Getting Around Morocco

Getting Around Morocco

Getting around in Morocco is fairly easy, however it is important to know that the country is larger than it appears, and zipping around from place to place can be tiring at times. 5 Ways to Get Around in Morocco: Car: Whether you drive yourself or hire a driver, the best way to get around […]

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6 Jobs That Let You Work and Travel

Photo Credit More and more of us are realising that to count ourselves truly rich in life, we need more than just money. We need experiences and travel that feed our souls and a work life balance. So it’s little wonder there’s been a huge upswing in people seeking jobs that they can do from […]

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Crank Up the Comfort for Your Next Trip

Your vacation should be enjoyable. It’s a time when you want to relax and let go of any stress, even if your style of relaxing means getting active. You don’t want to have to deal with any problems, and you definitely don’t want to be in a bad mood. While everyone has different standards of […]

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Capture The Moment- Here’s How You Can Take Better Travel Photos!

When you are travelling and seeing beautiful places in the world, you of course want to have beautiful pictures to remember your trip. Not only are these great to share with family and friends to show them where you have been, but also to display in your home and to remember your travels for years […]

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Life as a Broke Backpacker

Life as a Broke Backpacker

In my early days as a solo traveller, there was a lot of buzz around the notion of being a “broke backpacker”- that is, travelling so extensively that you don’t have a dime to your name, but are nevertheless happy because you’re living like a vagabond on the beach in a land far, far away. For some, that would seem daunting and very unappealing, but for Wanderlusters like me, it’s alluring – or so I thought it was.

It wasn’t until 2012, after several years of solo travel, that I realized I still hadn’t experienced life of a broke backpacker – something that was almost like a rite of passage for young travellers. And so, like many others, I decided to aimlessly wander off to Southeast Asia and Australia.

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How to Sleep Cheap When Travelling

Image Source   Accommodation can be one of the biggest costs when travelling, especially if you’re backpacking or going on a road trip without booking hotels ahead. Fortunately, there are many tips and tricks that can keep you travelling on a shoestring. Here are just a few tips when finding somewhere to sleep.   Time […]

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Destinations with Altitude

Some of the most magical places to visit in the world are those that are perched atop mountains at high altitude. In fact, throughout history, high up on a mountain top is where many sacred and special things were meant to have happened through the ages. So it makes complete sense that there are many people living in these areas, as well as plenty of visitors to the areas. But where are some of the best mountains in the world to visit? Here are just a few of the most breathtaking vertical wonders and the cities and town that they have close by to them. Have you ever been to any of them?

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How to see Tuscany without a Car

How to see Tuscany without a Car

They say that the best way to see Tuscany is by renting your own car to cruise through the endless hills of the countryside. But if you’re like me and don’t feel like shifting gears to maneuver around narrow cliff-hugging roads, then there is an alternative that doesn’t include booking a group tour, and that is public transport.

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Travelling Slow: 10 Days in Italy

Travelling Slow: 10 Days in Italy

I spent quite a bit of time sifting through numerous 10-day Italy itineraries, and came across many suggestions to zip around the country like in Planes, Trains and Automobiles, but I knew that I wouldn’t be doing beautiful Italy any justice.  As a returning visitor to Italy, I knew that it was better to stick to my usual style and travel slow. I decided […]

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Easy Weekend Getaways in Ontario

I’m a bit of a sunchaser, so during our short-lived Canadian summers, I like to stay local and absorb every ounce of sunshine that I can. I prefer to visit the beach destinations during our world renowned frigid, and in my opinion unbearable, winters. Nevertheless, I still like to squeeze in a little getaway here […]

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