Canyoning in goa

Canyoning in Goa – A Thrill in Paradise

When you think of Goa, the first image that’s likely to come to mind is sandy beaches backed by swaying palm trees, bathed in sunshine. Whilst that’s definitely an accurate vision of the beauty of Goa, there’s far more to explore beyond those regenerating beaches. Around an hour and a half from the buzz of Palolem, in the thick of …

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The Ultimate Guide to Panaji, India

Walking through the streets of Goa’s capital city, you’d be excused for thinking you’d accidentally stepped into a teleportal and been transported straight to continental Europe. Panaji (also known as Panjim) is the largest city in Goa, and also it’s finest, with colonial Portuguese architecture at every corner. Houses and official government buildings alike are painted in bright hues of …

the perfect adventure

Travel Bloggers Explore: the Concept of The Perfect Adventure

“Adventure”. It’s an exciting word isn’t it? Defined as everything from ‘an exciting or very unusual experience’ to ‘a bold, usually risky undertaking; hazardous action of uncertain outcome’, the word means something a little different to everyone.  For me, it’s both of these things. I don’t think you need to be bungee jumping or sky diving to be considered adventurous. Trying …

adventure everyday

10 Ways to Bring Adventure to Your Everyday

There’s no doubt about it. Doing the same things day in and day out can be monotonous. Get up, go to gym, work, eat, work again, eat again, drink copious amounts of alcohol, dread the morning, go to bed. We’re all guilty of slipping into a routine and allowing our busy work schedules to consume us, and before you know it, …

packing like a travel blogger

10 Essentials to Help You Pack Like a Travel Blogging Boss

If you’re an established or aspiring travel blogger, you’ll know that having some of the right equipment will set you up for success. It’s not easy capturing all of those epic travel moments, but by thinking smart about what you take with you, you can be prepared for any eventuality. Aside from the obvious laptop and smartphone, which most bloggers will …

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Varkala: All you need to know

If you’re planning to travel through India and you’re perhaps a little unsure about where to start, may I suggest Varkala? Situated in the south of Kerala, India’s southernmost state, it’s the perfect launching spot as you can start here and work your way to the noisier, more chaotic north. Or, if you’re just looking for a VERY cheap holiday …

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Bag separation issues

We’ve arrived! Yesterday was the first day of the big adventure, and like anyone who’s leaving their entire life behind, I approached it with a mixture of excitement, nervousness and stone cold fear. Ignoring the fear emotion entirely, I took a deep breath, handed over my passport at the Air India check in desk and made my peace that there …

Goodbye London

Goodbye England!

They say that when you’re tired of London, you’re tired of life. Well, after 4 years I am sad to say I am tired of London. But as for life? Well, I’m just getting started. Today I embark on a truly massive new chapter. I have packed up my home, sold all of my belongings and left behind the best …

Definitely not dead.

Personal Post: An Update

This might sound a little naive, but since when did leaving your entire life behind get so complicated? Ever since I decided to take the leap and go travelling, it’s consumed my every waking moment (and some sleeping moments too), and I’ve had no time for anything except for packing, selling, shipping, catching up with friends and the occasional wink of sleep. …

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Eat, Sleep, Save, Repeat – 20 Ways to Save Money for Travel

Since I announced a month or so ago that I’m going travelling, I’ve been inundated with questions from friends and readers around how I’ve managed to save enough to go travelling a second time, so I thought I’d share a few of my tips with you on how I’ve managed to save £10,000 in less than 2 years for my …