For me, traveling alone has become second nature. But when I first left the UK to travel alone, I had this tiny worry in the back of my head that people would think I was a bit weird. Perhaps they would think I have no...

Last week I attended World Travel Market at ExCel in London for a week of networking, seminars and social events. WTM is attended by members of the travel and tourism industry from countries all over the world, so it's a great opportunity to pitch to tourism...

Several years ago I went to the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean on a cheap all-inclusive package deal. It was winter in the UK, I was fed up of the cold, and it seemed like a much more exciting way to spend Christmas Day. It...

Australia has plenty of opportunities to get your adrenaline pumping and your heart racing. With deadly creatures, raging rivers, mountains and incredible coastline, you’ll be sure to find something to satisfy the thrill-seeker inside of you. If you want to be scared out of your...

    Denmark's capital, Copenhagen, is considered to be one of the most environmentally friendly cities in the world, and it's not hard to see why. Bikes are everywhere and they rule the roads, so join in the fun and explore Copenhagen on two wheels. Safe,...

  When I travel I don't always end up going to the places I intended to go to. Sometimes I recycle a lot of destinations I've already been to. I've been to Portugal more times than I can count, I've backpacked Australia 3 times and I've...

Whilst 24 hours isn't enough time to get fully acquainted with a city, that's all I the time I had on my recent trip to Germany's capital city. I arrived in the morning at Circus Hostel and only had one day in Berlin to explore the...

When I was staying at the Oasis hostel in Granada, there was a street art tour that takes you to see some of the cool graffiti around Granada. The tour leaves from the hostel at 15:00pm every day and it's completely free- although everybody tipped the...