The 5 Coolest Ways to Travel Around the World

Private Jet Whether your Floyd Mayweather or a humble shopkeeper you have probably dreamt about flying around the world in your private jet! How realistic this is is, of course, another story but it’s always good to dream. For many people owning your own private jet is a way to flaunt your lifestyle, for others though it might be about catering to their crazy international schedule. But for everyone fortunate enough to have...

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Finding New Ways to Explore The World

Bored of the same old beach holidays and tourist traps? Find yourself doing the same old things over and over when you go on vacation? If so, it’s time to mix it up a little. Why not set yourself some goals and challenges, push yourself out of your comfort zone and do something new? Here are a few ideas to get you started. Work abroad Working abroad enables you to experience a place in the world in a new way. You still get to find out...

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Why Aren’t You Educating Yourself While Travelling The World?

Witnessing the curvature of the earth, sailing through clouds and listening to the humming noise of jet engines becomes the norm when you travel the world. The robotic voice over the tannoy telling you what gate and platform you need to be on becomes background noise as you move around the various airports and train stations of the world. You live in the moment, taking in all the new experiences and time after time, meeting new...

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The Nomad’s Guide to Budapest

When you want to break the mould and do it your way, there’s nothing better than becoming a nomad. You’ve got the freedom and flexibility to go anywhere and work anywhere, so why not take a look at Budapest. It’s fast becoming one of Europe’s premier destinations, and there’s a whole host of things to do there… Take a walk on Castle Hill It’s a world heritage site for a reason, and it’s the first place you want to head to after...

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What is Cancun?

Even if you don’t know much about Cancun, the sound of the name itself is enough to trigger that “tropical vacation response” in anyone. Say it slowly: Cancuuuun. Can’t you practically taste the margaritas, feel the warm ocean breeze and see the turquoise water sparkle in the sun? The city was nonexistent before the 1970s and is actually the result of careful planning by Mexico’s tourism board. They were very successful in making it...

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The Most Underrated Places to Visit This Year

Durban, South Africa Durban is one of South Africa’s most loved destinations, and it’s easy to see why. Durban’s landscapes are diverse and offer travelers a well-rounded trip. While you may be happy to spend all your days on Durban’s beautiful beaches, by far the best thing to do, is experience the wildlife and great open plains. Thanda Safari, a game reserve just 260km from the city center is the ideal place to experience authentic...

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5 Amazing Things to See and Do in Santorini

The Greek island of Santorini pops up time and time again on lists of ‘must-see’ destinations, but what is all the fuss about? Quite simply, there is nowhere else like it in the world, and it offers a huge range of activities in a simply breath-taking landscape. Santorini is also in a great location for visiting some surrounding areas. If you’re interested in a little nightlife, it’s also worth noting that the famous party island of...

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Why go to Berlin? Our highlights and advice

Okay, so being a nomad you might not think of yourself as an out and out traveller as such, but you do have the freedom to go anywhere and do anything. A new year brings with it new opportunities, so what better way to breathe new life into your day than by upping sticks and heading over to Berlin? Not convinced? Here’s a whole host of things you can see and do there that will have you booking your flights in no time at all. The...

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Putting Boredom to the Sword the NuNomad Way

Travelling is part and parcel of the nomad way of life, and there’s just no getting away from that. If you want to live a destination-free life, then it stands to reason that you’re going to be moving about a lot more than the normal everyday people you know back home. It’s a great life, and one that perhaps you never thought you yourself would be able to pull off, but you are, so well done! There is however one downside, the...

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Tartan travel — 7 Scottish vacation tips

If you’re a US resident who wants to delve deeper into your Scottish roots, you’re not alone. According to the year 2000 US census, 4.8 million Americans reported having Caledonian ancestry, equating to 1.7 per cent of the population. And Scottish tourist organization VisitScotland reported 566,000 US visits in 2017 — injecting an impressive £556 million into the compact country’s economy. But whether you’re planning a Scottish break...

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