If you’ve ever dreamt about travelling the world, you’ve probably also thought about how to fund it. But while savings are always recommended, you don't need a fortune to travel the world
In some parts of the world, the pandemic situation is starting to look more positive with the vaccine rollout. For a lot of people, this means a chance to travel again in the future, with Portugal expected to be a popular choice.
Anyone that likes to read will know the power of a good book to transport you somewhere else. And there’s no better way to satisfy the wanderlust right now than with novels set in exotic locations.
If you had an overseas getaway planned for this year, chances are it has been put on hold as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But what about a road trip instead?
As the pandemic continues, it can be easy to start feeling restless. Let's take a look at how to safely travel during coronavirus times. And how to plan for the future.
With gorgeous cities, like Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia, it’s easy to see why Spain is such an exciting destination. It’s a country full of stunning architecture and rich history, making city breaks highly popular.
Global travel may have been on hold for the last few months, but it won’t be forever (hopefully). In the meantime, while we all wait for it to be safe to explore the world again, there are some things that you can do to satisfy the wanderlust.
There are so many things to do in the Netherlands – you could move there and still find new and exciting things to do all the time. To get you started, here are five ways to explore the Netherlands.
Marrakech is a magical city. It's a place to dream and be inspired. A place to write stories and take photographs. It's a city shaped by travellers and nomads, with the spirit of wanderlust flowing through its streets. Images taken by Hayley Maguire in Marrakech, Morocco, in May 2019.
We all like to think of ourselves as discerning travellers. More concerned about the local culture and customs of the exotic places we visit than what we're wearing. We like to give the impression that we are care free when casually strolling along winding Italian streets. Or riding a scooter in Bali. But let's face… Continue reading Travel Style