Jonny Blair talks about Chinese New Year red packets

Chinese New Year: What are Red Packets?

You have probably heard of Chinese New Year. It’s the same as New Year except it’s Chinese. That’s where things become slightly different. If you are lucky enough to live in a Chinese environment during Chinese New Year you will love the whole craze and madness of it all. You might also be given red Read more about Chinese New Year: What are Red Packets?[…]

Jonny Blair loves free walking tours of cities

Monday’s Money Saving Tips: FREE Walking Tours of Cities

In this regular feature called Monday’s Money Saving Tips I use my experiences from my travels to give some essential money saving advice as you nomadate (a new word) yourself around the globe. Today I concentrate on why it’s a good money saving tip to walk around cities. There are companies that run FREE Walking Read more about Monday’s Money Saving Tips: FREE Walking Tours of Cities[…]

Don't Stop Living a lifestyle of travel at Lovina in Bali Indonesia

Loving Lovina! Kalibukbuk, Bali, Indonesia

Lovina is a beach resort in northern Bali in Indonesia. The very mention of the word Bali to any traveller conjures up images of beaches, parties, paradise and alcohol. However here in Lovina, life takes on a slightly more relaxed mode, despite the fact that it’s a town that remains lively at night. Lovina is Read more about Loving Lovina! Kalibukbuk, Bali, Indonesia[…]

Jonny Blair at a lifestyle of travel recommends bringing your own booze!

Monday’s Money Saving Tips: Takeaway Alcohol

Are you a traveller who likes a drink? I certainly am – no better way to relax on the road than knocking back a beer watching the world go by. But alcohol isn’t always cheap, so as backpackers the best option is to bring your own booze or to takeaway alcohol!! It may be called: Read more about Monday’s Money Saving Tips: Takeaway Alcohol[…]

Backpacking in Bali, Indonesia: Ulun Danu: Temple On The Lake

So to the dreamy Ulun Danu, a pretty pagoda temple situated on this lake in northern Bali, Indonesia. I had seen postcards of it before I went there and was intrigued. There was an entrance fee of 10,000 Rupees to enter. I was there with my Brazilian mate Rodrigo as part of a day long Read more about Backpacking in Bali, Indonesia: Ulun Danu: Temple On The Lake[…]

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