Transport From Around The Globe

Transport and travel from around the world can vary massively depending in what country you are in and how familiar you are with their local laws. For example in India there is not specific traffic system. Traffic often flows chaotically with no real right of way for anyone! However , The UK in comparison has a much more organised and...

Self Storage Glasgow Can Benefit Travellers

Utilising the services of self storage Glasgow can seriously assist travellers with regards to the way that they are able to move themselves from country to country. People often try to save as much money as they possibly can when they are moving around Europe. Cash cutting measures are essential for people who are travelling so they can see...

VHS to DVD Conversion Could Save Your Memories

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It can be hard to imagine what it was like to travel before smartphones and devices.  The average traveller will use their phone almost every step of their trips when they are travelling in a foreign country.  Right from the get-go people use their phone to book their trip, research places to go, look at hotels and restaurants, and...

Guide to Travelling Japan For 2020

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When compared to western culture, Japan is about as alien as it gets.  It is so removed from western culture and norms that you feel like you are on another planet. For many people who travel, they want to experience the extraordinary and throw themselves into a completely new way of life, which is why Japan remains one of the...

Iloilo: History’s Charming Companion

It would be difficult to look back at Philippine history and culture without taking a closer look at Iloilo’s unique role in nurturing and preserving fragments of the country’s rich colonial past. Once dubbed “La Muy Leal y Noble Ciudad” (The Most Loyal and Noble City) by Spain’s Queen Maria Cristina, Iloilo, in the Philippines’s Western Visayas region, became...

Mati: Davao’s Next Big Thing

It was around six o’clock in the morning on a Sunday when I found myself staring at a vast expanse of blues and greens, enveloping waves that were crashing a little too loudly and strongly for this hour of the day. I removed my slippers and dug my feet into the cool, soft sand and then decided to just...

Pampanga: Reclaiming Angeles and Clark

Even if your view of the world is not in the least left-leaning, you are still bound to see Angeles City and Clark through the prism of soul-searching–especially since these two destinations in Pampanga province are in a stage of recovery from havoc, both natural and man-made. Upon boarding the Golden Princess on America’s Independence Day, July fourth we were...

Negros Occidental: 5 Days of Summer in Negros Occidental

Ever heard the expression “as far as your eyes can see”? While cruising the roads of Negros Occidental, most of which are lined with endless sugar cane fields, I heard the expression again from my Negrense tour driver. I fell asleep during one of the long drives, and our talk before I drifted off was on who owned the...

Turkey: A gusta-Turkey feast!

If there ever was a dream closer to getting caught between the moon and New York City, then it must be to get caught in between two continents. Stepping onto the lands of Istanbul fulfills this fantasy. The 2010 European Capital of Culture is the only city that extends between two continents: Europe and Asia. It felt surreal to...

Legazpi, Albay: Legazpi, and loving it!

Writers always look for that “aaah” moment. That one, magical, unforgettable moment you will forever associate with a particular event or place. On my trip to Legazpi City (the capital of Albay province in the Bicol Region, the southeastern peninsula of Luzon, Philippines), I had far more than that. I had an “AAAAAAAAAAH!” moment. As I sped across a...