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  • 10 things you’ll regret not doing on your next trip

    10 things you’ll regret not doing on your next trip

    August 30th, 2016Steph Dyson
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    You might be surprised how even slightly shaking up the way you travel will affect your experiences. It might mean leaving your itinerary in the hands of the travel gods, or your lunch in the hands of a street food stall, but going out of your way to try something new brings plentiful rewards. 1. Facing your fears Travelling is…

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  • 8 ways to find more adventure when you travel

    8 ways to find more adventure when you travel

    August 25th, 2016Steph Dyson
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    The tantalizing idea of boldly going where no-one has been before – or at least trying – is what drives many of us to book our next trip. Yet adventure is as much a state of mind as stepping out into the unknown. Here are eight ways you can guarantee your fill. 1. Go solo and say yes…

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  • 7 travel trends you should try this year

    7 travel trends you should try this year

    June 29th, 2016Steph Dyson
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    Thanks to lower fuel costs, a whole host of new international flight routes from Europe, and increased access to new countries (we’re looking at you, Cuba), 2016 continues to be an exciting year for travel. From exploring the world according to the rumbling demands of your stomach, to travelling on two or four wheels, we’ve…

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  • 13 ways you know you’re a seasoned traveller

    13 ways you know you’re a seasoned traveller

    June 13th, 2016Steph Dyson
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    Whether you’re the one getting 10/10 on the geography round at your local pub’s quiz night, or you’re that person whose school-bag-sized backpack can be ready to go in five minutes flat, wherever you are you exude the unmistakable air of a seasoned traveller. Not sure if that’s you? Here are the 13 ways you…

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  • 8 of South America’s most memorable eccentricities

    8 of South America’s most memorable eccentricities

    April 21st, 2016Steph Dyson
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    Tasty ‘big-ass ants’, llamas wearing woolly hats, and tiny enclaves of Welsh culture make South America a fascinating, if at times, mind boggling continent to explore. Here’s our foray into some of the more eclectic cultural treats to be found upon these shores. 1. Patagonia’s Welsh teahouses Debuted to the world in Bruce Chatwin’s pivotal…

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  • 15 things everyone learns backpacking South America

    15 things everyone learns backpacking South America

    March 2nd, 2016Steph Dyson
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    South America has become a favoured destination for the intrepid backpacker, and while it’s impressive in the astounding diversity of its nations, there are a number of universal lessons that every traveller will learn at some point during their time here. So whether you fell foul of altitude or accepted that you – inevitably – suck…

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  • Travelling in your 20s and 30s is the new year out – here’s why

    Travelling in your 20s and 30s is the new year out – here’s why

    February 18th, 2016Steph Dyson
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    A year out was once the preserve of 18-year-olds seeking direction in life but today things have changed. Forget spending 12 months in a haze of alcohol, harem trousers and sunburn. Travel in your late 20s and early 30s is now an acceptable, and often far more rewarding, time to explore the world. A year out is perfect for…

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  • 8 must-visit places in South America you’ve probably never heard of

    8 must-visit places in South America you’ve probably never heard of

    February 15th, 2016Steph Dyson
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    Access to even some of the more remote parts of South America has improved in the past few decades, establishing a now well-etched tourist trail. But if you want to escape the crowds and make a beeline for an unexplored South American treasure, look no further than this list of the places you’ve never heard…

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  • Bolivia’s most beautiful journeys

    Bolivia’s most beautiful journeys

    November 4th, 2015Steph Dyson
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    As T.S. Eliot once said, “The journey, not the arrival, matters,” and nowhere is this truer than travelling in Bolivia. Here, we’ve picked five of the most beautiful travel routes through the country. Follow these to witness some of the finest scenery Bolivia has to offer. For magnificent mountains: La Paz to Copacabana Mode of transport: Bus…

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  • Towards the heart of the Amazon: a journey by Bolivian river boat

    Towards the heart of the Amazon: a journey by Bolivian river boat

    October 19th, 2015Steph Dyson
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  • Bolivia: make time for South America’s most misunderstood country

    Bolivia: make time for South America’s most misunderstood country

    October 12th, 2015Steph Dyson
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    Bolivia brims with unique and barely-visited landscapes and cultures. It offers everything from the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flats, to the Parque Nacional Madidi – one of the most biologically diverse places on earth, plus a wealth of ancient indigenous customs and traditions. But despite this plethora of attractions, the country rarely…

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