• Essential Apps for Travelling

    July 3, 2014 1 Comment

    The developments in technology in recent years are amazing. We have so many new ways of keeping in touch, keeping us on track, and keeping us amused that it is hard to remember a world before computers, a world before smart phones, a world before apps. Travel is one of those parts of our lives that has really been transformed by technology – and generally for the better. In this article we take a look at some of our favourite apps to have at our fingertips when we are travelling.

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  • Travel Gear Interview: Nigel from Adventure Underwear

    July 23, 2013 2 Comments

    Hey guys! Today we’re bringing you an awesome interview with our friend Nigel from Adventure Underwear. Adventure Underwear is the newest kid on the block when it comes to awesome travel gear, and Nigel has lots to say about his new company and product. If you’ve ever had to pay for your lunch with sopping wet Baht or fallen victim to stolen Euro, Adventure Underwear may just be for you. Read on to learn more about this fab new group and the man behind the briefs.

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  • Breaking Australia’s Crazy Driving Laws

    July 16, 2013 No Comments

    You’ll note the title of this article references Australia’s “crazy” driving laws – not the sane ones! There are lots of driving rules here down under that I’m perfectly happy to comply with. But, like any country, Australia has some incredibly silly driving rules as well. Inspired by our recent laws regarding stopping for pedestrians while turning into a street – which has sparked no little controversy and probably caused quite a few accidents – I’ve compiled a list of some of the best. I mean, how often are you able to find a cohesive set of laws that features both bales of hay and cat burglary? Read on, my Australian friends!

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  • Italy’s Cinque Terre

    June 21, 2013 1 Comment

    On Italy’s north west coast you will find the Cinque Terre or the “Five Lands” in English. On this rugged coast of the Italian Riviera there are five villages to hop between and adventures to be had while submerged in the Cinque Terre National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Over centuries terraces have been built on the rough, steep cliffs that overlook the sea, creating breathtaking views of the Italian countryside. The villages can only be accessed by boat, train, or hiking trails.

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  • Is a Eurail Pass Right for You?

    June 7, 2013 No Comments

    If you’re planning on doing some extended travel throughout Europe, one of the first questions you’re quite likely to get from friends and family is whether or not you’ll be buying a Eurail pass. The pass has a fantastic reputation for being a traveler’s key to discovering Europe – limitless train rides, fantastic countryside views, convenient but exciting adventure. But who is a Eurail pass right for, and who’s better off booking individual travel trips instead?

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  • Take a Hike…Up Everest

    June 5, 2013 No Comments

    To be standing at the top of the world is a place that many people feel they can go in their mind. After getting a new job, finding the love of your life, or standing on a sandy beach may make you feel like you are on the top of the world. But for some that may not be enough, and for the ones who want to literally stand on the top of the world they set their sights on Mount Everest. According to climber George Mallory some climb “because it’s there.”

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  • Three Alternative California Destinations

    April 12, 2013 No Comments

    When we think of visiting California a few cities come to mind, Los Angeles, San Francisco, or San Diego perhaps. While all these places can be known as must-sees, there are surely plenty of other possibilities to keep you entertained in the Sunshine State. California is more than half of the United States west coastline. In all that area lays many more secrets of wonder and enchantment. 

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  • Hidden Hong Kong on the Cheap

    March 25, 2013 1 Comment

    This isn’t going to be your typical Hong Kong things to do. If you’re looking for that – here’s my advice – read Time Magazine: go see the Peak, take a Heli-Tour, High Tea at The Peninsula. If you’re on a budget, go see the real Hong Kong and experience the sights, smells, tastes, and people of the SAR on the cheap.

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  • 5 Reasons to Go Abroad

    March 15, 2013 No Comments

    There will be a time when you will have the chance to travel abroad or live in another country. Take the opportunity and never look back. No matter what happens, you won’t regret stretching the limits of your comfort zone and your passport.

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5 Great Tips for Travellers Everywhere

September 1, 2015 No Comments


If you are a travel fanatic, or simply a person who wants to see the world really soon, you’ve come to the right place. Maybe you’re looking for some useful tips that will help you out preparing for a trip. Good news. Today we’re going to share some random, yet super handy tips, for travellers everywhere (and especially those who tend to forget stuff easily).

So read on, learn what we have to say and prepare yourself for travelling further and more stress-free.


Tips for Eating Well but on the Cheap while Travelling

August 17, 2015 No Comments

When travelling around the world, it can be pretty easy to spend a not-so-small fortune on food and drink. After all, it’s something you can’t avoid buying, and the prices will soon add up.

However, feeding yourself while away from home doesn’t have to cost you the earth. We’ve come up with some tips to help you eat well whilst you’re travelling, but how to do so without breaking the bank. You can also keep flight prices down with the help of the Bravofly iOS app, too.


10 Amazing Must-Visit Places on Holiday In France

July 31, 2015 No Comments

The obvious sights and tourist attractions across France are all well and good, but often it’s the slightly more hidden and less travelled gems that make for the most incredible experiences.