Solo, Tourist Allergic and On A Budget in Florence, Italy

Florence, Italy is a city travelers either love or hate. There doesn’t seem to be a middle ground for opinions in the Renaissance city. The first time I visited Florence, I didn’t love it. The second time, I spent some more time with the city, getting to know the Renaissance open-air museum of a city…

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Sailing the Croatian Coast – Where to Visit on a Budget

Nestled along the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is quickly becoming one of the top ‘must see’ locations in Europe thanks to a number of different reasons that include a superb climate, some of the friendliest people in the world, amazingly scenic views of nature, a vast array of things to see and do as well as…

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The Ultimate Guide to the Amalfi Coast

A romantic, stunning and bucket list worthy destination, the Amalfi Coast is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for good reason. Coastal mountains, gastronomic delights, festivals, Instagram worthy sights, cliff top Amalfi Coast villas, lush forests, exhilarating hiking trails and the list goes on. What’s not to love? So here’s everything you need to…

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Basel Switzerland and the Fasnacht Carnival

I recently had the pleasure of visiting Basel during one of their most exciting times of the year. It had been some time since my last trip to Switzerland when I visited Interlaken for adventure sports but this trip was entirely different but no less spectacular. Based on the banks of the Rhine, Basel has…

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Sponsored Video: Introducing Norwegian Airline’s CashPoints

I think a lot of people, myself included, thought that the only way to collect points, or the equivalent, with an airline is to fly with them. The term frequent flyer can put people off from joining a loyalty program as they are under the assumption that the only way to gain enough points to…

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What to Expect on Your First Ski Holiday

Well, first and foremost: Snow. Lots of snow. But a ski holiday isn’t just about the snow of course, as most places in the northern hemisphere see enough of it every winter. It’s a chance to do something not just off the beaten path, but many miles skyward,away from your average holiday. If you’ve never…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Interrailing Europe – Backpack Europe by Rail

Backpacking Europe is a dream for many and one of the most spontaneous, affordable and unique ways in which to see the continent is to use its extensive train network. Thankfully there are country and global passes that exist which allow you unlimited travel within and between countries. For Europeans this is know as an…

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Snowboarding in Saint Gervais, France

When you think of snowboarding in France, Meribel, Chamonix or Courchevel might come to mind. Saint Gervais was pretty unknown to me before I went but I managed to sneak in a spring snowboarding trip before the snow disappeared. Naturally I jumped at the chance to try somewhere different and I was not disappointed by…

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