Hostel Review: Clink 78 – Kings Cross, London

By |August 28th, 2014|

Staying in a hostel for the night, when I live in the same city?  … yep, guilty.  But with good reason.

So to a couple of weeks ago, where I had a party  to attend out in the northern regions of zone 5.  As I live in zone 6, you may not think this an issue, […]

Hostel life: Top or bottom bunk?

By |August 7th, 2014|

Are you a Top Bunk W*nker?

Excuse the profanity, I wouldn’t normally use such a crude opening line to a post, but having just returned from the cinema and having seen the new Inbetweeners movie trailer, my backpacking instincts tell me that ‘Top Bunk W*anker’ is a phase you’re going to have to get used to […]

Post Mortem: How I fared with my return to solo travelling

By |February 19th, 2014|

Well that was different, and not entirely what I was expecting, or prepared for.  First off I was expecting snow, of which there was none, and secondly I was expecting a few like minded people, but they were few and far between.  In fact other backpackers and hostel dorm mates were generally in short supply, […]

Dorm Room Dilemma’s

By |October 17th, 2013|

Say what you see.  This post is simply going to investigate those tough and awkward situations that often rear their fugly heads when sharing a hostel dorm room with a bunch of strangers.  Hostel life hey, never a dull moment.

 

1.  Who and at what point is it safe to turn the light off.

a)  You’re closest […]

Announcing HostelBookers as our partner for Laos and Cambodia

By |April 1st, 2013|

If you dont already know, in just a few days I’m off to explore Laos and Cambodia, two countries I should have visited a long time ago on my gap year, but failed miserably. Well anyway, this Friday once the working day is done I shall be getting on a plane to Bangkok and setting […]

An interview with @Chrystalclear_

By |July 2nd, 2012|

‘Am i cool enough to be interviewed?’ she asked over an email … of course she bloody well is, she a backpacker and has recently been doing her thing and taking some amazing pictures all around the Balkans on an epic roadtrip.  She also hails from a town which might have the best name for […]

An interview with Becki of bordersofadventure.com

By |June 20th, 2012|

Uh oh, here comes trouble. Well you’ve all probably spoken to Becki either on twitter or at a London blogger meet-up, she’s a erm … social butterfly haha.  I jest, all round top chick and a great mate, she’s none to shabby at a quiz either.  Sadly for us Londoners its not long now until Becki’s off […]

An interview with @scottishemma123 of emmastraveltales.com

By |June 6th, 2012|

Fresh from a wee (see what i did there, wee … scotland … never mind) trip around Australia, Emma from emmastraveltales.com was nice enough to pen a few answers to my usual bunch of interview questions about travel inspiration and futures plans. To be fair she did owe me after an eventful night in Covent […]

Ireland Roadtrip Summary: Cost and Mileage

By |May 31st, 2012|

So thats the Ireland roadtrip all done with. 9 Amazing days and a lot of miles covered within that time, but every one totally worth it.  There were a few places we planned to visit that we never quite made it to, Westport for example we had to skip, but it looks amazing so maybe we’ll […]

Ireland Roadtrip: Days 6-9 – Galway to Limerick and Newcastle West

By |May 28th, 2012|

Day 6-9 Mini Summary:
Day 6 – Drive from Galway to Limerick via the cliffs of Moher –  It was a fairly straight forward coastal drive in the sunshine.  The cliffs were well sign posted, but there were lots of big ass coaches on the road also, ferry tourists from Dublin and other such places.  To […]

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