Sometimes taking the big jump to go travelling requires a bit of persuading. Its not just the fact that you will be dropping everything at home to live out of a bag for ‘x’ amount of time but it can also be a scary endeavour to embark on. Travelling is an investment in yourself, yes you will spend a lot of money in this “investment” but … Continue reading

One of the main things to do in South Africa is wine tasting. There are an abundance of vineyards with a large variety of blends to treat your taste buds. Tastings generally cost around 50 rand per person and you will try around 5/6 different wines. The length of the tasting depends on your interest in the wine however most take 30-60 minutes. Food is … Continue reading

Dubai in a day✨​ Quite often with long haul flights it is possible to go via Dubai and arrange a stop over. We had 17 hours to explore Dubai, for both of us it was our first time there. The video below is what we managed to explore in the available time, however in truth we only gained a glimpse of the wonders of Dubai. … Continue reading

After a total of 6 overnight Megabus trips in America plus 2 in Europe, we unfortunately now regard ourselves as experts when it comes to the dreaded overnight Megabus. Taking an overnight bus is not just a trip it is a military operation that begins before you even see the bus, preparing yourself properly for the bus can make all the difference to your trip, in … Continue reading

Travel booking is both arduous and exciting. This modern world allows us to easily use travel booking websites. A good travel booking website has clear and concise information with regards to the area/activity/accommodation and price. We use STA, Rough Guides and Trip Advisor to plan our trips and the selection of websites below to book. Skyscanner – Skyscanner is a fantastic website, not only does it compare flight … Continue reading

Packing for a long journey is an art that oh so often goes wrong and haunts you for your whole trip. The tips below are our learned lessons, mistakes we’ve made on short and long holidays and how we have learnt to rectify them. Planning ahead is a must with packing – I tend to put bits and bobs into my bag weeks/months before the … Continue reading