Serbia Backpackers, Hotel or Airbnb:  What to Choose in Belgrade?

Belgrade is a city of perpetual liveliness, cultural gems and remarkable natural and man-made sites.  Many global citizens have also discovered that it is a great location for recreational and professional activities. Your Belgrade experience is made that much better when you choose the ideal accommodation.  And, if you’re interested in proximity to the airport, Read more about Serbia Backpackers, Hotel or Airbnb:  What to Choose in Belgrade?[…]

What Should You Keep In Mind While Planning To Explore France?

  If you are planning to explore France on your next trip then, some essential travel hacks can help you to make the journey more exciting and safe. We have a good guideline for the ones who want to spend their upcoming vacation in France. Only packing your bag and starting the journey to a Read more about What Should You Keep In Mind While Planning To Explore France?[…]

The Holy Grail Of Football Stadiums: Taking A Guided Tour of The Oval, Glentoran Football Club, East Belfast, Northern Ireland

The Holy Grail Of Football Stadiums: Taking A Guided Tour of The Oval, Glentoran Football Club, East Belfast, Northern Ireland

“Le Jeu Avant Tout” – Glentoran FC Motto (“Football comes first before everything else / the game above all”). Firstly, I am a Glentoran FC supporter and have been to this stadium well over one hundred times in my life. I am a football groundhopping veteran now with around 700 matches and 200 stadiums under Read more about The Holy Grail Of Football Stadiums: Taking A Guided Tour of The Oval, Glentoran Football Club, East Belfast, Northern Ireland[…]

Backpacking in Northern Ireland: Guided Tour of George Best’s Childhood Home in Burren Way, The Cregagh, Belfast

“Maradona good. Pele better. George Best” – A Northern Ireland flag’s message at George Best’s funeral. Local heroes are real. George Best is a superhero to me. To many of my friends. To many Northern Irish people. To many AFC Bournemouth fans. Even Manchester United fans like him. Hold on – even Leeds United fans Read more about Backpacking in Northern Ireland: Guided Tour of George Best’s Childhood Home in Burren Way, The Cregagh, Belfast[…]

Backpacking in England: 8 Quirky and Quick Music Related Sights to See in London

Backpacking in England: 6 Quirky and Quick Music Related Sights to See in London

“You need a little time to rest your mind; you know you should so I guess you might as well” – Noel Gallagher. Well I’ve done my time living in London back in the day, and I must have visited the city about 50 times in my life, but I’m definitely not done with backpacking Read more about Backpacking in England: 6 Quirky and Quick Music Related Sights to See in London[…]

Visiting The Home of the Penalty Kick: Milford, County Armagh, Northern Ireland and William McCrums Legacy

Visiting The Home of the Penalty Kick: Milford, County Armagh, Northern Ireland – William McCrum’s Legacy

“Pelanty, ref!”- football players and supporters. I grew up in Northern Ireland and am a football geek. My Dad played football, I played football, my friends played football and my brothers played football. That quadruple also watch football week in, week out. A few years back I cracked the 501 not out for attendance at Read more about Visiting The Home of the Penalty Kick: Milford, County Armagh, Northern Ireland – William McCrum’s Legacy[…]

Backpacking in Greece: Staying at Dioskouros Backpackers Hostel in Athens

Backpacking in Greece: Staying at Dioskouros Hostel in Athens

Greece somehow escapes my travel blog and even my backpacking days. I have never really properly backpacked through Greece, nor even entered neighbouring Albania. However, this was my third visit to Greece and I was on a one day transit through the capital city, Athens. My first visit to Greece was actually 29 years ago. Read more about Backpacking in Greece: Staying at Dioskouros Hostel in Athens[…]

Sunday’s Inspiration: Love Remains The Drug That’s The High, Not The Pill

“The more I get of you, the stranger it feels the air” – Seal. On the five year mark of the meeting in a Bucharest hostel kitchen, I just couldn’t help but get overtly sentimental, nostalgic and I plunged into a week of unusual dreams, unforeseen joys, draining pain, feelings of love and emotional ups Read more about Sunday’s Inspiration: Love Remains The Drug That’s The High, Not The Pill[…]

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