Is Thailand cheap? Will you be able to stick to your budget in the Land of Smiles? Can you really spend less than £25 a day and not be bored out of your brains? Yes, yes and definitely yes!
If you’ve ever considered visiting Thailand, you’ve probably thought about spending some time with their gorgeous elephants. Don’t make the mistake of picturing yourself riding one though! The animals are hugely mistreated.
Teaching English in China is a fantastic way to fund your travels around the world. The Middle Kingdom is a country teeming with fascinating culture, beautiful landscapes and delicious food. Not only that, but you can make a heap of cash sharing your knowledge of the English language!
If you’re planning a trip to Bali then you can’t miss the chance to go white water rafting! What better way to spend a morning than bumping your way down a river and falling off edges, right!?
Riding an elephant was always something I wanted to do, but after researching for our trip to Thailand we found a much kinder and fun way to interact with them!
Christmas is my absolute favourite time of year! Christmas songs, Christmas jumpers, unlimited amount of food, no judgement for being drunk before 12pm…. I could go on and on …
Travelling to a new city can be daunting, especially when you don’t speak the local language. There are always guidebooks giving tips and hints about the most famous attractions, where to find the best food and which hotels to stay in but sometimes all you need is insider info to get you started!
Half the fun of travelling is experience local transport, right!? Maybe not always, but sometimes it can add to the trip what flying takes away in time!