This article is by Zoe Price The French capital of Paris is one of the world’s most unique and vibrant cities, and is just a short hop away from the UK. There are so many ways to get there that there’s almost always a way to make it cost efficient, from driving or a short flight, to … Continue reading Explore Everything Paris Has to Offer, for Less
India is a vast country with a rich history and culture, which makes it difficult to know where to start when you’re planning your trip. Where do you go first? What do you do? Today I've got a post from a guest writer for you all, who has rounded up five interesting Indian traditions you … Continue reading 5 Indian Traditions You Should Experience for Yourself
Travel apps are great. They turn a lot of the tricky parts of international travel into distant memories, things like attempting to translate menu items and finding your way around winding side alleys in big cities. But there are so. many. of. them. Pretty much every company or service you can think of, someone in … Continue reading Travel apps you shouldn't set off without
Voluntourism noun a form of tourism in which travellers participate in voluntary work, typically for a charity. "at the core of voluntourism is the desire to help others" Voluntourism is a bit of a dirty word. The act of partaking in voluntourism is founded in good feeling – I want to see the world, I … Continue reading How to do meaningful international volunteering on limited time
I'm not clickbait, YOU'RE clickbait. Seriously though, long-haul flights can really, really suck, and they only get worse if you're not prepared. It's not so bad when you're on the way to your next adventure, but the coming-home-comedown definitely isn't helped by jet lag, neck ache and a flat phone battery. Whether you're jetting off … Continue reading 6 Life-saving long-haul flight hacks
Across Europe there are stand-out destinations that go out of their way to be barrier-free. In this article by the talented Amy Young, we look at magnificent, accessible resorts and cities, right up to entire islands dedicated to being inclusive. No matter if you require wheelchair access or braille-ready attractions, inclusive tours, accessible beach facilities … Continue reading The best European destinations for accessible travel
Jeez, guys, tell us something we didn't already know. The National Trust have just published a study which shows that people experience greater feelings of happiness and contentment from places than they do from 'treasured objects' like wedding rings and other sentimental items. Reminiscing about a destination we've made happy memories in can make us calm, … Continue reading Places are better for your wellbeing than things.
I'm really honoured to say that Smarter Travel have featured me in one of their recent posts, a roundup of tips and advice on travelling with depression. You can read the full post here - https://www.smartertravel.com/2017/09/14/traveling-with-depression/ and see a post I wrote about staying sane on longer adventures right here - https://justcantsettle.com/2016/03/14/remaining-sort-of-vaguely-sane-sometimes/ 💚
Want to see the world, but want to save it too? Sustainable travel is tricky, but there are some things you can do to help.
Everyone loves a list, so here's one about my favourite places after four continents of travel.