Travelling with a Disabillity or Health Issue

Travelling with a Health Issue or Disability

Travelling can be difficult at the best of times, but when you have a disability or a health issue to contend with as well as your luggage, different cultures, language and everything else, it can be really challenging. People can be unsympathetic and dismissive, especially if your disability or health issue is not visible. I…

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The Isle of Man – What you Need to Know Before You Go

The Isle of Man is a magical island full of folklore and legend, where Vikings used to roam and fairies will look after you if you say hello when passing their bridge. Famed for the TT motorbike races, cats with no tails and four-horned Manx Loaghtan Sheep, the Isle of Man is approximately 33 miles…

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10 things to do in the North of Bali

Bali has it all – lush tropical forests, stunning beaches, mountains and a volcano or three to climb, sunshine most of the year, a diverse and rich culture – no wonder it is called ‘The Island of the Gods’. An enchanting island to relax and unwind. Whilst most tourists head for Kuta, Sanur or Ubud…

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Central America | The Silver Nomads

Guanaja FAQs – Things you need to know before you go

“You are going where?” I frequently get asked this question, but my answer of, “Guanaja” led to blank faces all round. No-one had heard of Guanaja or even knew which country it is in. We had applied for a 10 week housesit on Guanaja, a small island off the Honduras coast in what is called the…

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Can you take a drone on your flight? - Airline Regulations

Can you Take Your Drone on a Plane? – Airline Regulations

With more people travelling with a drone, particularly travelling with a drone by plane, adhering to individual airline regulations can be crucial.  Questions I have been asked include: Can I take my drone on a plane? Can I take my DJI Mavic Pro/DJI Phantom 4 Pro/Lithium Batteries on a plane? Which airlines do you have…

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Ceara

Ceará, Brazil – FAQs

Brazil is a very big place, no really, it is seriously huge! I hadn’t quite realised just how big it was until I started looking for information on Ceará for my recent trip. Most people associate Brazil with Rio de Janeiro, the statue of Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain or Copacabana Beach, but Ceará is…

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The Bloggers Retreat

Bloggers’ Retreat with The Travel Hack and the Twins That Travel

As I drove down to Somerset earlier this year, I mentally went through the list of bloggers that I would be joining on the first-ever Bloggers’ Retreat. Bloggers I followed, I looked up to and wanted to emulate would be there, learning with me. And here was me, in my first six months of blogging,…

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