On a cold winter day, there is nothing more relaxing than to curl up with a good book and a hot chocolate (or glass of wine). For travellers, it is a chance to research and read about new destinations to explore. Continue reading “Five Books to Inspire Post Lockdown Travel”
It would seem that international travel is off the cards until at least next year. Yet it does not mean you cannot experience the world through other mediums. Films about travel are one such way of immersing yourself in another destination from the comfort of home. Continue reading “Five Movies to Inspire Post Lockdown Travel”
Who needs therapy when you have travel? Does sitting in front of a counsellor or therapist make you more stressed and anxious? Do you really need therapy for everything? Society tells us that if we have trouble coping with a situation then talking to a professional will help. Okay, in some cases it can make people feel better to unload. But what if you are in the small percentage of people which counselling is not going to assist? Continue reading “Travel as Therapy”
Perhaps one of the most famous places for watching the sunset in Bal, but Tanah Lot holds a deeper meaning to the Balinese. It plays an important role in Balinese spiritual and mythical life. Continue reading “Spiritual Bali”
Is there a right time for you to travel somewhere? Just because all your friends and colleagues have visited the top holiday destinations, does it mean you have to as well? And if you do, will you enjoy it more or less? That is what it is like for me. I have to feel a strong enough pull towards a country before I can fully appreciate all it has to offer. Continue reading “The Right Time to Travel”
The clock strikes midnight to signal the start of a brand new year. It is also the moment many of us make our new year resolutions. You know the one’s, diet, exercise, happiness but this year why not make it your goal to travel to that dream destination in 2015.