How to Eat Ramen Like a Boss in Japan

How to Eat Ramen Like a Boss in Japan

When we added Japan to our travel plans I was unbelievably excited to be visiting the home of the high speed train, robot cafes and heated toilet seats. And quite a lot of that excitement stemmed from the fact that I was going to taste authentic Japanese food for the...
5 Cool Things to do in Valparaiso

5 Cool Things to do in Valparaiso

To say that this place is trendy would be doing it a disservice – Valparaiso oozes cool through the cracks of its graffiti covered pavement. It’s got it’s own unique vibe, almost the antithesis of what we experienced in Chile’s more serious capital Santiago. The...
Rubble in Paradise: Responsible Travel & Cambodia’s Coastline

Rubble in Paradise: Responsible Travel & Cambodia’s Coastline

As I clambered unsteadily from the speedboat onto the wooden jetty that jutted out over the clear blue waters, I was cheerfully greeted by the two owners of the hostel I’d booked to spend the next few days at. In the 5 minute walk along the deserted stretch of...
10 Items of Travel Gear We Couldn’t Live Without

10 Items of Travel Gear We Couldn’t Live Without

Travelling long term means that you carry pretty much everything that you own on your back in one bag. It’s quite daunting when you’re first trying to distill your entire life into a single backpack and inevitably you’ll realise along the way that there are some items...
Salar de Uyuni – The Bolivian Salt Flats in 21 Stunning Photos

Salar de Uyuni – The Bolivian Salt Flats in 21 Stunning Photos

Since completing our unforgettable tour of the Bolivian Salt Flats we’ve been desperate to write about the experience. But every time we tried we felt as though our writing didn’t do the largest and most stunning salt flats in the world justice. In our...