So you want to go travelling for the first time, but have no idea where to begin. Whether you’re booked and ready for your first travel adventure, or you’re still figuring things out, but want to get away someday, hopefully this post will answer some of the common questions you have.
When I first began travelling one of the questions I used to get asked by my friends and family back in England was, “How do you make friends while travelling on my own?”
If you’ve never travelled solo, you might be thinking it must get very lonely and boring because you’re by yourself nearly all of the time. In fairness, it can get lonely, but the actual being ‘alone’ part couldn’t be further from the truth.
Until a few weeks ago I liked the idea of magic, but I wasn’t a true believer. And then I picked up a copy of ‘The Magic’
When most people think of Amsterdam what first springs to mind is marijuana and prostitution. But after taking a deeper look around you’ll see this liberal city has so much more to offer than just sex and drugs. So here’s my round-up of things to do in Amsterdam.
Despite meeting new people every day sometimes travelling solo gets lonely. Combat that loneliness.
For all of us, the next 10 years will pass before we know it. My 10 year plan isn’t quite there yet. Read to find out why that’s okay.
I completed the Hanoi Half Marathon. It was the third 21km race I’ve taken part in and I beat my PB! Here’s 21 thoughts that ran through my head as I chased that 21km goal.
The last 12 months travelling has been amazing but I wouldn’t have been able to do it with technology! So here’s a roundup of the 10 Apps I think all travellers MUST have. And bonus, they’re all free on iOS and Android!
For the next part of Munji’s Vietnam adventure we headed to the green mountains of northwestern Vietnam, Sapa. The town overlooks terraced rice fields of the Muong Hoa Valley.
Watch the video below to see what me and my best friend got up to when we visited Hoi An.