Are you wondering how you should store your travel soap on a journey? In this article we’ll look at how to safely store bars of soap or solid shampoo bars in a suitcase or backpack while travelling, without making a huge mess!
Tag archives: Travel Hacks
What should you do if you miss your connecting flight?
Unfortunately, not every trip goes exactly to plan, and you may miss a flight. It can be a very daunting experience, especially if you have a connecting flight you need to make. Fortunately, there are rules in place to help travellers in this situation.
5 Things to Know Before Flying with Norwegian Air Shuttle
Norwegian Air Shuttle is one of the few low-cost carriers embracing long haul routes, with the other main one being Wow Air. If you’ve been tempted by Norwegian’s low ticket prices compared to mainstream airlines and wondered why the price can be so much cheaper, then read on!
Packing Light Is The Ultimate Travel Hack
When it comes to travel hacks, there is one thing that we tend to forget – packing! It usually happens because we follow the traditional form of packing that our elders used to do and that was mostly about carrying the world with you.
A Guide to Selling Your Travel Photography
Most travellers enjoy the process of documenting their adventures. When you’re in a new city, you have the fresh perspective of the outsider. Your images are unique; they’re pure and candid. Each one deserves its place in the spotlight.
What is InterRailing and Why Should You do it?
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.
7 Mistakes To Avoid When Travelling Abroad
Like the famous saying goes ‘To Err is Human’, we all make mistakes. However, when it comes to travelling, we all can make mistakes, without even trying. Well, some mistakes can be quickly fixed and forgotten, but others can really prove time-consuming, disastrous, and expensive.