Staying Healthy Abroad and Avoiding the Top 5 Travel Bugs

It is no secret that we are travelling further and to more ‘exotic’ destinations than we were some 20 years ago, but what I was surprised to learn from a newspaper article the other day, is that six out of ten travellers fall sick during their holiday! Spanish tummy, sunstroke and mosquito bites are about…

Do You Suffer from Travel Nerves?

Having learnt the ‘art’ of travel from my extremely chilled out other half, I can honestly say I would head to the airport right now with nothing more than my passport, a credit card and a few changes of clothes – destination unknown. I know there are many travellers out there who feel the same,…

A-Z of Travel – B is for Baggage…

It’s bulky, it’s heavy and if we have too much of it, it can cost us a fortune, but baggage is an important part of travel, and despite having travelled around the world with little more than an oversized backpack, I still struggle to pack light! My first attempt at packing light was for our…

Touring Chile – Holidays off the Beaten Track & in to Nature

Stretching a whopping 4,300km over half a continent, the remarkable ribbon of land that makes up Chile is literally bursting with deserts, volcanoes, mountains, beaches, vineyards, lakes, and more character and charm than one could ever imagine in one country. A land that shares its long lithe borders with Argentina, Bolivia and Peru, Chile remains…