East London Street Art & Graffiti – Alternative London Attraction

“Writing graffiti is about the most honest way you can be an artist. It takes no money to do it, you don’t need an education to understand it and there’s no admission fee.” – Banksy It’s quite often that I am asked about alternative things to do in London. “I don’t want to do the…

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The Adventure Capital Of Ecuador – Things To Do In Banos

One of the fundamental aspects of going on a guided white water rafting trip is that you listen to instructions and carry them out. Do that and you’ll be fine… Easier said than done! Hanging on to what felt like dear life, it’s not always easy to listen when your instincts kick in. This I…

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Sponsored Video: The North Face – Longer Days Are Coming

If you’ve ever travelled with me you’ll know that I do love The North Face. They are everywhere! While I was in Patagonia last year, everyone was sporting gear from The North Face. Case in point, here’s me loving my North Face gloves up a mountain in Ushuaia, Argentina.

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What I Got Up To In New York City

There’s many memories from my time in New York but the one that stands out the most is the donut incident. But before I jump into that what else I did I do. This isn’t a list of what you *should* do. Just what I did and liked.

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What I Got Up To In Las Vegas

Ah Las Vegas. Sin City, the place where I in fact was pretty virtuous! I don’t drink or gamble but there was still plenty to do. Here’s a rundown of my experiences.

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Alicante – The Perfect Escape Destination

If you’re looking for a quick escape to sun, sea and wonderful surroundings, then the Spanish city of Alicante should fit the bill. The port city on the Costa Blanca is deep with history and of course very popular due to its beaches.

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Top 5 Countries where to Volunteer with Affordable Placement

For people who are planning to volunteer abroad, one of the major challenges is the expensive cost of placement fees. You could expect to spend around $500 for one week of volunteer placement in most countries. And that does not yet include your travel expenses in going to and from the country where you will…

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What is the best Gap Year Travel Backpack? – Top 10 for Backpacking

Selecting the best backpack to travel around the world can be one of the most important decisions you make. You might be living out of the backpack for a year on your, you guessed it, gap year. It’s vital that you get it right and get a rucksack or backpack that is not only a great…

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