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How to Make Friends in Hostels

Ah, hostel life. It’s social, it’s friendly, it’s a great way to meet new people. But it’s not always easy being the new face. What if you’re travelling by yourself and you’re lacking the confidence to approach people? The good news is you already have something in common with everybody here. You’re all exploring a new place, and you all …

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Travel Blogger Interview: First Time Foreigner

Ana suffers from wanderlust and fails constantly to find the cure for it. Her international adventures stretch over several regions in Asia, Australasia, South and North America, Europe, Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent. Ana has published the e-book “My New Life Abroad” and has been assisted countless people to pursue their dreams overseas. She believes that all one needs …

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Trekking with the H’mong in Sapa, Vietnam

  “Chukka!”. We clinked our glasses of rice wine and swallowed the potent liquid, for the fourth time in the last 10 minutes. Or was it the fifth? I was losing count already. It was nearing 10pm and our guide Mao’s children were sleeping silently in their part of the almost open-plan house. They could surely hear every word of …

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Titan Fitness Thailand: Everything You Need to Know

  I recently decided to spend over a month getting in shape after a prolonged period of generally neglecting myself. I was travelling long-term and hitting up a lot of the stops on the Southeast Asia backpacking trail, which meant rich food, plenty of beer and lots of time sitting on buses. All this culminated in a version of me …

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Travel Blogger Interview: The Aussie Flashpacker

Simone and Dan are an Australian/British couple who met whilst travelling around South America. They are currently based in the UK and use every second they get to travel and explore. The Aussie Flashpacker is their personal travel blog where they share stories, adventures, travel tips and advice, and inspire others to travel and see the world. They are both …

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You Know You’ve Travelled to India When…

Travelling through India is an absolutely unforgettable experience. Some moments you’ll be high-as-a-kite as you discover an amazing new food or chat to the nicest person that ever graced the planet, then out of nowhere you’ll receive some kind of karmic punishment in the form of illness, utter confusion or yet another travel delay. Here are 24 things that everyone who …