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How to travel the world as a full-time student even if you have no time or money. There are so many options such as studying abroad, working abroad, jailbreak, couchsurfing, WWOOF, volunteering, teaching English abroad, travel grants and even starting a travel blog so that travel pays for itself. Click through to read more...

How to Travel the World as a Student

So, how to travel the world as a student… This is a topic I could go on about until the cows come home. Since I’ve got a heckuva lot to get through, let’s just jump straight into it! The most blatantly obvious way to afford to travel as a student, behind relying on the BoD (Bank of Dad), is to just save money. Yes, it…

Herefordshire Hideaways: Winding Down in the Stargazor's Wagon. Find out more about my recent staycation and glamping trip to Herefordshire, England, UK. We stayed in a quirky and rustic converted wagon which came with an outdoor wood-fired hot tub! Click through to read more...

Herefordshire Hideaways: Winding Down in the Stargazer’s Wagon

We all know I’m a huge fan of staycations and discovering more of what’s on your doorstep. But I’ve never gone on holiday in my own county before. I mean, what’s the point in paying for accommodation when you’ve already got your own bed for free at…

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Pinterest for Travel Bloggers: How to Skyrocket Your Blog Traffic

Over the last few days, I have been working tirelessly on my latest free eBook Pinterest for Travel Bloggers which I am now stupidly excited to share with you today. Below you can read an extract from the eBook which details exactly why I think Pinterest is so…

10 of the most unusual places to stay in the UK including quirky glamping sites, treehouses, eco pods, safari lodges, shepherd's huts and converted double decker buses! Click through to read more...

10 of the Most Unusual Places to Stay in the UK

It’s no secret that I am a complete sucker for unique and wacky accommodation. For me, where you lay your head for the night is such an integral part of travelling. Whenever I travel, I always make it a priority to stay somewhere that is an experience in…

The ultimate guide on how to satisfy your wanderlust when you don't have the time or money to travel the world. Click through to read more...

How to Satisfy Your Wanderlust When You Can’t Travel

Although students get longer holidays than practically everyone on the planet, it is sometimes hard to make it through the term without wishing you could be lying on a beach in the Maldives. Unless you can make the most of weekend trips abroad, it is…

How to spend 24 hours in Slovakia's pretty capital, Bratislava, on your interrail travels. The ultimate city guide showing you where to stay, what to see and do, and where to eat and drink! Find out what the best cocktail bar in the city is, the best places to see the city from above and the many churches, palaces and castles you CANNOT miss. Click through to read more...

24 Hours in Bratislava: The Ultimate City Guide

I did not expect to fall in love with Bratislava. It isn’t a European hotspot like Paris or Rome but its small town charm did not fail to impress me. If you’re like me and didn’t really know much about the city, Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and it lies on…

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10 Travel Must-Haves for 2017

I love investing in travel accessories: items which make travelling just that lil’ bit easier and a lil’ less stressful. ‘Cause despite what Instagram leads us to believe, travel can actually be a source of stress. Yes, it’s a very privileged stress, but stress nonetheless. When it comes to travel must-haves I’d much prefer to invest in things that will actually last a long time, rather than throwaway pieces.

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