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January 23, 2018 8:51 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

Down the years as a traveller, I have enjoyed many and various train journeys all over Europe. It is hard therefore to choose my best ones, but today I thought why not compile a list of my favourite train journeys. I must have backpacked about 40 European countries in Europe alone. Some of these were to very obscure and unusual parts of Europe including Moldova’s capital Chisinau and the Belarussian city of Bobruisk. Yes I have been backpacking in Bobruisk by train. But when I had to pick my best journeys, these ones clearly came out on top. 1.Austria to Hungary Train We have all […]

January 9, 2018 1:09 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

Not many people make visiting the largest city in the state of Kansas their top priority, but if you look close enough, Wichita offers a great shopping experience and the opportunity to visit Sedgwick County Zoo, the largest zoo in Kansas, amongst other fabulous activities. Stuck for ideas on that New Year Holiday you were looking forward to in 2018? Then look no further. With a modest population of just over 600,000, Wichita offers the quiet environment you have been dreaming of all year. Here’s your complete guide to this cool, underrated and industrial hub. Visit the local zoo Sedgwick County Zoo is the largest […]

December 27, 2017 6:48 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

France has an endless list of places to visit for the eager tourist and as the world’s most visited country, it is no surprise why. But it’s not a small country from Cannes to Strasbourg to Nantes to La Rochelle, so how do you pick your destination? Time of year can be important, so can sport and budget may also play a part. But whether it is beaches or ski resorts you want, there is something for everyone in France. Here are 5 of the coolest places to visit in France, starting with the most obvious, Paris of course! Paris Let’s get the obvious one […]

December 5, 2017 2:07 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

As a long term traveller, perpetual tourist, backpacking junkie and pure sightseeing addict, it is inevitable that sometimes I will embark on some cool flight routes and some unusual journeys. Today I pick out 5 of the coolest and most enjoyable flight routes I have taken in my time. 1.Guyana (Georgetown to Kaieteur Falls) The legendary aeroplane route from Georgetown to the splendid Kaieteur Falls will always rank high. Views are simply superb as your plane drifts into the Amazon basin region and over this gorgeous waterfall. 2.England – France (London to Paris) Sometimes the obvious journeys are the best and the speed and shortness of […]

November 27, 2017 5:41 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

Winter in the UK can be grim. It is cold, damp and generally no fun.  Dark early mornings, dark early evenings it can feel like you only ever see daylight when you are at work chained to your desk.  Getting away with some much-needed winter sun can really break up the long months before Spring arrives once more, so here are some of the top winter sun destinations for 2017. Valletta, Malta It won’t offer you steamy, sultry temperatures in the high 20’s during winter but Malta is still a lot more appealing than Britain.  You even find 6 hours of sunshine that is warming, […]

November 2, 2017 11:15 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

When you’re finishing high school and about to go off to college, you’re stuck in an ‘in between’. You’re not quite an adult, because you’re still heading to school every day and you’re still living at home with your parents. But you’re also not a child; you can drive, have a job and be independent most of the time. This kind of ‘in between’ can be fairly frustrating, but it also gives you the chance to choose whether you go directly to college or whether you decide to take a break from studying and go and explore. Part of choosing to have a gap year […]

October 11, 2017 3:34 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

Usually when we make our travel plans, we already know with whom we’ll be traveling. Whether it’s with a spouse, a friend, or even a colleague from work, we set off to explore our travel destinations together with someone else. There are those, however, who prefer to travel on their own. That is not something for everyone, as most of us prefer to share planning the logistics of travel. But for others, there are huge benefits in traveling solo. Before setting off on your journey, make sure to prepare for your trip carefully. While you may not necessarily plan anything more than its starting point […]

September 15, 2017 2:55 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

London is one of the most important cities in the world.   That sounds like a big claim, but it’s absolutely true. For one thing, the sheer size of London makes it a dominant city. Add into this its reputation as a financial hub, and it’s pretty tough to argue with the fact that London is as important as claimed. It’s often referred to as the capital of Europe, which is hard to disagree with in a sheer recognition sense. Alongside all this importance in general, London is especially vibrant in a historical sense. If you like to touch on the past with your travels, […]

August 31, 2017 4:12 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

Written by Nat Smith, Rover.com community member. Rover is the nation’s largest network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers. Each time you jet to a new destination, you’re on a unique, unforgettable adventure. Wouldn’t you like your pet to experience the same thing while you’re away? Kennels and other one-size-fits-all approaches to pet care are not always ideal. They may not give your pet enough attention, or even turn her away because of breed, size, or temperament. So how do you find a caregiver as sweet, kind, and loving as your four-legged friend? That’s where Rover.com comes in. Built as a supportive community for […]

August 23, 2017 1:23 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

When you travel the world for years on end, you end up with many stories. It is rare for me to share them on here, but now I decided I am single again so it is time again, having been into adult dating again recently. Sure I found love for real on my journeys, time and time again, but that can break your heart eventually. When I grew up in Northern Ireland, I delved into local dating a lot, and often used County Tyrone dating to secure nights on the rip with Ulster ladies. I didn’t want to name too many people on here as […]