Best Travel Organisers

I bought myself a travel organiser. That’s not like me, I’m the most un-travel gadgeted professional full-time traveler ( 3 years now) you’ll ever virtually meet, but , loved them and had to have one. I did some hunting for best travel organisers ( see the other organisers further down the page or go straight […]

Living Differently. Nomadic Travel With Kids.

How many years have I been writing blog posts? Don’t know? Well I’ll tell you, it’s 4. The conversation between Chef and I, the one that changed our lives, took place 4 years ago in our garden in Australia and I’ve been blogging about it from every corner of the globe since. Only I haven’t. […]

How to Save Money on Flights with Skyscanner

Of all the tools we use for finding bargains in the travel world, Skyscanner is number 1. This week we saved ourselves £100 per person, £300 total, on flights to Sri Lanka, just through using the Skyscanner tips we share here. Let’s take a look at how to use Skyscanner to find the best bargains. Skyscanner […]

Will Travel Blogging Fund Long Term Travel?

When we set off on this adventure in 2013 we hoped we could travel indefinitely, or at least for several years, on our savings and a few small income sources. We had a travel blog that was doing OK and we had a dream, would, could, travel blogging fund long term travel? 1 year in and […]

Backpack, Travel Pack or Suitcase? Which to Choose.

I’m sure you all know what backpacks and suitcases are, but many won’t know about travel packs. They are my preferred luggage, I’ve been carrying the same travel pack around the world since 2012 and it’s still in great condition. But how to choose which style of luggage is best for you? To a great […]

Finding The Money to Travel.

How did we raise the money to travel as a lifestyle choice for three years plus ? We’ve been travelling full-time for over 3 years now, without a traditional job between us and loving our new non-conventional life. Raising the money to travel was hard work initially, we weren’t rich, didn’t win the lottery and […]

What is Enough Socialisation?

I received an e-mail from a reader recently. He and his wife were thinking of taking their child on a travel adventure, a taste of worldschooling, but were concerned about socialization. They thought she wouldn’t “get enough socialization away from her friends” and asked for my opinion. It’s an interesting question and one I enjoyed […]

Family Accommodation Budapest. Review

We had such a great experience with this family apartment and hostel in Budapest that it gets its own post. We found it by accident, searching for a place to stay in Budapest on Hotels Combined, just the night before in Prague ( where we used Hostel Elf, good, but not this good!)  Looking at […]

Best Family Hotels Bangkok. Reviews and Recommendations

It’s hard to know where to stay in Bangkok and finding family accommodation in Thailand’s vibrant capital is harder still. Most hotels and hostels in Bangkok cater for singles and couples, but we’ve searched for the best family hotels in Bangkok, tried many and can share our reviews and recommendations here with you. We list […]

Driving Across Europe. Never Again!

We’ve done our share of driving across Europe in the last 18 months. We’ve done it 3 times now, from London, to Romania and back again. The first time it went pretty well and I posted about that Europe road trip here. The second time we were caught in the middle of a crazy heat […]

Best Family Hotels Cardiff : Reviews

If you’ve visiting Wales’s capital with your family we have a selection of reviews for best family hotels in Cardiff for you.  Also included are apartments, hostels and other accommodation in Cardiff to suit all budget points. All of these family hotels have rooms for at least 4 people and either a good reputation, or […]

Wales Roadtrip, Pembrokeshire to Cardigan Bay

After sitting tight in Tenby for 9 days for the Ironman Wales event, we hopped in the car and headed West to explore more of Wales. Tenby, Pembrokeshire and the central South Wales coast are very familiar holiday destinations so driving further west into new parts of Wales and Ceredigion was a real pleasure and […]

Wales Ironman 2016

I’m sure you know that September 17th was the big day, Wales Ironman 2016 and Chef absolutely nailed it! Thinking though, there’s a simple message here, you can do it. Whatever dream or ambition you carry, you have the power within you to make it happen. Set a date, buy a ticket, next stop the […]