Travel Q&A With: Dave Cornthwaite

Travel Q&A With: Dave Cornthwaite

In our biggest scoop yet we've managed to nail down adventurer Dave Cornthwaite on the eve of yet another adventure. Aside from being an adventurer he is an author and motivational speaker. He is just about to start the 9th journey of Expedition1000, a project to complete 25 journeys of 1000 miles or more, each using a different form of…
Join us @7pm GMT Tomorrow!

Join us @7pm GMT Tomorrow!

This time tomorrow we are serving as a panelist for Travel + Leisure's weekly travel chat. @TravlandLeisure has over 663k followers and this week we will be answering their questions about California. The best two ways of following the chat is to check out their page: https://twitter.com/TravlandLeisure Or search Twitter for #TL_Chat and that will give you a live view of…
Flying Long Haul With Babies And Toddlers

Flying Long Haul With Babies And Toddlers

By Zoe JohnstonThe first time you take your little one on a plane can be nerve-racking for even the most seasoned traveller. There is so much to think about, and so much to pack! When a trip to the supermarket requires as much equipment as a military operation, flying long-haul can seem out of the question, but that needn't be…
Travel Q&A With: Macca Sherifi

Travel Q&A With: Macca Sherifi

Macca Sherifi is an author, blogger and photographer. After travelling around the world for two years where he backpacked through India, volunteered in Bangladesh, and worked in China and Australia, Macca went on to become travel editor of gapyear.com, the social network and travel advice website. Macca now works in social media and PR, representing a few national tourist boards,…
AusAir Worldwide Offers £100 Return Flights To Australia

AusAir Worldwide Offers £100 Return Flights To Australia

Former Qantas CEO Bruce Watson is launching a new airline today called AusAir Worldwide. It's goal is to provide the cheapest flights possible to locations all over the world from Australia. "As we are flying from airports outside the big cities we can cut our costs right down. We are using red 27 grade fuel which lasts longer despite being…
Top 10: Tips To Beat Jet Lag

Top 10: Tips To Beat Jet Lag

by Zoe JohnstonA degree of jet lag is inevitable when travelling across different time zones, the more you cross, the more severe symptoms are likely to be. Long-haul travel can affect your digestive system, body temperature, blood pressure, urine production and bowel habits, not to mention your sleeping and waking patterns. Unpleasant effects of jet lag can include insomnia, fatigue,…
Travel In The 90s

Travel In The 90s

by Lucie OndreaszTechnology is the real leader in our now modern world, without it, we would most likely all crumble. As a world, we have forgotten how to live with just the basics, without mobile phones and the internet, things that were only born 20 years ago. The 90's brought to us many things, it brought us the curtain hair…
The Battle For Niagara

The Battle For Niagara

Niagara Falls is one of the most picturesque places in the world. It is also the most visited with around 18 million annual visitors making the pilgrimage to see their spray. The falls sit on the border between Canada and the USA providing a chance for the two nations to go head to head over tourists. Canada invested heavily in…
Top 10: Interestingly Bizarre Facts

Top 10: Interestingly Bizarre Facts

by Yiota TsitsikronisThe world is full of oddities and we've compiled 10 of our favourites down from a shortlist of 30. 10. In Albania shaking your head mean yes and nodding means no. Try it yourself, say yes out loud while shaking your head. It's not easy. 9. The shortest airline flight that you can buy tickets for is just…
Travel Q&A With: Adam Vaught

Travel Q&A With: Adam Vaught

After our successful Q&A with Kristin we have cornered GeoEx director Adam Vaught for his opinions. Born and raised in Southern California, Adam left after finishing his undergraduate work at UCLA. He then spent four years living in Japan and Cambodia, before leading cycling/hiking trips throughout Latin America and Western Europe.  He’s also worked on consulting projects in India, Patagonia,…