A lot of people who suffer from depression or any number of other mental health issues for that matter sometimes get this belief that travel will fix them, that travel will cure their depression, but will it? Is travel a magic panacea for the soul? Willtaking a gap year help your depression?
Food is always one of the bet parts of world travel, there can be no doubt about that. Finding new and exotic dishes, tasting exciting new cuisines, what can be better than that? But where are all the best places to eat? How do you find the best restaurants and street food when you travel? It’s easier than you think!
Aruba, like the rest of the world, has been hit hard by the Coronavirus outbreak, but you can’t keep such a happy island down for long and Aruba is starting to open up and welcome visitors once again!
Eating out alone when travelling solo is a big worry for a lot of first time solo backpackers, but it really isn’t that hard. I just want to give you a little bit of reassurance that it isn’t as bad as you may think it will be.
What exactly is Flashpacking and why and how do I do it? Upgrading to more comfortable accommodation, eating out at nicer restaurants and splurging or spoiling yourself from time to time can be done on a backpackers budget, if you…
Travellers are spoiled for choice for festivals in India, and with sop many to choose from how do you decide which festival to attend? Here are the 5 best festivals for traveller in India.
The United Arab Emirates, including Dubai and Abu Dhabi, is a Muslim state that has a culture and a legal system based largely on Sharia law. As travellers to the UAE, it is always worth familiarising yourself with the laws, rules and customs so you don’t find yourself unexpectedly in trouble. Here is everything all travellers need to know about Sharia Law when travelling to Dubai, Abu Dhabi or the wider United Arab Emirates.
The Coronavirus pandemic has been unprecedented, not in the scale of the disease, but the scale of the response. It has shut down the world on a level never seen before and could have a profound impact on the way we travel in the future. It is important to remember that we will travel again and the travel industry will resume, but some changes may be with is for a long time yet.
Travellers to the United Arab Emirates do have to be more aware of cultural rules and norms than many other destinations, and the question of what travellers can and can’t wear in the UAE, especially in the tourist hotspots of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. So here are some helpful hints and guidance on what to wear in the United Arab Emirates so you can dress appropriately and avoid trouble.
How to spend three days in Abu Dhabi with this insiders itinerary.