Posts in Travel
The Essential Items For Travelling In Style On A Long-Haul Flight**

Travelling to your destination can be a stressful experience. This is especially the case if you’re flying long-haul and haven’t got all the essentials you need on the flight. With that in mind, here’s a useful guide to the best things to take with you, when you want to travel in style.

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Travel Diaries: An Evening In Lisbon, Portugal

In January I got the chance to visit Portugal for work. Whilst I mainly stayed in Cascais, a beautiful seaside region just outside of Lisbon, I also got to visit Lisbon for one evening. I was actually quite lucky because the company I work for arranged for a tram tour of the city which enabled us to see a lot of the city in such a short amount of time. I'd definitely recommend it if you're short on time when visiting.

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Five Travel Accessories Your Carry On Shouldn’t Be Without**

When you travel regularly, it’s quite easy for you to get your baggage down. Sure, a lot of the time, you are going to need to check in luggage and you may need to take a lot of stuff with you. But, the more that you travel, the easier you’ll find it to keep your packing under control. It’s definitely something to aim for, because the smarter you pack, the easier it will be for you to travel. And not only that, it’s definitely a benefit to ensure that you only ever take what you need. Packing light can make travel less complicated. And, to help you to do this, it’s always a great idea for you to make sure that you have your carry on planned out and packed perfectly. Because a well-packed carry on can make your travel more enjoyable.

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Three Reasons Why You Should Travel As Much As Possible When You're A Student**

Travel is undoubtedly one of life’s most uplifting and incredible experiences. When we travel, we are able to see and appreciate a wider degree of the essential mystery and wonder found in the world. We experience different cultures, foods, sights, sounds, and encounter different people living according to different rhythms and traditions.

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Travel Advice For People With Empty Bank Accounts**

Maybe you sigh when you hear your friends or family members talk about fantastic holidays they’ve had because you don’t have the funding to go travelling. However, anybody can change their situation and pull together the money necessary for a trip (whether it’s a short trip or a long one). The point is that you shouldn’t let money prevent you from exploring; it’s a hurdle that’s easy to jump. Here’s some travelling advice for those with empty bank accounts.

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Travel Diaries: 24 Hours In Edinburgh, Scotland

It's no secret that I travel alot... Not just for pleasure - but for work too! Earlier on this year I had the opportunity with work to undertake some video production training in Edinburgh. Obviously, I went along and so did my camera. However as we were there for only a short time and with majority of the day being taken up by work I had to be wise with how I spent my free time. 

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Why Travellers Like To Chase The Sun...**

When you travel, you feel on top of the world, literally. You can go to new and exciting places, meet all kinds of interesting people, eat plenty of rich and delicious foods you’ve never heard of, and go sightseeing around some amazing historic sights. But when it comes to deciding where to travel to do all of these things, we usually opt for somewhere with higher than average temperatures and a lack of cloud cover.

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Travel Diaries: Exploring Hamburg, Germany

I'm lucky enough to travel quite a bit for work. At the beginning of this year I jetted off to Hamburg, Germany. While I was only there a short time, I still managed to find some time to see the city and take a few snaps along the way. Obviously, for majority of my time in Hamburg I was in meetings or similar so much of my adventuring took place in the dusk and dark. 

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