Sydney is Australia’s largest, oldest and most expensive city; and it is easy to see why. Commonly mistaken for Australia’s capital (which it is not), Sydney hugs the east coast and proudly surrounds the world’s largest natural harbour and stretches towards the incredible Blue Mountains to the West. Ranking…
This is a guest post written by Amber & Billy Parker from https://www.lessonsfromtravel.com × Dismiss alert As I gazed upon the approaching Phnom Penh International Airport, I remember asking myself in disbelief, “What am I doing?” In the summer of 2010, my now husband and…5 Things I Want to Tell My 2010 Self About Traveling Abroad
Venice is utterly stunning. Situated within the historical channels of a lagoon, Venice is one of the most popular destinations on the globe. With gondolas floating down the picturesque canals, quaint bridges connecting passageways and beautifully mazed streets, Venice is known to be one of the most…How To Travel Venice On A Backpacker Budget
Make Medellín a Must for your next South American Adventure. Katty and I (Tim), just finished a three-month stint living in Medellín, Colombia. I hope I can convince you to put it high up on your list of must go destinations! Although we left after…Tim’s Tasty Travelling Guide to Medellín, Colombia.
One of the most popular questions i get asked is “how can you afford to travel for so long?” and “how can I work and travel at the same time, just like you?” Well…its finally time to answer the age old question. The secret is…Work & Travel: Top 14 Travel Jobs That Will Pay For Your Travels
Travelling alone for the first time can be daunting and scary. Stepping outside your comfort zone for the first time is something us humans are not very good at. It’ll make you feel uneasy doing things you’ve never done before, but so does going for an interview…8 BEST Destinations For First-Time Solo Backpackers
Living on the road doesn’t mean you can’t eat well! What follows is a tasty guide to feeding yourself during your road-trip travels. I hope that you find my insights and advice useful when planning road trips and camping trips up the East coast of…From The Van, To The Pan: Tim’s Road-trip Recipes
Dear Cusco, You have my heart. You are the exception to my “I hate cities” rule. I had been waiting for a long time to reach Cusco, and this would be my introduction to Peru as a whole. This area of the world has been…Cusco, Peru
The (Unguided) Guide on the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu: Ahhhh, Machu Picchu. One of the (new) 7 wonders of the world. An ancient, Incan civilization built in the 15th century, but only discovered by the modern world in 1911 (kind of). Approximately 200 homes and temples built…The (UNGUIDED) Guide On The Salkantary Trek: How To Trek To MACHU PICCHU – FO’ FREE!
Located west of Java and East of Lombok, Bali is a backpacker’s idea of HEAVEN. Simply put…Bali is incredible and has been voted GoKo Travels No1 destination for backpackers. The dramatically beautiful rice paddies, stunning beaches, challenging hikes and hospitable locals…Bali is a place of dreams. And IT’S CHEAP.…The Ultimate Bali Travel Guide
We slowly approached the wooden dock on the beach. “Bienvenidos a Padre Cocha” read the big white letters on the hill. 20 foot collectivo boats lined the shore. People got on and off, carrying groceries and cargo they had purchased in Iquitos. Others stood still, staring and laughing…PILPINTUWASI: SIX WEEKS AT AN ANIMAL RESCUE IN THE AMAZON JUNGLE