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London Etiquette – Things to Do or Not Do in London

There are plenty of great things to do in London, but before you visit it is a good idea to take note of some of the things not-to-do while in the capital. Here are some words of wisdom from Londoners about London’s etiquette. Stand on the right on the tube escalator is a rule you will soon become aware of. The left hand side of the escalator is for people moving faster than you and want to pass you by walking up...

Weather In Europe: What to Expect

Europe has everything when it comes to weather. Everything. It will depend, of course, on what time of year you wish to visit. That’s probably the first decision one must make when looking into a European holiday or backpacking trip. Do I want to go in summer or winter or somewhere in between? Both have their pros and cons. Summer in Europe is probably my favourite, although winter is a treat too. Backpacking...

Dressing for a Long Distance Ride

Appropriately packing for upcoming travels can be difficult a difficult task. This can be proven to be even more difficult when you’re traveling via motorcycle. When it comes to selecting the right attire for the long distance ride that you’re going on, you want to wear something comfortable, weather appropriate, and protective. This is why being doing your research, and being prepared can be the best way to...

Casino Lover’s Delight: Epic World Map

I came across this epic “Casino World Map” which shows all the best casinos in the world. Some of these I definitely want to visit and I couldn’t help but share. I’m not a huge gambler, but the fanciest casinos have a certain “pizzazz” that makes for an amazing atmosphere. As a traveler, seeing something new and interesting is definitely on my radar, and some of these spots would...

Tips for Choosing the Best Backpackers Travel Insurance

Travel insurance with a focus on backpacking is always super important, and this article provides a few handy tips! I just got back from a backpacking trip around Cambodia and Thailand and it was truly the experience of a lifetime – I got off the beaten track, met some amazing people and saw sights I’d never thought I’d see. But – it could’ve all gone wrong. Two weeks in, I cut my arm while kayaking. And...

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