Learning a language can be hard work but what about combining it with a job? Check out these job opportunities for adventurous types eager to learn and keen to travel.Read More
Budget travel accommodations can be a lucrative market. If you’ve ever stayed at a guesthouse or hostel and thought you could run it better, here are 50 tips on how to open your own budget place:Read More
The Western United States contains some of the most breathtaking geological features in the world. Plan a visit to these national parks below to experience some truly spectacular feats of nature.Read More
Body language is more important to travelers than many of us realize. The language your body is portraying to someone in another culture can mean the difference between them welcoming you with open arms and being extremely offended.Read More
Packing your suitcase could possibly be the worst part of traveling. The process can sometimes take hours, and then you still arrive to your destination with a bunch of clothes that don’t work for the climate you find yourself in.Read More
Murphy’s law dictates that flights only leave on time when you’re running late, and when the departure board flashes “delayed,” this seems to set off an avalanche of bad travel luck.Read More
Norovirus isn’t listed under in-room extras, but it’s a risk we face when we check into hotels with poor cleaning standards.Read More
Rivers are the lifeblood of many cities and make the perfect spot for sightseeing, picnicking, taking a stroll or even a cruise. However, it’s not just tourists that have been captivated by these magical sights.Read More
Your parents may disapprove of you gallivanting around the world with no direction or purpose, but here are eight ways that volunteering abroad will make your mom burst with pride.Read More
Trains played a huge role in the Industrial Revolution in the US and Europe and enjoyed a 100-year reign as the preferred mode of transportation for urbanites, the military and even the postal service.Read More
Rome is one of the most remarkable cities in the world. From the ancient Colosseum to the Vatican, Rome deserves the millions of visitors that flock to her decadently marbled streets each year.Read More
There’s good news for all you armchair travelers and travel addicts: your itch to explore the world could become more than just a hobby.Read More
Do you want to travel to Europe? Always meant to learn to play an instrument? Why not combine both?Read More
Last Summer my parents, my sister and I embarked on a trip we’d been talking about for years; a family roots trip to Romania.Read More
Though the idea of a safari in far away African lands may be exciting, the expense and logistics for families with children can be a major determent.Read More
Sometimes you just need to jot a trip detail down. Here are 10 travel journals to inspire you to swap your mouse for a pen and capture your trip in all its glory.
Blogging is a popular way to record a trip but what happens if you don’t want the world to read your deepest thoughts or when inspiration strikes on a 16-hour bus journey?Read More
From rabbit holes to magical trains, here’s a list of 10 children’s stories that will inspire your children to take intrepid journeys of their own.
Battles, adventure, fantastic lands and magical creatures await you and your children when you read any one of these classic tales. The heroes and heroines of these amazing stories travel by wardrobe, rabbit hole, flying bed, train, and tornado, and the places they go are even more impressive.Read More
From the first drawings of Leonardo da Vinci to the concept of modern-day space flights, air travel has come a long way.
Modern air travel’s safety and accessibility are greatly indebted to aviation’s long history of experiments, failures, accidents and deaths.Read More
Where in the world should you go to study math? It may not be too far from where you are living right now.
While some may groan at the thought of ever taking another math class in their life, others are enthralled with the prospect of working out that impossible equation or proof.Read More
Want to read something both profound and moving on your next trip? Here are eight novels that will get the tears rolling.
Certain books have an uncanny ability to take us around the world, even whilst sitting in the same armchair ingesting the entire volume.Read More