm. Get your trips booked and see these beautiful countries while they're still at their best.

Dronies Are The New Selfies

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 13.02.2015 | UK Tech

The craze of taking a drone selfie or 'dronie' can go one of two ways, it'll either look showy or it'll look incredible. Alex Chacon falls into the...

Travellers Should Always Show Respect

Liz Jarvis | Posted 10.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Liz Jarvis

Travel doesn't just broaden the mind, it enriches it. If you're visiting sites of cultural significance, temples or churches, it's basic, surely, that you show appropriate reverence.

Working Holidays: The Best Places to Go

Frontier | Posted 06.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Frontier

Travelling isn't cheap and for some people, a gap year purely for leisure is out of the question. But it's not all lost. Many people travel and work at the same time and sometimes this is the better option.

Eight Ways to Cure Wanderlust Without Travelling

Frontier | Posted 31.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Frontier

Travelling has kept you happy for years, but what do you do when you suddenly realise it's time to stay home for a while? Here are a few tips that will help you cure your wanderlust without even having to leave your home.

Personally Recommended: A Hotel for Every Kind of Person in NYC

Elle-Rose Williams | Posted 31.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Elle-Rose Williams

Even during our 4th visit to the city in early January, my partner and I were still struggling to fit in everything we wanted to see. Because every time we get to NYC there are new things to do, old things to revisit and favourite places we just need to cram in.

Spending Money in the Wrong Places.... How to Live the High-Life for Less.

Elle-Rose Williams | Posted 31.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Elle-Rose Williams

By re-jigging your spending habits, you can spend the same amount of money (or less) and get so much more for it. Essentially having a luxury holiday for less cash. This is how I've been travelling for years - knowing exactly where I want to spend money, and exactly where we can opt for cheap (without it effecting too much).

Five Countries to Visit in 2015

Frontier | Posted 24.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Frontier

So you want to travel this coming year, but you still don't know where to go? Let us give you a few ideas and put you on the right track to find your dream destination! Here are five countries we think you'll want to visit in 2015.

Great Thinkers Who Surfed The Gap Year Wave

Frontier | Posted 17.03.2015 | UK Universities & Education
Frontier

Some people might only have bad things to say about gap years, but what they don't know is that many great thinkers kick-started their intellectual journey abroad. Sometimes there is just nothing better than to polish your Einstein brain far away from home and wander into the heart of unknown lands. Let's take a look at the great list...

Letting Go: Man Pimps Up His White Van And Goes Travelling Across Europe

Media Drum World | Posted 13.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle

Most of us dream of packing in our job and changing our lives, but most of us rarely do. One man who had the guts to do it waved goodbye to his ol...

The 'I Know How Much I Can Handle' Attitude Needs to Stop

Karl Young | Posted 21.02.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Karl Young

There may not be a sign of snow, but this Christmas is still set to be a special one for me. I am now a dad, and with fatherhood comes a new outlook on the festive season. Yes it's fun to wail to Wizzard with a whiskey in hand, but above all, I want it to be a magical time for my son. It's this new responsibility that makes me feel obliged to remind the nation about the dangers of a drink too many.