Pros and cons of being a TEFL Teacher

A TEFL teacher, teaching English as a foreign language, is a pretty fantastic job. You can teach in so many countries in the world, spreading your love of language to many, giving them opportunities all while you get paid to live abroad and explore new territory. It is a win-win situation for fellow travellers who [...]


Chasing countries

Hopping from one plane to the next, getting to the next place to rest. Only for a day, as I continue my adventures in a different environment. Surviving on little sleep, daydreams, and little to eat, I ponder outside to wander. Take to the city's streets, look around and stop to breathe. Soaking in every [...]

Travelling solo versus in a group

Previously I have talked about the differences that private tours and groups tours have to offer. In this article, I am going to be talking about your journey as a whole, whether in a group of privately. If you are used to one more than the other, hopefully, I can entice you to get out [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

What to do in Milan

The second time around I was measurably more prepared than the first time. I researched and planned out exactly what to do each day, leaving some space for a few last minute trips to see other things which I had not previously known about. If you want to fit a lot in within a few [...]

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 [...]

Peru; Great for your stomach!

Living in Peru for a whole year, from early September 2015, meant that I was eating, quite a lot and with my sweet tooth cravings that meant I was manifesting through the desserts menu like no tomorrow, enjoying some original Peruvian delicacies as well as some home comforts. When I first arrived in early September, [...]

Good excuses to travel more, not less

As one of my favourite authors, Robert Louis Stevenson once stated, "I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move." Once the travel bug bites, you become addicted to moving, learning, appreciating, understanding and the urge to keep getting out of your comfort zone. [...]