731

Today marks exactly 2 years since I arrived in Doha, Qatar. 731 days have passed since I got off that airplane & the heat whacked me in the face. I think back at how nervous I was & I don't believe that was misplaced. I had never been here before, I didn't know anyone, I... Continue Reading →

Money Talks

In the previous post, we discussed the practice of tipping while you travel. Keeping with the money theme, I decided to share pictures of currencies that I have used & find unusual, interesting or fun to look at. Starting with a note which few people have seen & probably the rarest currency I've used. Djiboutian... Continue Reading →

Solo Travel Stigma

Depending on who you ask & where they come from, you will get a difference of opinion on whether or not there is a stigma attached to traveling on your own. While we live in a time when we are largely free to live our lives as we please, we are not free from thoughts... Continue Reading →

Toilet Humour

Restroom, washroom, water closet or lavatory. What you call this room will depend on where you come from, but in most parts of the world you will be able to navigate to this room by looking for a sign that simply says 'Toilets'. Sometimes this can be quite funny or informative in itself. Instead of... Continue Reading →

Travel After Coronavirus

With countries starting to open their borders & airlines slowly starting to resume their flights, the prospect of traveling is now becoming more of a reality. A question that has been asked many times over the last few months is this: What will travel be like after coronavirus? Many travel bloggers & tour companies have... Continue Reading →

Traveling Africa On An African Passport

For many years, European passport holders have been given the freedom to move around a majority of their continent without the hassle of arranging a visa beforehand. A similar luxury has been given to people from South American countries in regards to travel from country to country on their continent. So what about Africa? Let’s... Continue Reading →

Traveling & Learning – Around The World

It has long been said that travel broadens the mind. Travel has also been said to be the university of life. I’ve found those statements very accurate when describing what happens to someone who has spent time in another country or area; learning about the people, culture & cuisine. I don’t think of myself as... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑