This is a guest post by travel blogger Jonny Blair a wandering Northern Irishman who has visited over 80 countries, covering every continent. We’d probably even go as far to say he’s a bit of an expert on China, with an obvious passion for the country he’s visited 12 out of the 29 provinces so far. We asked him where his favourite places where on the road less travelled…Posted on: November 14th in Asia by Becky Padmore.
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Our friend Gillian Cowan recently relocated from the UK to Islamabad. She’s currently enjoying the challenges and new experiences of life in Pakistan and here she makes her debut blog post with the aim of dispelling the myths surrounding the country that many traveller’s overlook…Posted on: November 7th in Asia, Travel by Becky Padmore.
Thailand is not exactly short of beautiful beaches and islands but finding an undeveloped island is not always an easy task. To help you find your own slice of peaceful paradise…Posted on: July 9th in Asia, Travel, Travel Snobs by Becky Padmore.
We love hearing from other travel bloggers and when the couple from Always Trekking contacted us we read their sweet background story and wanted to find out more. Both claim to have been infected with the travel bug quite early – Jonathan when kissing seals in the Galapagos Islands aged six and Natalia when rustling through the ruins of Acropolis aged five…Posted on: June 17th in Asia, Travel by Becky Padmore.
As the world’s oldest continual civilisation and combined with huge areas of gorgeous unspoilt natural beauty (and the more recent leaps into modernity), China is one interesting travel destination. Its gigantic size makes a condensed list a very tall order, but here is my choice for 10 of the most beautiful places to visit in China…Posted on: June 7th in Asia, Beautiful Places, Travel by Holly Daffurn.
Often overlooked by the general masses flocking to Asia, this stunning island on the fringe of South East Asia is home to some of the most glorious sites anywhere on the continent. The pristine lakes, exciting mountain ranges and dramatic coastlines of Taiwan should be the highlight of any trip to Asia….Posted on: April 11th in Asia, Travel by Graham Padmore.
China’s mainland has a lot to offer the traveller irrespective of your travelling needs – a Great Wall hike and Yangtze river trips for thrill-seekers, shopping havens in Shanghai and Beijing for fashionistas and off the beaten track tours to local, traditional villages for those looking to go native. However, off the Chinese mainland is a stunning collection of islands and archipelagos that offer something more unique…Posted on: March 8th in Asia, Beautiful Places, Travel by Emma Clair Kelly.
This is a guest post by our friends at E-tramping. Looking nothing like their blog name suggests the cutesome twosome Agness and Cez travel the world setting themselves a budget of only $25 a day. Their blog is filled with warmth, budget tips and plenty of travel envy despite their limited budget. Here’s what they got up to in China…Posted on: February 11th in Asia, Travel by Becky Padmore.
Easily one of the most popular long-distance travel destinations is South East Asia, and for good reason. This region has it all – pristine beaches, tropical climate, gorgeous cuisine and accommodation prices fit for a backpacking budget….Posted on: February 11th in Asia, Travel by Emma Clair Kelly.