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I haven’t added this ferry trip to my World Borders Series as it’s really just a straight forward internal ferry within the Philippines, but I thought it was a good post to write about given that most visitors to Panglao …
Today’s Working Wednesdays bring me a reminder of a job even I forgot that I once did. I worked in PR for a company called Card Protection Plan (CPP) a few years back. I have written before in parts about …
Right so you’ve heard the term “Venice of Asia” a load of times, in fact you might even have read about it twice on my blog as I visited Tai O (Hong Kong’s answer to Venice) and Pingjianglu in Suzhou, …
I got hit by a dose of sun over the weekend and while my sun cream kept my skin protected, let’s not forget those other sun blocking heroes – sunglasses. It’s today’s Tuesday’s Travel Essentials – shades, sun visors, sun …
Today on Monday’s Money Saving Tips I’m keeping you all clean while saving you money. It’s all about toiletries. And not just any old toiletries – FREE toiletries. That’s right you can travel the world by virtually hardly ever spending …
A visit to Shiling Stone Forest in China’s Yunnan Province is well worth a trip. This place became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007 and has a thriving tourist economy. The downside is the cost of getting there, …
Being a global nomad and not having a home means you’re constantly changing your style of accommodation. You’re also willing to take whatever accommodation comes about. How about a free night sleeping in a farmer’s barn in Tasmania then? Yes …
Today’s Friday’s Featured Food takes us to the country of Laos. It’s not a country famed for food and I remember being told “when you go to Laos you’ll end up eating a load of banana pancakes”. Well in the …