My friend and I were visiting Toronto, Canada and arranged to join the Bikes & Bites Tour for a venture around the city. It’s a relatively flat city and therefore perfect for a bike tour in the sun.
A layover in Düsseldorf, Germany gives visitors plenty to do both inside and outside the airport. As the third largest airport in Germany, the Düsseldorf airport is a hub that provides great access to the nearby city.
I had a solo layover in the city on my way to Iceland and fortunately enjoyed fantastic weather. Düsseldorf surprised me with the range of things to do, all crammed into a relatively small space – the city has a population of just 593,682 people (2013). Read on for my tips for making the most of a layover in Düsseldorf. Continue reading How to spend a flight layover in Düsseldorf, Germany
I recently took a trip to Madrid for a quick getaway to become acquainted with the city that I’d wanted to see for a long time. Continue reading Sightseeing with a free walking tour in Madrid
Last weekend I spent a couple of days enjoying the heat of the Spanish sun (in January!), in Madrid for my first solo getaway for 2016. The sun was shining, the food was great and the culture, thriving.
Continue reading Explore the city with the MadridCard
Earlier this year I took a two week solo trip to Australia – a long distance getaway to explore a few sites without breaking the bank. I spent a week in Sydney and participated in two tours with Zepher Tours to Hunter Valley and the Blue Mountains as well as taking some time to explore attractions around the city with friends both old and new. Here are a few of my highlights and top five things to do in Sydney.
Continue reading Top five things to do in Sydney, Australia
As part of my solo trip to Australia, I had arranged to take a day tour to the Blue Mountains of Sydney with Zepher Tours. Having already tried a tour to Hunter Valley, I was keen to experience another party of Australia that seemed unmissable. Continue reading World heritage Blue Mountains National Park with Zepher Tours
During my stay in Sydney I’d arranged to explore a couple of key attractions with Zepher Tours, a local company that offered well-structured access to sites like Hunter Valley and the Blue Mountains.
Continue reading Wine, vodka and food indulgence at Hunter Valley with Zepher Tours
As part of my short trip to Melbourne, I arranged to participate in two tours with Bunyip Tours. The first tour took me to Phillip Island, the second, along Great Ocean Road. Both tours offer a full day excursion from Melbourne to maximise sightseeing opportunities in this part of the world. Continue reading An unforgettable day along the Great Ocean Road with Bunyip Tours
Bunyip Tours of Melbourne run various tours across the Australian landscape to offer maximum exploration and insight to travellers with an urge for wanderlust.
On my first full day in Melbourne, I joined a group in Melbourne to participate in the Phillip Island tour.
At the end of 2011, I was invited by a friend to join a Facebook community called Nomadness. Having little information at that stage, it was simply explained to me as a global community of urban travellers that I should join because I too, loved to travel.
Continue reading Photo essay: India 2015 with Nomadness Travel Tribe