Canada is a paradise for snowboarders – there are just so many incredible places to go! The mountainous terrain, deep snow, and spectacular views make for a thrilling snowboarding experience no matter where you go in Canada. But here’s our list of the most beautiful locations to visit on your next trip. Revelstoke Popular among... Continue Reading →
Barton Creek Cave, Belize This cave, easily accessible by tour from San Ignacio, is a great day trip for those who like to mix history with adventure. You'll canoe into darkness while your guide points out pottery shards and human remains from the Mayans who used to inhabit the area. Batu Caves, Malaysia These huge... Continue Reading →
This week I've teamed up with Josh Hobson & Sophie Jones, two marketing students from the University of Liverpool, to talk about travelling to the United States of America with ESTA. It's a difficult time for millions of people due to Trump's immigration ban, but for those privileged enough to have a passport from one of the 38... Continue Reading →
When I first moved to Australia I thought it was a perfect mix of America and England, but even after just a few weeks here I realised that all three countries couldn't be more different from each other. Here are the ten biggest differences I've noticed after living in all three. Also, sorry about the... Continue Reading →
During the summer the town of Cody, named after the famous Buffalo Bill Cody, is teeming with tourists eager to explore the nearby Yellowstone National Park. During the winter you can still make the most of the mountains and keep yourself entertained, even if you're just waiting for the snow to melt. Explore the town... Continue Reading →
Tulum is an up and coming resort town on the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsular. The main street is lined with hotels, shops and restaurants for every budget. It's the base for visiting the Mayan ruins with the best location - on the cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
Mérida is a beautiful city with a rich Mayan and colonial heritage. There are busy squares and markets surrounding old churches and plenty of shops, bars and restaurants to keep you entertained.
This New World Wonder has an astounding 1.2 million tourists visit every year, but when you're there it can feel like that many people visit the ancient Mayan temples every day. However, when I visited Chichén Itzá I was the first person in the park, and we hardly saw another person until we were ready to... Continue Reading →
Diving around Playa del Carmen We chose to dive with the highly recommended Scuba 10. The crew was rad; Gerardo hooked us up in the shop, Irene taught the Open Water while I tagged along on a refresher dive and Chino took us deep into the cenotes (sinkholes and underwater cave systems). A standard two-tank... Continue Reading →