The 1st of October is international coffee day, with events and promotions taking place around the world!
Are you planning on proposing and looking for a gorgeous place to do so? Let’s face it, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with a bunch of locations, and choosing the right spot may be a daunting task.
If you are one of those people who love to travel, then finding someone to travel with you is not always possible. You might be having friends or family members who are busy in their hectic professional life and moreover they don’t want to go to the same places over and over again.
If you’ve been looking into doing a tour of Europe, chances are you’ve come across the term “InterRailing”, but what exactly is it, and why should you do it? Here, we’ll look at some of the pros and cons of InterRailing, and why you should consider getting an InterRail ticket for your next long trip in Europe.
Munich: the spiritual home of beer. The beer culture here is huge; there’s even a beer festival that sells upwards of 7 million litres of beer across a couple of weeks. You’ve probably heard of it…
“You’re going alone?! How are you going to meet people?!”
That was the response I received from many people when I told them that at the age of 18 I was travelling around Europe for a month on my own.
That’s right, it’s actually possible to be a bad tourist, and in this post, we’ll look at some of the main offences.
Home of the Gallagher brothers, graphene and about a billion other things – yet how would you spend a day here?
Remember the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011? Well, now photographer Keow Wee Loong is back, and has explored a number of towns within the Fukushima exclusion zone.
Gap years are now acceptable for older people – in fact, doing so after your 25th birthday is probably one of the best times to go travelling.