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Kuala Lumpur has become something of a second home for us when we travel to South East Asia. Mainly because it’s the hub for Air Asia, where inexpensive ...
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Nov
2017
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Which Area to Stay in Kuala Lumpur for Tourists

Kuala Lumpur has become something of a second home for us when we travel to South East Asia. Mainly because it’s the hub for Air Asia, where inexpensive flights can be purchased to anywhere else in the region, but also because there’s plenty to see and do in and around the city. Delicious Malaysian food is in…

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Living and working abroad opens your eyes in more ways than one. From commercial to personal growth, you will probably learn more about yourself in six months a...
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Oct
2017
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5 Life Lessons You Learn From Working Abroad

Living and working abroad opens your eyes in more ways than one. From commercial to personal growth, you will probably learn more about yourself in six months abroad than you would during two years at home. If you are dreaming about the digital nomad lifestyle, or about to embark on a travel journey — here…

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So, you’ve taken the plunge and decided to head to the glitz and glam of the city that never sleeps! There’s no doubt that a whole world of exciting times a...
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Oct
2017
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Doing Las Vegas Like a Local

So, you’ve taken the plunge and decided to head to the glitz and glam of the city that never sleeps! There’s no doubt that a whole world of exciting times awaits you when you arrive, so why not make the most of your trip by cutting out the tourist traps and experiencing this incredible city…

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Many bad things can happen during the course of a flight, and delayed or cancelled flights are right up there with the worst of them. Yes, screaming toddlers an...
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Oct
2017
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Flying to the US? Here’s What to Do if You’re Delayed or Cancelled

Many bad things can happen during the course of a flight, and delayed or cancelled flights are right up there with the worst of them. Yes, screaming toddlers and armrest hegemony don’t even come close. There is nothing that beats spending endless hours at the airport terminal, only for the ticker to update 5 hours…

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As a digital nomad, you literally have the keys to the world. In fact, the hardest part is choosing where to go next – especially when there’s so many ...
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Oct
2017
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6 Digital Nomad Hotspots You Need To Check Out

As a digital nomad, you literally have the keys to the world. In fact, the hardest part is choosing where to go next – especially when there’s so many options to pick from! Internet. Affordability. Meeting the right people. Tropical weather. These are all things you’ll want to think about… So how do you pick the perfect…

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When we began looking at accommodation options for during our time in Egypt’s history-rich city of Luxor, we had no idea that we’d need to make a ...
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Oct
2017
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Luxor West Bank Guide: What to Do, See, Eat & Sleep

When we began looking at accommodation options for during our time in Egypt’s history-rich city of Luxor, we had no idea that we’d need to make a decision on which side of the Nile River to stay. When booking our previous Cairo accommodation, Downtown Cairo on the East side seemed the obvious choice, but in Luxor, we didn’t…

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As a food and travel blogger, I’m most excited by cities that provide a depth of history, culture and of course fabulous local food. Dubrovnik is one of these...
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Oct
2017
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5 Top Things to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia

As a food and travel blogger, I’m most excited by cities that provide a depth of history, culture and of course fabulous local food. Dubrovnik is one of these cities which is brimming with things to do, explore and eat! The winning combination of sun, sea and delicious local cuisine means Dubrovnik is one of…

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Along with the Pyramids of Giza, Islamic Cairo is our favourite part of the Egyptian capital. Characterized by a maze of wonderful narrow streets and alleys whe...
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Oct
2017
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Our DIY Islamic Cairo Walking Tour Map of Things to See

Along with the Pyramids of Giza, Islamic Cairo is our favourite part of the Egyptian capital. Characterized by a maze of wonderful narrow streets and alleys where hundreds of mosques, tombs, markets, madrasas, mansions, and fortifications dating back to the Islamic era can be explored. An Islamic Cairo walking tour map is definitely needed so not…

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In the fourth of our interviews with digital nomads who have experienced living in different countries around the world, we talk to Jarryd and Alesha from trave...
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Oct
2017
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Living in Chiang Mai as a Digital Nomad: What's it Like?

In the fourth of our interviews with digital nomads who have experienced living in different countries around the world, we talk to Jarryd and Alesha from travel blog NOMADasaurus. Full-time travellers and digital nomads, Jarryd and Alesha have been travelling for many years and have developed their blog to be one of the most popular…

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