Time has moved slowly over the past few weeks. You may have noticed a sudden decline in activity across social media and the blog. Maybe you haven’t. There is a reason. One you may not expect. Continue reading →
We all want to take decent photographs while on holidays. Pretty sure you’d be lying if you disagreed with this. I’m by no means a photography or camera expert. Quite the opposite. But it is an interest of mine and because it’s essential in capturing moments while travelling. Continue reading →
Pretty simple question right? It would be a shame to miss out on capturing a golden photography moment; the camel spitting at your partner; the lion sniffing your safari car’s roll-bar; Rhonda being re-united with Ketut. Yes, it is important to have a camera.
When you work full-time, maximising your time when traveling is very important. Having the precious commodity of annual leave each year means that I don’t like wasting time unnecessarily and this is especially true during transit. Continue reading →
So I’m going a little off-track today. I’m letting you in on a little secret of mine that I wouldn’t normally make too much of a deal about. But I thought hey, it’s some light-hearted reading, if not disgusting, and still relates to travel in some respect.
Have you ever wondered what the Philippines are really like? Made up of many islands, today we have a guest post from Ian Delgado featuring Kalanggaman Island. Ian is the Content Photo Editor and Photographer for GoAbroad.com. Continue reading →
Getting around the island of Bali can be a headache. What type of transport should you use? How much should you pay? Concluding my series of posts providing advice of avoiding the almost guaranteed occurrence of being ripped off in Bali, I am going to finish with transportation. Continue reading →