More and more women are travelling on their own. The fear of the unknown is not a reason to stay at home. However, it is important for women to be aware of the dangers that can lurk.
Many female travellers are unfortunate enough to face sexual harassment while on their journeys. The type and severity can vary between locations, cultures, and religions. Thankfully, there are steps that can be taken to reduce the frequency at which it occurs:Read More
Hit the road and visit the settings of some of your fave movies. It's pretty hard to narrow the list down to just five. Take a look at what we picked and leave a comment telling us what we've missed!
Greece, Mamma Mia
The best part of Mamma Mia (besides the retro ABBA songs of course!) is a chance to lose yourself in the beautiful blue waters, narrow cobblestone streets and whitewashed houses of Greece.Read More
More than 60 million girls around the world don’t attend school. This is an alarming statistic, but it doesn't have to be this way.
One Girl focuses on empowering women and girls in Sierra Leone to create change in their communities. It believes that education and economic empowerment are the tools that will help women tackle the issues they face.
A recent fundraiser was held with the aim of raising enough money to send 150 girls back to school and build a classroom in an overcrowded high school.Read More
Louise Southerden is an award-winning adventure travel writer and photographer who has recently reurned from a Peregrine trip in Bhutan.
She has provided us with some of her favourite images from the 9-day Dragon Kingdom trip and a little story about the origin of each one.
Take a look and see if you can pick a favourite!
One of my best (and most costly) travel purchases was an iPad 2. However, I couldn't be happier with my decision. The flexibility of being able to have a computer-like device at my fingertips while travelling has been a real blessing.
Wireless internet is becoming increasingly common and is, in most cases, cheaper or free than renting a computer at an internet cafe. Furthermore, it gives you the flexibility of preparing your emails (or blog posts) prior to accessing internet. This leaves you more time to explore the city, rather than wasting time on the internet.Read More
We get a lot of different reactions when we tell people that we are ‘permanently nomadic’. Most are surprised that we have chosen to do this while we are young (a compliment to us) and especially with children. Many people wait until they are retired to travel and others think travelling with children is too much work. But I say, “Why wait?”
Travel is about experiencing. Travel adds richness to life. So below you’ll find reasons and inspiration to travel while you too are still ‘young’.Read More
Some things you only learn are essentials when you find yourself without them. Learn from my mistakes and don't forget to pack the following things!
On more adventure oriented trips, daily showers aren't always possible. Today's dry shampoos are nothing like their predecessors, they are easy to use and extremely effective.
These aren't available everywhere. Avoid unpleasant surprises and bring enough for the duration of your voyage.
This image pretty much sums up my latest trip to Vietnam...amazing food and pina colada’s. I mean coconut juice.
The dish pictured below is Bun (vermicelli noodle salad) and it's what I lived off for the entire time I was in Vietnam. It’s the perfect mix of meat, greenery, fried things and noodles all in the one bowl. There were many other amazing dishes of course this one was just the easiest to say.Read More