India is cheap, cheerful and very easy to travel around when you get there. The people are friendly and helpful, the transport and cities are simple to navigate and the attractions and activities are foreigner-friendly. Two weeks in Rajasthan was enough to see that it is all in the preparation before you board the plane.
Letter 129 My developed, tried-and-tested formula for travel budgeting works for me every time and should be useful if you're planning any trip and somehow you have to come up with a number of how much money you'll need. It's pretty simple and can take as much or as little time as you'd like - … Continue reading How to calculate a travel budget (and other tips)
Letter 90 This time last year I had just booked my flight to America. My place at camp was confirmed, visa in the bag and I was eager to set off. Now I want to share a load of advice that I learned from a summer at camp. So if you're off to camp, or … Continue reading Advice from a summer camp cousellor
Letter 88 Tips and advice for travellers has been done countless times before, but I still wanted to share some of the things I have learnt from travelling, mainly solo. However, I will be doing this by listing out 10 challenges that I think you should set yourself! Enjoy! 1 Have a conversation with 5 … Continue reading 10 Challenges for travellers!
Letter 55 I spent a week staying with a lovely Icelandic woman in downtown Reykjavik and explored this fascinating city. In this letter I want to tell you about the things we did in the most northern capital of the world - and explain to you why it should be on your bucket list! We … Continue reading The colourful capital (Reykjavik Guide)
Letter 24 In exactly 7 days I will be making my way across the Atlantic ocean to Washington DC to start my 3 months in camp! I can't comprehend how quickly this has come around, and I cannot wait to get over there! I'm pretty organised for the trip. Everything I need to pack is … Continue reading Advice on the states?!