The Killing Fields

For four years, the people of Cambodia lived through an absolute nightmare – hell even. Between the time period of 1975 – 1979, an estimated 1 to 3 million people were killed; murdered at the hands of the leader of the Khmer Rouge whose name will send shivers down the...

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Appreciating the Positivity in Life

You’ve rolled over from a shitty nights sleep only to turn off your alarm clock and go back to sleep for an extra half hour. The result? You’ve slept in and you're now on your way to work looking a mess. You didn’t even have time to prepare for the day ahead by making...

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Travel Tales Interview with Catchourtravelbug.com

This weeks interview for the Travel Tales segment is Tim and Sharyn Nilsen from www.catchourtravelbug.com. Over the past 18 years they've travelled over 100 countries while spending a combined 8 years on the road in total. Read on to find out more about their...

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How We Make a Full Time Income Online

When we left Ireland back in July 2013 to pursue our work/travel dream – I knew that the road would be an uncertain and rocky affair. In order to make a full time income online it takes a lot of work. Yeah, it can get easier as time goes on, but initially it's tough...

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The Dilemma of Packing for a Long Trip

Packing for a long trip is something that I have become quite accustomed to – and yet it’s still something that I loathe doing, mainly because I’m an extremely indecisive person when it comes to clothes and shoes.   Will it be cold? How many pairs of socks shall I...

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Camino de la Muerte – The Death Road

***** If you want to see some GoPro footage of the Death Road, then scroll to the end of the post ***** For many, many years we'd heard about the terror and danger of the "World's Most Dangerous Road" in La Paz, Bolivia and we wanted to experience it first hand for...

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Boca Juniors Tour

Boca Juniors was a team that I’d known about from the early 90’s – as a result of my fascination with Maradona’s epic 1986 world cup success. As a teenager back then I’d heard about Boca Juniors as Maradona played with them for a couple of seasons. While we were...

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Travel Tales with Sam & Pete – Travellingking.com

Next up on Travel Tales is Sam and Pete who blog over at www.travellingking.com. They've been focusing on travelling a lot more after their honeymoon to Thailand a few years back. Read on to find out some more about them.....   Tell us where you're from, and a little...

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A Gringo in Argentina: The “Blue Dollar” Tip

For anyone travelling into Argentina for any period of time, it’s vital that you bring in either Euro’s or American Dollars. We were told about this while in Paraguay and if we hadn't found out, then we’d have been none the wiser. The current currency situation in...

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Alive – The Andes Plane Crash Museum

While we were in Montevideo, Uruguay, we heard that the Andes plane crash museum - "Museo Andes" was the number one attraction in the city according to TripAdvisor. You may know of the crash better from the hollywood film - Alive! Here's a quick account of what...

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