Remember, travelling is a privilege

Many times too many of us forget this simple point. Travelling sure is a privilege, and not everybody in the world is greeted with the wonderful opportunity to explore the vast beauty our world has to offer. Of course, many of us may tell others to save their money, but in today’s world where rent …

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Private tours vs group tours; which to pick?

A great topic of discussion that was given to me by a subscriber on my latest article 'How to see any country on a budget' stated how tours play a big part of visiting a country. Deciding to pick between selecting a group tour or private tour while travelling can be a considerable task to overtake, especially …

Make the most out of your vacation

Being a tourist can be hard work sometimes. Rushing from each attraction to the next in our limited amount of time, trying to see a whole city with centuries of history in 168 hours can be a daunting task. On many occasions, I have taken on way more than I can chew, and my holidays …

Top things to do in Turin, Italy

Turin, home of the best coffee that I have ever tasted and also their famous chocolate, is undoubtedly a great place to visit when in Italy. Luckily all the attractions are close to one another, so you most likely not get lost. However, if you are searching for a cash machine, you may need to …

Why you should visit Turin, Italy

Branded as the forgotten city, due to the fall of tourism it has received throughout the years, Turin boasts elegance, as well as culture and scenery. Your eyes will thank you when you visit Turin! Situated close to the French border, the charming small city of Turin is a Northern Italian treasure. Easily accessible by …

How to see any country on a budget

Travel can be as expensive or cheap as you want it to be. You do not have to spend thousands of pounds to see the world and have a great experience. Here are some tips I have accumulated throughout my cheap travelling days travelling around South America and Europe. 1) Reside in an apartment or …

Exploring Peru’s tastiest restaurants – #2 KO

Peru has a great amount of Japanese influence and history brought by the vast amount of Japanese migrants in the late 1800s. One of my favourite worldwide cuisines is Japanese; After all, I am 1/8th Japanese, so I simply had to go in and treat myself to one of my favourite cuisines. When I discovered …

Exploring Peru’s tastiest restaurants – #1 Mangos

Eating delicious traditional food can be really cheap here in Peru and it is good quality don’t be fooled by the prices or environment! Of course many tourists will lack this opportunity as they are in remote areas and the staff will most likely not understand English so you have to be pretty fluent in …