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Blog / 01.06.2018

I was first introduced to Mealpal by my buddy and fellow travel blogger Nomadic Matt, who is a budget travel expert and the author of "How to Travel the World on $50 per day". Over oysters and wine with friends he gave us the sales pitch about how awesome the app is and how it allows him to get lunch for less than $6 per day. At first I was a bit skeptical because I work from home so I don't usually go out for lunch - instead I...

Blog / 31.05.2018

Schoolies are always looking for new places to celebrate after a hectic exam week. After all who doesn’t love to spend a good time after some boring and tough weeks have passed. Fiji is becoming a popular place for schoolies celebrations and there are several reasons for that. Parents Are Concerned Many parents are not choosing Gold Coast as a place for spending holidays; instead they are sending their kids to locations like Fiji. The concern is due to the crackdown on underage drinking in Gold Coast. It was obvious that...

Uncategorized / 28.05.2018

Nowadays, it can be more or less challenging to get the right kind of equipment for your RV, especially if you’re planning to take a USA road trip and looking to spend as much time in it as possible. In the summer, things can get quite hot in a motorhome if you have no system to ensure the right temperature for you, your friends, or your family. Fortunately for you, we’ve put together a simple guide that you can use to make sure that you get just the right...

Blog / 26.05.2018

8.5 million people live in NYC. It's one of the busiest and most exciting cities in the world and you'd think that it would be easy to make loads of friends, right? Well initially it seems that way. It's not hard to run into people of all walks of life in New York. The city has this fast-paced energy and coming from a place like London, where people are much more reserved, east coast Americans are much more forward. On my first week in NYC I had no shortage...

Blog / 25.05.2018

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in. My rent in Chelsea, Manhattan is $1700 per month and that's just for a room. If you want to have your own 1-bedroom apartment expect to pay around $3000 and up. Then, with all the socialising you're going to be doing (that's why you're in NYC right?) things can soon add up. $15 cocktails on a weeknight, $50 meals at dinner time...

Uncategorized / 25.05.2018

There are many things Prague is famous for: the Charles Bridge, its architectural beauty and the famous Wenceslas Square. But away from the stag and hen designed attractions lies some of the cities true beauty and best places to discover on your trip to the Czech capital. Here is LNOF’s top ten best kept secrets in Prague: The Anonymous Bar Set in a former stable house in the Old Town, hidden from prying eyes and under a picture of the film hero’s mask, Anonymous is dominating the capital’s cocktail scene. The...

Blog / 22.05.2018

If you are a newly engaged couple, congratulations! Perhaps you have been engaged a while and only just got around to thinking about where you want to go on your first holiday together as newlyweds. Whatever stage of wedding planning you are at, choosing where to go on honeymoon is very exciting. No doubt you will be have been bombarded with ideas from wedding magazines, brochures, and friends and family, making it a little tricky to choose. One place you must consider is the wonderful city of San...

Blog / 21.05.2018

Want to learn how to become a travel blogger? Read my free guide lessons I've learned from a decade of travel blogging. I've made all the mistakes so you don't have to!  So you've seen travel bloggers living it up on trips abroad and you want a slice of the action? I've been a professional travel blogger now for 10 years and this job has taken me all over the world. I've been fortunate enough to be invited on press trips to exotic places such as Madagascar, Iceland, Japan and China....

Blog / 14.05.2018

Traveling to destinations for a week is great. It gives you a taste of freedom, of a different culture, all into a bite-sized snack that is easily doable for most people. Taking time off to travel slowly, however, requires far more preparation. Road trips, backpacking, and even trekking through different countries all requires physical and mental experience. You wouldn’t want to stop in the middle of your journey because you’ve pushed your body too far, after all. You want to keep going as much as you can, you...

Blog / 12.05.2018

Angling has undoubtedly become one of the most popular times of Americans over the years. It’s estimated that there are about fifty million fishermen and women in the United States alone, so that’s a good pointer that can tell us just how popular the sport can be all over the world. If you’re an avid fisher and you want to go on a trip for several weeks, you might find it hard to tackle the challenges of traveling with your fishing equipment. Sure, if you are planning to go...