Archive for the ‘Border Crossing Advice’ Category
Facts And Information On Crossing Borders by Jonny Blair People that go for road trips look to have a lot of fun moments during their outings. When such trips extend into neighboring countries, there are several factors that need to be considered. To void illegal entrants into their territories, most countries have strict laws that govern entrance into their territories. The regulations govern any crossing of borders by people or goods. People get into new countries for many reasons; some for business purpose and others in search of jobs. Therefore, it is important that individuals are conversant with regulations governing border crossing. There normally are […]
This post was posted by The Hipmunk on Hipmunk’s Tailwind blog on 10th November 2015. Emirates Airline recently announced the creation of the world’s longest direct flight, a daunting 17.5 hour trip that will fly from Dubai to Panama City starting February 1st. That long flight time might sound daunting, especially when seated in economy. But a little effort and attention can go a long way in taking a flight from unbearable to relaxing, whether travelers are braving the new route from Dubai to Panama City, or just looking to make a transatlantic or transpacific flight more comfortable. Here’s a step by step guide for making the most […]
This post is brought to you by Diane Moffitt, a fellow traveller from Northern Ireland who I met while backpacking in Iran at Christmas last year. Diane is a top girl to be around, and is loving her own travel journeys at the moment. Diane’s travel style and lifestyle is different from my own and gives a cool insight as to how those with a full time job and even a mortgage can still travel! So, I read a post on the travel lifestyle blog Don’t Stop Living by Jonny about “just start travelling” and while I think of him as truly inspirational and I love […]
This post has been a while in coming believe me and I’m about to reveal the cheapest way for a traveller or a backpacker to get to Antarctica without working on a ship or working in Antarctica. This is how to book a cheap trip to Antarctica as a traveller and backpacker. You can do it, and you SHOULD do it. Antarctica is the best place I have been so far.