Miss Adventures by Amy Baker reviewed by #travelbookclub

Miss Adventures by Amy Baker reviewed by #travelbookclub

This month saw #travelbookclub delve into life in South America with Amy Baker’s book Miss Adventures: A Tale of Ignoring Advice While Backpacking Around South…

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If We Can Do It, So Can You with Nick Dare from Dare Does

This week’s If We Can Do It is with the aptly named Nick Dare, chartered surveyor turned adventurer. He shares my love of South America…

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It Could Only Happen To Me - Seasickness during a surf lesson in Peru

It Could Only Happen To Me – Seasickness during a surf lesson in Peru

One of the things I’ve always thought was quite unfair, considering how much I love travelling, is that I get incredibly bad motion sickness on…

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If We Can Do It, So Can You with Roy Duffield from Holiday-n-Adventure

If We Can Do It, So Can You with Roy Duffield from Holiday-n-Adventure

This week’s grown up gapper is Roy Duffield who, after handing in his last university assignment, jumped on a plane to America. He spent the…

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I smile because I am different

I smile because I am different

I got thinking about this post after reading something a fellow traveller had written on Facebook about being laughed at by locals. Although this is…

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Volunteering – To pay or not to pay?

Volunteering – To pay or not to pay?

Over the years I’ve done a number of voluntary placements in different countries around the world. Some have been organised in advance, such as working…

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Save so you can splurge

Save so you can splurge

As I mentioned in a previous post one of the big differences I noticed about travelling on my 30b430 trip, compared to the ‘traditional’ gap…

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