It’s All a Matter of Perspective and Definition

Back in August 2015, U.S. Virginia based Stayer University made the news headlines for its proposal that the definition of success, specifically as the Merriam Webster’s dictionary defines it, should be changed. The Webster’s definition of success – that it is to achieve wealth, respect, or fame – is, according to interested parties at the…

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Punta del Diablo, Uruguay – Feels Like Home

Punta del Diablo was originally a small fishing village on the coast of Uruguay. Today it is a bustling summer resort town that has drawn the attention of tourists and developers. The town sits up the coast from Punta del Este. Cash and development have been fed into the area, spurring lots of development and…

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Into The Ice – Lindstrom’s Polar Legacy

Mount Salen rises above the Soroysundet sound, offering majestic views of the surrounding Norwegian islands and the Arctic Ocean. Climbing the mountain was not quite like being on the top of the world, but being in the northernmost town in the world has a pretty special feeling. Whilst on a Hurtigruten cruise, I took the…

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10 Best Places For Dog Sledding – Husky Sledding Safari

Huskies are such beautiful animals. Put them together, a sled and an Arctic landscape and you’ve got yourself a rather niche and epic adventure. I recently went dog sledding with Hurtigruten as part of an Arctic cruise and being such a dog lover it was one of the highlights for me. As much as the…

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Where Is the Best Place to See the Northern Lights? Top 10

Ask anyone about their bucket list and 9/10 seeing the northern lights will be on there. Thankfully there are many places across the world that you can see the world’s greatest light show. We give you our top ten places to see the northern lights… Northern Lights Norway There’s no better place to see the…

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North Cape – Visiting the End of the World at Nordkapp Norway

Rising out of the turbulent waters where the Atlantic meets the Arctic Ocean, the North Cape quite literally took my breath away. The stark beauty of the cliff, combined with the frigid temperatures, caught in my throat as I stepped off of the bus. Here I was, about as far north as you can go…

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A Heart to Heart about Travel Blogging: Or Getting it Working for You

I have given you advice on dropping your life and taking a gap year, even let you know the lessons I learnt from my first gap year, but now it’s time to share a couple of lessons I have learnt while monetizing my travel blog. Here they are: To Get in the Game You Need…

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FlightHub’s Guide To Macgyver-Ing Your Next Backpacking Trip

Everyone wants to feel like the supreme handy man. Maybe you have no aspirations of building homes or becoming an engineer, but you want to know that if a pressing situation arises, you can improvise and come up with a solution quickly. More or less, you want to be MacGyver. The popular action star graced…

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