Feeling the Love for Bali
Feb10

Feeling the Love for Bali

Valentine’s Day may be just around the corner, but for some of us, the occasion is just another excuse to revel in the delights of solo travel. A destination of many personalities, faces, wonderful demeanours and complete and utter beauty, forget Valentines – Bali is the island you should be feeling the loving for, 365 days of the year. Here’s why. The Cuisine Balinese is undoubtedly one of lesser known varieties of Asian cuisine,...

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Why Tokyo is the Ultimate City to Travel Solo
Jan20

Why Tokyo is the Ultimate City to Travel Solo

Traveling solo is an incredibly liberating experience that allows you to explore the world at your own pace and in your own unique way. Not only does it alleviate any potential for clashes in travel plans between you and fellow travelers, but it’s an experience that allows you to step outside of your comfort zone as fight or flight kicks in. Whilst most of Southeast Asia is well-trodden by the soles of feet and solo travelers seem to...

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Bucketlist: Top Five Things To Do in Cancun
Sep07

Bucketlist: Top Five Things To Do in Cancun

Built with tourists in mind, Cancun is one destination that is tailored to the needs of holiday makers. Thanks to its combination of quality resorts, exciting nightlife, beautiful scenery, and tropical weather it is no wonder that the Mexican city ranks amongst the top tourist destinations in the world. With a near countless array of world-class resorts in the Zona Hotelera catering to every need and budget, you could easily enjoy a...

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4 Things Every Flight Attendant Wants You To Know
Jun20

4 Things Every Flight Attendant Wants You To Know

My good friend (& London neighbor!) Corey from Learning Patience is one of those people who can strike up a chat with anyone. Below is her post on how she used her magic gabbing powers to get some insider tips about the secret lives of flight attendants! PS, today is her birthday, so go wish her well!   I’m one of those crazy people that loves flying. I think it’s the thrill of heading into uncharted areas of the...

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Twenty Four Hours in Belfast Historical Modernism: Part III
Sep29

Twenty Four Hours in Belfast Historical Modernism: Part III

This is Megan’s final installment of her experiences traveling through Belfast, Northern Ireland. You can also read Part I and Part II! From the Peace Wall, we rounded a corner and walked through a heavy iron gate to the Irish republican side of the divide. Here, I found that the murals changed in tone and content almost immediately. While military men with guns are not entirely absent in these murals, peacemakers and global...

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