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Guest posts submitted to the Ad-lib Traveller blog.

Guest post: Top Tips for A First-Time Traveller To Hong Kong

Guest post by Xavier Walker

In 2018 I decided to head off to Hong Kong (HK) to visit my friend, Zoe. We met a few years earlier at university, but I hadn’t seen her since 2015 – it was about time we reunited to make new memories together. It was my first time in HK, which I coincided with Chinese New Year. It was a great opportunity to spend time with Zoe, learn about her culture, and meet the important people in her life (such as her boyfriend, Jeremy).

If HK is on your radar for places to visit, my 5 tips below can help you make the most of your stay. Continue reading Guest post: Top Tips for A First-Time Traveller To Hong Kong

Nation’s second city comes to life: The City of Colours Festival

Guest post by Xavier Walker

City of Colours was a lively street art festival hosted at Digbeth’s Custard Factory in Birmingham on Saturday. The day brought together a variety of visual and performance artists from a wide array of backgrounds. The overriding intentions of the day were to celebrate culture and share creative endeavours. Continue reading Nation’s second city comes to life: The City of Colours Festival

Guest post: Dublin on a Budget

Submitted by Alex Siborn

The perfect city to visit on a shoestring, Dublin is home to museums and galleries offering free admission, along with a wealth of other things to see and do. Book yourself into a great value room at one of the Travelodge Dublin hotels and prepare to enjoy the city without breaking the bank.

Getting Around

Dublin is a relatively small city which you can enjoy on foot with ease. If you’d prefer to explore on wheels however, why not hire a Dublinbike? For just 5 Euros for three days, you can hire a bike from any of the 15 locations dotted throughout the city, enabling you to get around at a somewhat quicker pace. Continue reading Guest post: Dublin on a Budget

Guest post: Business Travel – Do’s and Don’ts

Submitted by: Alex Siborn

When you’re asked to go on your first business trip, whether domestic or overseas, it can be an exciting moment. There’s something inexplicable glamorous about the concept of business travel, however, as you’re likely to find out, the reality can be somewhat different!

While you might have the image in your head of being that pristinely presented mysterious business person who waltzes through the airport toting a designer briefcase, swanky carry on and paper thin laptop, the reality could easily be that ragged ball of stress racing through the airport trying to juggle the contents of their wardrobe and their office as they go. Continue reading Guest post: Business Travel – Do’s and Don’ts

Guest post: Dive In with Water Sports in Tenerife

Submitted by: Alex Siborn

Tenerife is one of the Canary Islands, and is one of the most popular with tourists. Famed for fantastic beaches and relaxation, the adventurous and active types might be a little turned off by the promise of tranquility. Tenerife is much more than sand and sun however, and if you are in search of a few more thrills it could well be the holiday destination for you. See if any of the activities below get your juices flowing, then book Cheap Tenerife Holidays for your next getaway at http://www.directholidays.co.uk/destinations/spain/canary-islands/tenerife. Continue reading Guest post: Dive In with Water Sports in Tenerife

Guest post: Budget-Friendly Fun in Malta

Submitted by: Alex Siborn

If you’re looking for a break that won’t break the bank, there are more than a few possibilities on the holiday shortlist. One sun-drenched destination that ticks all the right boxes is Malta – a sunny, cheerful little island anchored in the deep blue Mediterranean Sea. Here, you can expect a plentiful supply of sun, sea and sand, along with stacks of heritage and a fascinating culture. Continue reading Guest post: Budget-Friendly Fun in Malta