“In Tel Aviv you play, and in Jerusalem you pray” my nightlife guide in Tel Aviv told me over dinner. I see what is meant by that phrase, but I beg to differ. Tel Aviv is certainly the most liberal city, and Jerusalem is known as the ‘holy city’, but I found you can play [...]
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Sihanoukville is a small beach town on the coast of Cambodia and is becoming more and more popular with backpackers looking to party. With the availability of cheap accommodation and even cheaper alcohol, it seems a lot of travellers end up staying here a while. Some get jobs in one of the numerous bars on [...]
Now that the party is pretty much shut down in Vang Vieng after all those tubing accidents, more and more backpackers are turning to Luang Prabang for nightlife and party action in Laos. After our crazy 36 bus journey from Hanoi to Luang Prabang, I think everyone on the bus was thinking the same thing…”let’s [...]
So when I asked my friend Rob about where to party after the curfew in Luang Prabang (you have to be back at your guesthouse before midnight), he says “You go bowling and break your curfew”. Bowling? Like bowling bowling? For a night out? What is this bowling alley he speaks of? And how do we [...]
Ayia Napa can be accurately described as the party capital of Cyprus. Tourists come here to experience the cool, chilled out vibe in the tavernas, and party the night away in some of the hottest nightclubs in Europe. They are kept entertained at these top notch venues by talented local musicians and DJ’s from across [...]
I’ve been to Melbourne several times, and it’s a great city for a night out. Known as Australia’s cultural capital, Melbourne has fantastic nightlife, with plenty of bars, clubs and live music venues. The city is known for producing talented musicians and bands, and there’s definitely something for people with all music tastes here. The [...]
The Spanish island of Tenerife is 785 square miles of beaches, volcanic mountains (including, Teide the world’s third largest volcano). It hosts over 5 million tourists per year – that’s more than one tourist for every local. And it’s easy to see why the largest island of the Canaries is so popular – the locals [...]
South Africa’s second most populated city and Africa’s first European settlement, Cape Town is known for its great nightlife, multicultural heritage and famous landmarks such as breath-taking Table Mountain, incredible Cape Point and the romantic and historical harbour. Founded in the Seventeenth Century by Dutch traders, Cape Town has always been a global hub which [...]
Poland’s second largest city, Krakow is one of Eastern Europe’s historical and cultural gems. Wawel Hill is the site of earliest settlement in the region and now hosts the imposing castle of the Polish royal family, as well as a stunningly ornate Catholic Cathedral where generations of rulers are buried alongside Poland’s most prized national [...]
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I'm a British girl from Manchester and I have been traveling solo since 2008. After graduating from university I decided there was more to life than the hours between 9 and 5, so I packed my journalism degree into my suitcase to travel the world and work remotely. I hope to inspire you to be your own boss, live life and travel the world.