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. Many location independent digital nomads choose Indonesia for a multitude of reasons. We’re going to investigate a few of them now and see just why...

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Important facts to know before filling an ehic application 

An ehic application is utmost necessary if you are a citizen of UK and wishing to travel in any part of Europe or in Switzerland. Some of you might think the necessity of the ehic card while you are having a good travel insurance plan. Ehic helps you to avail the state healthcare benefits of the host country even when you are away from home. There are certain important facts that you must know before you start filing your ehic...

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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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5 top tips for staying in any hotel

Staying at a hotel is always fun and exciting. Everything is so lovely, clean and wonderful that we might tend to forget a few necessary things you should know about staying at a hotel! But do not worry, I won’t let you forget the most essentials things. Bellow you will find five most common and most significant things you just must remember while planning to stay at any hotel there is. Remember them and relax – your stay at any...

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Mountain gorilla trekking in Africa: Should I go?

Following the ground breaking research of Dian Fossey an American natural scientist who initiated the protection and conservation of mountain gorillas project in the Virunga region, Gorilla trekking started in the 1990’s when gorilla tourism was seen as fundamental effort to the conservation of mountain gorillas and as well as revenue generating economic activity mainly in Rwanda, Uganda and the democratic republic of Congo. Today...

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Competition time: Win £150 towards your next trip

So easy to enter you’d be mad not to give it a try! Just a couple of clicks and you could win £150 in Holiday Vouchers from Southall Travel

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Why Canvas Prints Work So Well With Travel Photography

Taking great photographs is often a huge part of the traveller’s day-to-day routine. Documenting the places you have been to, capturing the faces of the people you have met, and recording the memories that you have made is something that many of us get a great deal of pleasure from. Nevertheless, more often than not these fantastic photographs get left on an SD card once we get home, and they rarely see the light of day again as we...

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Three Good Reasons to Hit the Road

Every once in a while we all find ourselves in a place where hitting the road for a bit of travel just seems the best solution. It doesn’t really matter what your reason is for heading out to see new horizons, they can be as personal as a divorce or as simple as two years have passed since your last trip. Whatever the reason, when the itch comes along there are some of us who are nomadic by nature and just can’t stay home....

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How to Keep Your Calm when Visiting London for the First Time

Visiting London as a tourist for the first time can be a lot of fun, but it’s also really busy. The hustle and bustle of London is relentless, every hour and every day of the week. London never stops, and with a high number of people living there paired with a healthy influx of tourists, crowded streets and busy roads are commonplace. When visiting London for the first time, it’s easy to get caught up in the hectic atmosphere and many...

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Being Prepared: Creating a Will before your trip

The last thing on your mind when you’re planning a trip is what shape your Will is in. If you don’t have one, you’re probably not planning to make one now, either. But you think of everything else, from organising car insurance to how you’d cope if your luggage went astray, so why not take it a step further? Holiday activities often put us in risky situations we’d normally avoid at home, from deep sea diving to long road trips....

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