Backpacking in Saudi Arabia: The Train Journey From Hail to Riyadh

Backpacking in Saudi Arabia: The Train Journey From Hail to Riyadh

“Grimsby Town don’t even play in the town of Grimsby!” – Every football fan! So another train journey and I love them. This one, in Saudi Arabia. Hail Train Station, Saudi Arabia Hail Train Station, Saudi Arabia just reminded me of over elaborate, middle of nowhere train stations in China. Shaoguan sprang to mind, I Read more about Backpacking in Saudi Arabia: The Train Journey From Hail to Riyadh[…]

Backpacking in Germany: How to get from Berlin ZOB Bus Station to Tegel International Airport

Berlin has become a transport hub for me now that I live in Poland. International flights and especially those to Africa and the Middle East don’t really have many direct options from Poland. But with the Warsaw / Łódź / Poznań Polskibuses to Berlin being so cheap, fast and cosy, I now often crackpack my Read more about Backpacking in Germany: How to get from Berlin ZOB Bus Station to Tegel International Airport[…]

Backpacking in Malta: A Tallinja Card – The Easiest and Also the Worst Way to Travel Around Malta and Gozo

I finally made it to Malta in September 2017. It was country 155 on my list of 626 and one of the final four recognised European countries I have not yet visited. The other three are Albania, Cyprus and Northern Cyprus. As a Brucie bonus I also got to backpack through the Sovereign Military Order Read more about Backpacking in Malta: A Tallinja Card – The Easiest and Also the Worst Way to Travel Around Malta and Gozo[…]

5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Stay Productive on an Airplane

Some of you might have to regularly catch flights for business trips. This would mean that you will have actually very little time left on your hands between two trips to unwind yourself and think about your future goals. If you thought that only services like the Chicago Limo Service provided great opportunities for business Read more about 5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Stay Productive on an Airplane[…]

Backpacking in Thailand: Chao Phraya River Cruise, Bangkok

I don’t write about Thailand much, it bored the living daylights out of me, but it seems to be on everyone’s travel list and I started this article about 5 years ago and never finished it, so here it is. Bangkok has normally been on my “try to avoid” list mainly because loads of people Read more about Backpacking in Thailand: Chao Phraya River Cruise, Bangkok[…]

Backpacking in Poland: Cycling in Gdańsk with Mika on the Road and Hostel Cycle On

When I arrived in Gdańsk in Poland, I booked into the hostel Cycle On. Immediately from the title you get the idea that the guys that run the hostel, Piotr and Pawel are big cyclists. In my dorm room, by chance I met the lovely Mika. Mika is a Taiwanese traveller and runs the page Read more about Backpacking in Poland: Cycling in Gdańsk with Mika on the Road and Hostel Cycle On[…]

Backpacking in Bavaria: Doing A Bicycle Tour of Munich with Mike’s Bike Tours

When I arrived back into Germany for the first time in 9 years, my first stop was Munich. The Bavarian capital is a very easy transport hub and was also part of my crazy journey to the village of Grodig. With a few days in Munich, I based myself at the 4You Hostel and Hotel Read more about Backpacking in Bavaria: Doing A Bicycle Tour of Munich with Mike’s Bike Tours[…]

Backpacking in Kyrgyzstan: How to Get From Bishkek to Manas International Airport

“It’s decision time again; our love will stretch a little bit” – Everything But The Girl. Possibly the most important thing you can do when backpacking in Kyrgyzstan is to stay at Apple Hostel in Bishkek. Things run extremely smoothly from here. Not only is it the best hostel in the city (and probably the Read more about Backpacking in Kyrgyzstan: How to Get From Bishkek to Manas International Airport[…]

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