Kayaking in the Wild

Jan
14

Guest Post Written By Tom from Kayak Critic Peace, relax and quiet is something we, as humankind, have been missing for quite some time now. I have always found this world a place of balance, where our hectic routine and machines made it hard for us to relax; it has also given us so many new activities for keeping us calm. Out of every way to make our lives better while engaging you in some


Awesome Places to Kayak in the Philippines

Dec
05

Guest Post written by Kayak Guru With pristine beaches and more than 7,000 islands to explore, the Philippines is one of the world's premier kayaking destinations. Paddlers can camp on one of the many beautiful spans of shoreline, go fishing, access incredible snorkeling, and enjoy peaceful isolation. Calm waters make this trip a good choice even for novice paddlers. If this sounds like it might be up your alley, then check out these four awesome Philippine

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Kanthaya Budget Travel Guide

Nov
28

Kanthaya Beach is a beautiful part of Myanmar, untouched and undiscovered by tourists. The whole beach itself used to be a resort (Kanthaya Beach Hotel and Resort) that was opened in 1995 the golden jubilee of the armed forces . However, the resort did not stay open for long and now all that remains are some small ruins sparsely found between the road and beach. Now it is a wonderful quiet place to relax and

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Kalaw – Inle Lake Independent Trekking Guide

Nov
19

Before I embarked on this adventure, I was stunned to discover that no one had written about how you can do this walk independently and without a guide. I like to do things myself, which is why I took the leap and learnt how to do it (or how not to do it!) and would share it with others wanting the guidance - which I would have loved to have before I began. Trekking from

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Trekking Kalaw – Inle Lake Independently (Our Journey)

Nov
09

After winding around mountainous roads, making us feel sick and dizzy, we had finally arrived in Kalaw. It was 4am in the morning and despite the Burmese buses being very comfortable we both hadn't been able to sleep on the overnight bus from Yangon. We exited the bus, blasted with freezing cold mountain air and headed over to the teashop over the road. After a caffeine fix of a mug of green tea, we loaded


Summiting Mount Etna Independently

Oct
31

This Guide provides you with the information you need to hike to the summit (3,300m) of Mount Etna independently, WITHOUT a guide! It can be done, and this adventurous challenge will push every limit you have and is perfect for adrenaline junkies!  In This Guide.... Introducing Mount Etna The Weather and When to Go What You Will Need How to Get There & Back How to Reach the Summit What to Expect Trekking to the

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Top Ten Places To Visit In Italy

Oct
27

Here you will find our favourite places that we visited when we cycled toured Italy. Italy wasn't our favourite country, but the country was incredibly beautiful - full of stunning landscapes, historical cities, delicious food and amazing architecture.    10 - Cosenza  For some this may seem like an odd place to deserve a spot on this list. However, we fell in love with Cosenza, especially at night time! This young, hip city really comes


Tasting Sicily – Foods You Must Try

Oct
12

I am a massive foodie! One thing I love about travelling is being able to taste the world and try new and wonderful things. Although we didn't particularly like cycle touring around Sicily, the food on the other hand was delicious! This guide provides you with the foods you must try in Sicily to experience and taste their culture.  Arancini Arancini translates as 'Little Orange' in Italian, due to their shape and colour that reminisces an

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You Never Know Who Will Pick You Up (Hitching in Greece)

Oct
11

It was our first day of cycling in Greece, the temperature was up to 40 degrees and we had ended up in Drama, rather than Thessaloniki - an unexpected plan, putting us behind schedule. There was no other option other than to try and hitch-hike to Thessaloniki and get back on track. We decided to cycle 20km just to the west of Drama where there appeared to be possible place to hitch-hike from on the


Eight Things ‘The Pocket Theory’ Means

Oct
08

A very inspiring and real article about travelling as a couple. I feel it is safe to say that one year travelling with the person you love is the equivalent of ten years back at home... this articles tells you just why this is the case!    Guest Post written by Bella Clarke from Where Bella Went   The ups and Downs of long term travel with your other half “It’ll either make or break your