7 Tips to Cope With Unexpected Travel Delays

Bumped, delayed or just plane stressed....There will always be complications and hiccups while travelling...here are 7 tips to help you keep your cool with the unexpected happens during your travels.

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The Other Side Of Koh Phangan, Thailand

Koh Phangan, Thailand..... Not the FULL MOON PARTY experience but rather I travelled to the other side of the island where the beach is much better and the experience much quieter...

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China from Russia Overland

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China from Russia Overland

China... unlike any other nation in the world! We entered China via train from Irkutsk in Russia and made our way to Beijing. We were overwhelmed with the sights, sounds and smells and craziness of this huge city....

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Friendly Faces of the Amazon Basin

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Friendly Faces of the Amazon Basin

Stuart Wilkinson ventures into the Amazon Basin from Lagunas, not far from Samira National park for an 8 day journey into this amazing pristine rain forest...

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5 Tips On Letting Go and Getting Started Travelling...

Making that first commitment and taking that first step is sometimes the only barrier between you and your travel dreams. Here Peter Smith recommends 5 things that will help you find your tipping point.....

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Glamping in the UK and Europe

Glamor camping, or what is now commonly known as 'Glamping' is the new craze sweeping the financially strapped UK, in which sees locals glamping in their own countries as apposed to the annual European holiday abroad...

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Condor Spotting in Colca Canyon Peru

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Condor Spotting in Colca Canyon Peru

Just north of Arequipa between Chivay and Cabanaconde, deep in the heart of Peru you will find Colca Canyon. It is said to be the deepest canyon in the world.....

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24 Hours in: London

Samuel Johnson, a great British poet, writer and essayist, once said - “if a man is tired of London then he is tired of life, for there is in London all that life can afford.”....London in 24 hours:....

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Seven Deadly Sins: A Travellers Guide to National Firewaters.

As seasoned travellers we are always willing to try new things, be it leaping off of bridges with a bit of stretchy cable lassoed around your ankles or jumping out of a perfectly sound airplane, even being chased by bulls through the streets of Pamplona seems to be okay...

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Facebook; The New Message in a Bottle

“You have a new message from Facebook”. Facebook has become a de facto tool of travellers everywhere. It is often easier to take on a new city with the knowledge that you already know someone there, you have a picture and past history, a common thread of

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Top Travel Generation Writers

  1. 01. Lisa Miller Lisa Miller
    from Queenstown
  2. 02. Leah Bostwick Leah Bostwick
    from Detroit, Michigan, USA
  3. 03. Jamie Bowlby-Whiting Jamie Bowlby-Whiting
    from a small village in rural England
  4. 04. Inka  Piegsa-Quischotte Inka Piegsa-Quischotte
    from
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    from

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