World Borders: How to Get From Guyana to Suriname (Ferry from Moleson Creek to South Drain)

Having recently written some chapters for the book on crossing world borders in South America, I thought I’d get a few more published on here. I’ve now visited Suriname three times and have already shared my advice on getting a Suriname Visa in Caracas and getting a Suriname Visa in Cayenne. You can also get Read more about World Borders: How to Get From Guyana to Suriname (Ferry from Moleson Creek to South Drain)[…]

Backpacking in Estonia: Top 17 Sights in Parnu

Parnu in Estonia is not the most obvious backpacking location, especially in winter. But this is where I found the real charm. Stripped to the bone, Parnu is an Estonian seaside city which buzzes in the summer and slows down to a freezing halt in the winter. It’s where Estonian Independence was announced back in Read more about Backpacking in Estonia: Top 17 Sights in Parnu[…]

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The Day I…Worked in Two Continents Within 24 Hours

Before I tell the story of the day I worked in 2 continents within 24 hours, let me tell you that I know this isn’t cool, or rare, or unique, or even special. I’m aware of that – every day of the week people work in 2continents sometimes even 3…think of the man who has Read more about The Day I…Worked in Two Continents Within 24 Hours[…]

How to Teach English (as a Language) For (Your) Fun and Freedom: with a blueprint for the perfect class

You’ve probably seen me promoting a few books to help you along your way and this one does the same. It’s written by Rebecca Jaynes and is all about teaching English abroad, enjoying it and seeing the world at the same time. The same sort of inspiring story that a lot of us backpacking bloggers Read more about How to Teach English (as a Language) For (Your) Fun and Freedom: with a blueprint for the perfect class[…]

Book Review: The World At Large By Cody Punter

My latest book review is of this topsy turvy thrilling travel related novel by Cody Punter. The story “The World at Large” details a young man on a spontaneous backpacking journey. You never know what’s ahead along the way. It’s available on Amazon now. The World at Large It was just another harmless escape, another routine Read more about Book Review: The World At Large By Cody Punter[…]

Book Review: Adventures Of The Traveling Sex Bunnies: Miami & Costa Rica

Time for another Book Review on Don’t Stop Living and one with a sexy nature to it and an intriguing title. It’s also the third book I am reviewing with a Costa Rican edge to it! That’s because I already reviewed Deacon Blake’s book Mercenary Justice (Deacon runs the Hemingway Inn in San Jose) and author Read more about Book Review: Adventures Of The Traveling Sex Bunnies: Miami & Costa Rica[…]

Backpacking in Romania: Visiting Sucevita Monastery in Southern Bucovina

My backpacking in Romania adventures continued in the north of the country. After a few days in Bucharest at the Little Bucharest Hostel I boarded a train heading north to Suceava and onwards to the town of Campulung Moldovenesc where I stayed in the trendy Dor de Bucovina Hostel. I had read all about the Read more about Backpacking in Romania: Visiting Sucevita Monastery in Southern Bucovina[…]