Q&A – Jamie Ramsay – Running from Canada to Argentina.


Travel

There may be many reasons why you would choose to give up 600 days of your life to run a gruelling 18,000 km, completely solo. Reasons really nobody will understand but you, a journey this big needs thinking about, it needs reassurance from others that it is actually possible and it needs dedication and determination. […]

February 21, 2015

Where to Stay – Lake District.


Travel

One thing is for sure, the Lake District isn’t short on places to stay. With campsites, bed and breakfasts, guest houses, hotels, hostels and so much more, there is something to accommodate everyone. Here I look at some of the best places to stay in the Lakes, suiting all needs. The Budget Stay YHA Hostel […]

February 10, 2015

Visit Wales – Exploring my Home


Destinations, Travel, UK

The diversity and beauty of Wales will capture your heart, from its beautiful beaches, rugged coastline, heart stopping mountains and rolling hills, the warmth and kindness of it’s communities, the abundance of cosy and rural inns and their fresh and tasty food, Wales gives you more than you could ask for. I was born in England but […]

January 31, 2015

USA the cheap way.


The Cheap Way, Travel

Although some things can be unavoidably expensive, it is still relativity easy to save on the amount you spend by following some of these tips. Don’t do a Joey and share your food! The USA is famous for it’s fast food and larger than large portions. If you are travelling with others, share a meal […]

November 26, 2014

Travel The USA by Train – For Under $200


Travel

Little Facts Travelling between: Chicago, Illinois & Emeryville, California. Total Miles: 2,438 miles travelling through 7 states. States Travelled: Illinois – Iowa – Nebraska – Colorado – Utah – Nevada – California. Journey Duration: approx 52 hours. Best time of year: Personal preference, though late summer/fall is a beautiful time to go. Why Travel the […]

October 27, 2014

Mosquito Bites – 5 ways to get rid of the itch!


Travel

If your a budget traveller, there is nothing worse than needing medical treatment of some kind and having to pay the ridiculous prices that some places charge. I was a little naïve and maybe a little drunk from the cheap wine I had been drinking but I decided I would be just fine cooking my […]

October 10, 2014

Pilgrim House Hostel – Memphis, Tennessee.


Travel

If you are planning on heading to Memphis  and need a cheap place to stay, look no further. The Pilgrim House Hostel is the perfect place to stay while you explore everything Memphis has to offer. Yes it is quirky, with a deposit system where you pay $10 and can only retrieve your money at […]

October 7, 2014

Q&A: Christoph Rehage – The Longest Way.


Travel

  Christoph Rehage set off from Beijing On November 9th, 2007, on his 26th Birthday with nothing but himself and the open road. The video he put together went viral with over 5 million views on YouTube alone. He has stopped walking for now but has kindly taken some time to answer some of my questions. […]

March 30, 2014

Q&A: Nate Damm – Walking Across America.


Travel

Who is Nate Damm? This is a short bio taken from his website;- ‘Short version of my story: Grew up in Maine, went to school, started a nice life, gave everything up to walk across America, and never went back to the real world. I’ve been on the road since February of 2011. Currently wandering […]

March 13, 2014

Visit Britain: Stratford-upon-Avon.


Travel

Are you visiting the UK and looking for a typical English town to visit? Then Stratford upon Avon is the place to go. The small town is located in Warwickshire, England and is best known for being the birthplace of  William Shakespeare. Here you are not short of places to see, eat and drink and […]

March 6, 2014