• Street memorial to the recent Paris attacks (Image source: Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 2.0 | Credit to: Jean-François Gornet)

    A Traveller’s Response to Terrorism

    As a traveller I don’t believe in politics. I believe in humanity and friendship and I have been avoiding this topic for a long time, but it seems that it’s time to talk about terrorism.   News haven’t been pleasant […]

  • Jake and Emma trekking Mount Doom (Photo source: Jake P Olivier)

    Travelling With A New Born: Some Tips To Make It Easier!

    Written by guest bloggers Jake & Emma Olivier   If you have recently welcomed a newborn baby into your family then it is completely understandable that you may be hesitant about scheduling your next vacation abroad. Fortunately, if you plan […]

  • A Weekend In Lausanne

    A Weekend In Lausanne

      You know that moment when you realised that you’ve just filled your entire camera’s memory on the same back drop over and over again? I had that moment on the weekend, sitting on the lake shore being mesmerised by […]

  • Image source: Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 4.0-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0 | Credit to: MGA73bot2

    Top Five Things To Do In Kuching

      Most international travellers heading to Borneo side of Malaysia think of going to Sabah, and few show interest to venture west into Sarawak. Being the crazy cat lady that I am, I was originally drawn to Kuching for its […]

  • Guy Fawkes celebrations in Lewes (Image source: Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 2.0| Credit to: Peter Trimming)

    Guy Fawkes and Fireworks

      It’s Guy Fawkes Day this Thursday (5 November), something that I experienced last year as a fresh arrival, and having just came from a country where fireworks are banned (outside the nation’s tiny capital) it was quite a stir. […]

  • The Fab Four of Liverpool

    The Fab Four of Liverpool

    Come together, right now. Over me. My mother is a big Beatles fan. I am also partial to a good tune by the Fab Four, and visiting Liverpool was somewhat of a pilgrimage, made on behalf of my mother to […]

  • A Family Trip On The Trans Siberian

    A Family Trip On The Trans Siberian

    Continuing with the family travel series is Deborah Chan of Ardent Traveler. Deborah has recently just completed a bit of a month-long epic China / Trans Siberian journey with her husband and 2.5 years old son and describes it as […]