Road trip: The Las Vegas Loop itinerary

Seven stops, six fantastic destinations, three states; this is the profile of the incredible Las Vegas Loop, a road trip that’s not for the faint-hearted. Your tour guide of the loop will be the impressive red rocks – a staple of the American West – as you make your way through the open deserts of Arizona and Utah. Starting, and ending, with the bright lights of the strip you’ll soon find yourself in the desert and on your way to...

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Indonesia destinations for location independent living

Indonesia is an island nation of around 17,000 islands, popular with tourists and a bulging populating of some 250 million! Its a well connected, well located and humid place to live and its also a great destination if you’re looking for somewhere to call home for a while. Its also home to the famous Blue Tang fish from the Pixar movie Finding Dory which is a must see while you’re there! Many location independent digital...

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Tranquil and Bucolic: Belarus, a Landlocked Wonderland

While the world goes frenzy behind the clichéd, regular tourist spots, the best is oft reserved exclusively for the lucky ones. Such is the case with Belarus. Former Soviet and a closed country, Belarus has a sparse density of tourists. This, however, means far from the fact that the country has not got anything special to offer. A small landlocked country, Belarus is a hidden, undiscovered treasure mine waiting for wanderers to...

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5 most important things to think about for a road trip

We’ve been on plenty of road trips over the years and proved time again that they are one of the best ways to see a country, meet local people and like minded road trip travellers too. We’ve gained plenty of experience along the way as well but we’re often surprised by the simple mistakes people make when they set off on a road trip. It seems so easy to just jump in your car, turn the key and the road trip has begun!...

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Scenic Walks in and around Barcelona

With a sunny Mediterranean climate, Barcelona’s an ideal location for the outdoor lifestyle. City beaches, lush parks, and terraces provide ample opportunity to soak in the atmosphere and work on your tan, while famous pedestrian promenades such as La Rambla allow you to take a leisurely stroll and people-watch. With a well-connected public transport system, it’s also easy to get outside of town and explore the hillside and coastal...

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Taking your first steps as a digital nomad

One of the greatest things about the digital revolution is the way that it has helped many of us escape the treadmill of the Monday to Friday office job. With a careful bit of planning, we can now enjoy a lifestyle that balances work, travel and leisure in a way that can prove to be truly liberating. However, despite all of the advances, there still remains a few key issues to overcome. So if you’re looking to escape the daily grind...

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Study Abroad Essentials: Don’t Forget to Pack These 7 Items

Studying abroad is one of the most amazing things any student can take part in during their high school or college careers, and the education and experiences that come along with this endeavor are irreplaceable. If you’ll soon be heading out on an adventure, make sure you remember to bring along these commonly missed items to make sure you have the trip of a lifetime. Copies of Your Documents You’ll probably be carrying around some...

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7 Awesome Ideas for a Guys Weekend in Seattle

You’ve got your buddies. You’ve got Seattle. What could be better? When you’ve got these ideas on your itinerary, you’re going to have one memorable weekend. #1. The Sounders Pre-Game March Before every home game, the March to the Match begins 90 minutes prior to kickoff. Park yourself in one of the pubs or bars even earlier if you wish. There is singing, prize giveaways, and a march to CenturyLink Field with...

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Infographic: Cocktails of the world

If I were to label myself as a type of traveller then it would probably be “culture vulture”. I’m always hunting out the parts of a destination that offer the greatest insights in to the art, traditions and history of a country. The elements that say something about the people that live there and the way in which their culture has evolved. I recently came across a very interesting infographic produced by the travel...

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Tips to Avoid Missing Your Next Flight

Even if you pack in advance, avoid oversleeping and have no luggage to check in, there is always a looming possibility that a series of unfortunate events will cause you to miss your flight. It’s a stressful way to start a trip and an unpleasant way to end one. To avoid that hassle, here are five tips to assure you’ll never miss a flight again. Book Flights in Advance Planning ahead is the simplest way to avoid missing...

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