Great News! We accept guest posting! 

Guest posting is an excellent way to help promote your website or blog, especially if you are new to the blogging world. We have also decided to make your life a lot more simple and make guest posting nice and easy how it used to be! Here are our requirements: 

- A minimum of 2 of photos
- A story/blog which is interesting an unique (AKA not already been posted on our site)
- Your link to your website with your name 
- preferably about budget travel, but not essential! 

And that's it! I know what you are thinking... is it allowed to be already posted on my own site or elsewhere? The answer is YES is can! If you already have a great story already published somewhere else, we are still happy to accept it. We believe in making guest posting more friendly with less rules! 

So what are you waiting for?! Email us at nissyadventure@gmail.com and put in the email title GUESTPOST:(your blog title). Can't wait to read and share your stories! Feel free to read out other guest posts below! 

Your Stories and Adventures

Eight Things ‘The Pocket Theory’ Means

Eight Things ‘The Pocket Theory’ Means

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 …read more →

Mavrovo: Hiking Paradise

Mavrovo: Hiking Paradise

Guest Post written by Sven Koster from svenywhere.com. Visit his site HERE Sven Koster is Dutch traveller who has lived in Ghana, Taiwan and Tanzania and now currently lives in the UK. He has travelled to parts all around the world, including countries in South America, Europe, Africa and Asia, sharing his adventures and top tips as he goes.  Mavrovo is a well known destination …read more →

Working and Travelling China

Working and Travelling China

Guest Post Written by Chris Long from WildKiwi. Visit his site here!   –Lets Go China Style -My work –Travelling in China –Chinese People –Food –Technology –China, The new most powerful country in the world –Pollution –Sad to Leave Let’s go China Style!  For the last 3 months I have been Working and Travelling in China and now I am back to the world of …read more →

A Message from the Heart

A Message from the Heart

Written spontaneously from one of our readers who would like to be kept anonymous – An inspirational story written purely from the heart with a message relevant to so many people.    When Issy approached me and asked for a story I wanted to write something from the heart. Immediately people will think of their exciting experiences. It’s almost predictable.   I’ve always had a competitive flare, not only that, …read more →

Grand Canyon: A Must Place to Visit!

Grand Canyon: A Must Place to Visit!

Guest post written by Shawn Michaels from The Smart Lad Grand Canyon is in the northwest corner of Arizona, near the fringes of Utah and Nevada. Measuring roughly 277 miles long, up to miles in width and a mile profound, this gigantic gorge in northern Arizona is really a characteristic wonder. Grand Canyon Weather: The climate in Grand Canyon fluctuates with chilly winters and lovely …read more →

The Hidden Gem of India – Mount Abu

The Hidden Gem of India – Mount Abu

Guest post written by Hannah from Hannah the Traveller. Visit her site here! Hannah the traveller has been in India for nearly two months, exploring this amazingly diverse country. Whilst travelling between the popular cities in Rajesthan she came across a hidden gem… Why you should visit Mount Abu in Rajesthan, India and how to go about it. Rajesthan – The seat of Emperors of …read more →

The Perils of Using a Shewee – Bus Trip into the Amazon Rainforest

The Perils of Using a Shewee – Bus Trip into the Amazon Rainforest

Guest Post by Beverley Lloyd (AKA my Mum) Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve in Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest boasts some of the highest biodiversity on earth.  As a nature lover, this was a must for me to visit. My sister, Jackie and I took a bus from Quito’s southern terminal, Quitembe to Lago Agrio, the last big oil town before the jungle. Equipped with ‘tinnies’ for the journey …read more →

Golden Week In Japan: Fun Or Hectic?

Golden Week In Japan: Fun Or Hectic?

Guest post written by Castaway With Crystal – Visit their site ‘Should I Visit Japan During Golden Week?’ Koi flags are commonly flown during the festival (Photo by Castaway with Crystal) A difficult question that you may be asking yourself before you book your ticket to Japan. I made a decision to head to the city of Tokyo, right in the middle of Golden Week. I had read …read more →