Not only is the Shinkansen bullet train an efficient way to travel around Japan, it’s also a pretty unique experience that visitors to the country should try at least once. These trains reach speeds of up to 320 km/h, always […]
As you watch all the luggage go around the baggage carousel at the airport, you might notice a clear divide – some of those bags are locked while others aren’t. In fact, most of them usually aren’t. We know the importance of keeping our belongings safe as we travel, so why are many people so relaxed about their bags while flying?
Whether you’ve got tickets for your favourite event or you just want to be there to experience the buzz of the Olympic Games, visiting Tokyo this summer is an exciting prospect. If you’re lucky enough to be going, then here […]
We all think that being a flight attendant is all glitz and glamour but what is it really like? In this month’s Life of a flight attendant interview series, we sat down with Mel to get a glimpse of her life […]
When you travel for extended periods, there are probably various gadgets you bring along with you. You’ve got your phone, maybe a laptop for working, a games console or drone and tablet for entertainment, plus chargers and accessories for each […]
Your phone is one of your most valuable possessions when travelling overseas, and I don’t just mean financially. You use it to find your way around new cities, book transport to the next destination, capture and store travel photos, keep […]
Bali is an exciting and exotic island that attracts hordes of tourists, expats, and digital nomads every year. It’s a place that should be on everyone’s bucket list whether for a short vacation or a longer stay. If you’re planning […]
Hiring a car is, perhaps, one of the best ways to travel. You’re not limited by distance or having to arrange trains and buses. You can pretty much go wherever you want, whenever you want. But it helps to be […]
It’s pretty incredible that technology even allows us to access the internet on a cruise ship in the middle of the ocean. But, unfortunately, the wireless internet available on such cruises is slow, unreliable, and expensive. Some people see this […]
What is it like to live on the road and travel the world as a solo female traveler? In this month’s digital nomad interview series, we sat down with Aleah Taboclaon of Solitary Wanderer to get a glimpse of her life as a remote worker and a travel blogger.