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hollywood, west coast holiday itinerary

3 Awesome Cities to Add to Your West Coast Holiday Itinerary

Beaches, hot weather and wine. That’s what springs to mind whenever people think of the West Coast. And yes, you’ll find that here alright. But there’s so much more to it than that. In this blog, I’ll tell you exactly why the West Coast rocks, what you should do and what you should not, and most importantly, how to save money while you’re doing it. If you’re putting...

All aboard the Fun Bus Long Island tour in New York

  New York City is like no other place on earth. The noise, colours, gigantic neon signs and the scent of street food hit you all at once. There are a million things you can do in New York, but if your time is limited, then I recommend you hop aboard the fun bus long island tour in New York. It will introduce you to some of the most awesome attractions you’re...

backpacker jobs, travel photography

12 Awesome Backpacker Jobs You’ll Actually Love

The one thing that is standing between explorers and the rest of the world is money. There are so many blogs out there about how you can start your own business or become a freelancer but let’s face it, that’s easier said than done. Not everyone can be the next answer to Richard Branson, and many of the existing freelancer websites pays peanuts at best. The ones I...

Myanmar, villager

A day in the life at a Burmese village

I was in Myanmar when we walked into the dorm room. There were many elderly and disabled Burmese men in various states of suffering and the smell of sewage filled the air. The reason for that was because there was one very unwell and severely disabled man who was lying in his own excrement on a bed in the centre of the room. We learned that he had been left like that...

Life after Jeju: Love, Sex And The DMZ

The second half of my South Korean journey involved swimming under powerful Korean waterfalls, visiting sex exhibitions, chilling out on breathtaking islands and embarking on a dark underground journey to the North Korean border. After my short foray into Japan I passed rows and rows of industrial buildings and hazy, smoke-filled factories as the bus rolled through...

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