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  1. 9 things I wish I knew before setting off on a solo adventure...

    posted by Rachael Bruce | 0 Comments


    Eight months ago I condensed my life into a 15kg backpack and booked a one-way ticket to Europe via South East Asia. I'd be the first to admit that I've made a hell of a lot of mistakes along the way, but I've learnt a hell of a lot at the same time. So in the spirit of paying it forward, here are nine things, in no particular order, that I wish I knew before I left New Zealand on my solo travel adventures...

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  2. Stockholm - why I moved there and my favourite things to do

    posted by Guest blogger - Matt Kepnes | 0 Comments


    Earlier this month, I gave up my nomadic ways and moved to Sweden. Well, temporarily. I don’t think I could ever stop being a full time nomad but for now, I am settling down into Stockholm until it gets cold and dark – then I’m off to South America (but that’s another story!)

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  3. 3 must-do Lisbon day trips

    posted by Guest blogger - Fiona Hilliard | 0 Comments

    3 must-do Lisbon day trips


    I have been to Lisbon five times now. Every time I visit I discover something new, different or amazing. The city is young and vibrant and is famous for having the best hostels in the world. But that’s not all. The surrounding towns and neighbourhoods are home to some of the most beautiful and interesting attractions in Europe.

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  4. 10 things not to miss in Vilnius

    posted by Guest blogger - Ele Pranaityte | 1 Comments

    10 things not to miss in Vilnius


    Capital of Lithuania and the place where I call home, Vilnius has been the home to many people of different cultures for a very long time. It is a diverse city with a long history that has a lot to offer for both its residents and tourists. Its got museums, parks, historical landmarks, good local and international food, and a rich events calendar. It is difficult to decide where to go and what to do, especially if it is your first time here, so 10 things not to miss will help you plan your time…

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  5. 20 ways you can save money on your travels

    posted by Guest blogger - Matt Kepnes | 0 Comments

    20 ways you can save money on your travels


    One of the biggest misconceptions about travel is that it’s expensive and a luxury. Travel commercials make it seem like a vacation is something available to the select few who can afford it. But that is a myth – travel isn’t expensive. Locals where you are going don’t spend lots of money and neither should you. Below are 20 incredible ways to save money without sacrificing comfort.

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  6. Top 5 hawker centres in Singapore

    posted by Guest blogger - Edna Zhou | 2 Comments

    Top 5 hawker centres in Singapore


    A trip to a hawker center is an absolute must when visiting Singapore. In these open-air food courts, you can take part in an experience near and dear to every Singaporean - eating. For Singaporeans don't just love to eat...they live to eat - and with a cultural diversity like theirs, who can blame them? In these hawker centers you can easily find dishes influenced by a variety of cuisines, from fish noodles and roti prata to nasi goreng and pad thai. A walk through a hawker center can feel like a culinary tour through Asia, just with a Singaporean twist.

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  7. Top 5 views in New Zealand's North Island

    posted by Guest blogger - Cole Burmester | 4 Comments

    Top 5 views in New Zealand's North Island


    Everyone that visits New Zealand will have their own opinions on what the top five views in the North Island are. I promise that I won't even judge you if you disagree with my choices. Because at the end of the day it all depends on what memories each view evokes from you.

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  8. 5 ways to make the most of the Khao San Road

    posted by Guest blogger - Emma Sparks | 6 Comments

    5 ways to make the most of the Khao San Road


    Seen as the ‘backpacker capital of the universe’, Bangkok’s infamous Khao San Road is a street that doesn’t know the meaning of the word ‘sleep’. At 11pm the length of Khao San seethes with bodies. Scooters weave amongst them, and the smell of fried garlic and chilli, petrol and sweat emanates from every corner. It’s hectic, hedonistic and loud, but I loved it. It may not be off the beaten track, but it’s a track that’s hard to beat.

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  9. Berlin's Street-food Guide

    posted by Guest blogger - Molly Hannon | 0 Comments

    Berlin's Street-food Guide


    In this guest post, EuroCheapo's Berlin correspondent Molly Hannon shares her favourite spots for delicious and cheap street food in the German capital.

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  10. Dublin's popular attraction: The Guinness Storehouse

    posted by Guest blogger - Aileen Power | 0 Comments

    Dublin's popular attraction: The Guinness Storehouse


    One of the most popular attractions in Dublin is the Guinness Storehouse. So what lies beneath all the hype of the Guinness Storehouse? With a deep breath and a long sip, I went to find out.

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