April 26, 2017

Handy Tips to Avoid Overspending When Travelling

Travelling is the perfect time to relax and let your guard down. Getting away should be about new experiences and exciting adventures. Sadly, for many of us, travelling is also about keeping one eye on the purse strings to ensure that all those dinners out and beach bar entry fees don’t lead to significant overspending. […]

April 25, 2017

Things You Should Never Do With Your Car

Things You Should Never Do With Your Car

There are lots of crazy and terrible things people do to their brand new or not very new cars just killing them. We’ll talk not about freaks, but rather about quite common things many of us do in a blissful ignorance. Like driving on your all-season tyres on ice or forgetting to take off winter […]

November 16, 2016

How To Get Over Your Fear of Motorcycles

How To Get Over Your Fear of Motorcycles

If you haven’t already discovered the joys of road-tripping via motorcycle, you’re missing out. The feeling of the bike hugging the road, the wind in your face, and the camaraderie shared among fellow bikers is something you need to check off your bucket list. Plus it’s a much cheaper alternative for getting around than flying, […]

October 26, 2016

You must be crazy to travel, or not #QuestionMadness

Hot air balloon being deflated in Laos

Do you ever look at someone doing extreme sports and think, “that person must be crazy.” You know the types that I’m talking about — the people who scale imposing vertical cliff faces, the people who run marathons in the desert, the people who dive off mountaintops in those winged Batman-type getups. Yeah those people. […]

September 30, 2016

Travel Hack: Quick Recipes Done in Your Hotel Room #ExperienceTransat

By far, the biggest expense for any long-term traveller is accommodation. Second to that would be food. If you put the two together, well, let’s just say it ain’t pretty. I’m talking about room service. The taxes and surcharges and delivery charges alone on your order could feed a family of four in some nations. […]