Glory Days Loyal: December 2007 All Blog Posts

The Best Spots For Your Next UK Staycation

In these uncertain and troubling times, we all need something to look forward to when a sense of normality has returned to the world. For many of us, that feeling of excitement and anticipation is likely to come in the form of a holiday. However, with the long-term consequences of the Coronavirus pandemic virtually impossible Read more about The Best Spots For Your Next UK Staycation[…]

3 Essential Items To Have With You When Wild Camping

3 Essential Items To Have With You When Wild Camping

When you’re traveling on a budget, hostels are usually a great way to save money and do more traveling. What happens when even cheap hostels are out of your budget? That’s when you should look into wild camping. If you are used to backpacking, then you can take things to the next logical level and Read more about 3 Essential Items To Have With You When Wild Camping[…]

Backpacking in Kiribati: Touring Te Umanibong, National Cultural Museum in Bikenibeu

Backpacking in Kiribati: Touring Te Umanibong, National Cultural Museum in Bikenibeu

  I could be forgiven for expecting the settlement of Bikenibeu to be spelt “Bikini Bow” and be a beach full of Kiribati’s hottest babes all relaxing in the sunshine in their swimming costumes. While exotic beaches in Tarawa Atoll (Kiribati’s main part, which houses the capital, the national museum and the main international airport) do Read more about Backpacking in Kiribati: Touring Te Umanibong, National Cultural Museum in Bikenibeu[…]

The Craziest Wacaday Footballer Question Of All Time

The Craziest Wacaday Footballer Question Of All Time

It is time for a total crazy footballer question which I love as a football geek who enjoys random football quizzes. In my travel life and my social life, I have always had an eye for the absurb, an addiction to World Cups and the outlandishly weird and wacaday. I am a strong nationalist and Read more about The Craziest Wacaday Footballer Question Of All Time[…]

Friday's Featured Food: Saudi Arabia: Camel Lunch in Riyadh

Friday’s Featured Food: Shared Camel Lunch at Ainadeg Restaurant in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

I spent 10 days backpacking slash working in Saudi Arabia in 2018. As the world of travel fades out of view from existance, it’s time to dwell on those halcyon days. Riyadh is the capital city. We had a total of three days backpacking in Riyadh at the end of that trip. We had lots Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Shared Camel Lunch at Ainadeg Restaurant in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia[…]

Top 5 WordPress Plugins For Adding Custom Fonts To Your Site

I have been blogging for 13 years now and used many different types of blogs and platfroms, from Blogspot to Wix to WordPress. I have written about blogging quite a bit too including my tips on starting a website, how to become a professional travel blogger and the downside of professional travel blogging. After deciding Read more about Top 5 WordPress Plugins For Adding Custom Fonts To Your Site[…]

World Travellers: Jacob From On The Way Around

The latest in my ongoing series of World Travellers is Jacob From On The Way Around, a blog about his diverse lifestyle around the world, with a focus on Central Asia… Who are you? I’m Jacob, a 21-year old Canadian dude. I currently study Software Engineering back home in Canada and run my travel blog on Read more about World Travellers: Jacob From On The Way Around[…]