My friend Ritchie and I spent just over a week in Vietnam, starting in Ho Chi Minh City, working our way up the coast via Nha Trang, Hoi An and finally Hanoi, before taking a nightmare bus journey to Luang Prabang in Laos. You can...

I have seen all sorts of different modes of transportation across Southeast Asia, but I have never seen anything quite so pimped out and colourful as these trishaws in Malacca (also Melaka), Malaysia. I saw my first flashing trishaw when I stepped of a night...

After the Travel Bloggers unite conference in Porto this summer, I decided to catch a cheap flight to Toulouse, then take the train from there to Nice. I spent a week on the French Riviera, exploring the towns of Cannes, Antibes, Nice, Villefranche, Cap d'Ail, Eze Village and...

To get from Lagos in Portugal to Seville in Spain you need to take the bus. You can purchase tickets from the bus station which is opposite the marina, or online on the Rede Expressos website. You can't buy tickets on-board, so make sure you...

Since I'm British, I have traveled around the UK a lot over the years. I own a car, but since I started backpacking there was just no need to insure it anymore, so now when I arrive back in the UK for periods of...

To get from Piran in Slovenia to Venice in Italy you have to take the bus from Piran to Trieste which takes about an hour and costs around 8 euros. There is no train station in Piran; the closest train station is Koper. The...

I've travelled to Belgium back and fourth a couple of times in the last month and each time I've done it differently depending on which is the cheapest option. The main ways to get to Belgium are by flying, taking the Eurostar or taking the...

The best way to get to Lisbon from Lagos is by bus from the bus station which is opposite the marina. The bus cost me 18 euros 50 cents and took about 4 hours up to Lisbon Sete Rios station. From there if you want to get the Aeroshuttle to the airport it stops at a yellow bus stand directly outside the bus station and  costs 3 euros 50 cents. The Aeroshuttle goes every 30 minutes although, like most things in Portugal, it seemed to be delayed.