My, who could that be with the shiny camera, the smartphone searching for a current location, and the wallet full of money in several currencies?
Even if you think you are a ‘traveller not a tourist’, chances are, you stick out like a sore thumb and your pockets, I’m afraid to say, are ripe for the picking.Read More
Wherever I am in the world, one of my favourite pastimes is browsing the local markets, whether it’s a flea market in London, a souk in Morocco, or a small stall in Bolivia. Markets give you a real flavour of local culture, there is always a buzz of energy and so much to stir your senses.Read More
“Take nothing but photos, leave nothing but footprints” -
The above quote is one of my favourites about travel and it sums up this month’s topic very neatly. We’re discussing Sustainable Travel – it’s a term which covers a wide range of meanings, from eco-travel, to shopping, transport to volunteering. We will cover them all over the coming weeks, but first, I think the time has come for me to tell you about what happened in Mexico.Read More
I know that this is not 100% travel-related, but for me a fair amount of my life goals are also travel goals! And if you forgive me this slight tangent, I hope that some of the things I have learnt about setting and achieving goals will help you on your path in life, whatever it might be.Read More
It would be fair to say, that so far, and with only three days left, the London 2012 Olympics has been a runaway success. The country has been gripped by an incredible shared spirit, Team GB are doing fantastically, and the Games Makers – well, they really have made the games.Read More