A travel blogger interview with Audrey of @thatbackpacker

By |January 14th, 2013|

Woo, first interview of 2013.  The last few weeks have been a bit quiet on the interview front, what with Xmas and new year.  But now we’re back and back with a bang I might add.  This weeks interviewee is one part of a blogging super couple well know for their exploits out in Korea. […]

A travel blogger interview with Amanda from @farsickness

By |October 1st, 2012|

If I could turn back the clock and change my travel history in any way, to have spent a year teaching abroad would be my wish. I should have taught abroad, and I guess I still could, but at the risk of sounding lazy, it’d be a lot harder for me to do so now, […]

A travel blogger interview with one trailing spouse (@emilyemcgee)

By |August 13th, 2012|

I’ve seen a number of posts over the last 12 months on travelling as a couple, for the majority they’re good articles offering advice on how to make your travels work for both parties involved.  Sadly some of those posts written based on personal experiences detail failed attempts at romance on the road, but every […]

Africa vs. South America – Where to Volunteer?

By |July 4th, 2012|

Having decided you want to do some volunteering overseas, you’re probably a thoughtful, responsible and caring person, and the idea of two continents fighting for your attention probably isn’t what you imagined. But that’s what’s happening here: South America vs. Africa, where should you go? They are the two most popular continents amongst young people […]

An interview with @thetripologist

By |January 21st, 2012|

Finally I got him, after having sent his answers a month ago, and me not recieving them, Jim aka @thetripologist now finally (after another failed attempt, stupid hotmail) has his TBI up and online, high 5’s all round.   Here’s what Jim had to say, enjoy …

Name: Jim Cheney
Age: 29, but 31 in Korean age. Yes, […]

Volunteering – is it worth the money?

By |June 1st, 2011|

Volunteering can be quite expensive, it looks great on your CV and promises to get you as close to living in a local community as possible, but prices can sometimes reach into the thousand’s, add to that  the costs of your flights,  travel equipment and insurance and it can all seem very pricey.  But is […]