Author Archives: Ariana Ostrow

About Ariana Ostrow

Ariana Ostrow began her career in travel writing in 2008 during hertime spent living abroad in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Editor of

Why Maui is Still the Perfect Paradise Destination

In the recent decades, thanks to the fall in cost of global travel and the growing increase of a DIY-attitude, the number of people attracted to experiencing true paradise on holiday has diminished in light of cheap and cheerful backpacking…

Top 3 Shore Diving Locations In The World

When it comes to shore diving, there are so many interesting options that are available for travelers from all around the world. It is not at all difficult to find something that is really great but, obviously, some destinations are…


Unpopping Cork

If you want to discover a really beautiful side of the Emerald Isle whilst enjoying cosmopolitan city life, some of the country’s best beaches – and a whole lot more besides than Cork has it all.


How to Spend a Week in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

A gateway to the sacred cities of Mecca and Medina, Jeddah is a stunning location, offering an irresistible mix of the old and new. Fusing traditional coral architecture with contemporary design, Jeddah is the perfect retreat, offering a tranquil escape…


How to Earn Extra Travel Money has always been behind the independent traveller spirited enough to see the world with little in their pockets except a handful of dreams. That’s why we try to help people every which way we can to go travelling a…


Malaga: Spain’s Underrated Jewel

Growing up in the UK, Spain is a place you come to know where Brits go to unwind, kick-back, escape and otherwise get some rest and relaxation from the unpredictable weather. Malaga, however, is one of those cities that, thanks…


London: 10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know

There’s been a lot said and written about the British capital. So much so that any attempt to fully understand it, or even sketch out a brief itinerary, seems something of an almost impossible task. London continues to mesmerise travellers,…