Nobody wants to get hit with traveller’s diarrhoea, whether it be their own or somebody else’s. Really, it ain’t a laughing matter.
Fortunately, there are several steps we can take to avoid doing the most unwelcome step of all: The Colorado Quickstep.
Right, I’ve run out of diarrhoea gags.
Here are some travel tips to help you stay road-fit and avoid the squits. Read more
Recently, I wrote an article on Swiss Army Knives and Leatherman tools, and how I felt they were highly overrated. I backed up this boldly irreverent claim with a few examples of how obstacles encountered on the road can be overcome without the trusty tool. All we need is a little creativity and ingenuity. Read more
Hitting the road once will change your life forever. Fact. You will become more adaptable and thinking on your feet will become second nature. Confidence and self belief will blossom as you overcome the trials and tribulations engendered by life on the road, and you will evolve. Interaction with others, from all walks of life, will become a daily event. The people you meet and the situations you encounter, both good and bad, will slowly begin to define you. Some days may be magical, others may be tough – but each day will leave its mark, and the cumulative effect is life changing.
Whether you travel for a month, a year, or ten years, you will be in for an experience like no other. But pause for a moment and ask yourself: – could it be even better?
Here are ten ways to enhance your travel experience. Read more
Continuing the current dangers of foreign travel theme, I feel compelled to share with you a common yet lesser documented danger. Read more