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Blog, Destinations, Uncategorized / 31.08.2017

It is no secret that Barcelona is one of the hot spots of Europe. From surreal Gaudi architecture that looks like a out of dream to tantalizing world famous cuisine to endless beaches filled with the scantily clad, Barcelona is a force to be reckoned with and has earned its reputation. Being a hotspot, especially in the last two decades, BCN does have more than its fair share of the annoying large tour groups with the goofy tour leader waving an umbrella to follow – however, it still...

Travel Tips / 30.08.2017

As someone who has spent many years travelling all over the world, my travel style is probably very different from most. Unlike many people who maybe take a one or two week vacation from work, I tend to take longer trips, finding a place to stay for a few months and using it as my base to explore other regions. I usually settle in a place where I know I can get cheap flights to other destinations, like Barcelona or Bangkok. Unfortunately many travel insurers and policies only cover...

Blog, USA / 29.08.2017

While my hostel partying days may be over since I now get raging hangovers I've hit my 30s, I do reminisce on my backpacking days travelling around the USA without a car, praying not to end up in the dead in a gutter. Back then all I needed was a super cheap place on Hostelworld where I could rest my head and meet other 20p-something travellers. It didn't matter what the room looked like - as long as there was an endless flow of booze, fun and unforeseeable consequences,...