Travel Guides

Follow in my Footsteps: Exploring Kyrenia, Bellapais Monastery and St. Hilarion Castle

Selfie with The Way Away at Bellapais Abbey in Kyrenia

When I landed in Cyprus, I had no idea I would get to explore an abandoned castle in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Heck, I didn’t even know that there was a separate territory to Cyprus on the island. In the evening of my second day on Cyprus, I got a message from Ashley Brown of The Way Away …

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Follow in my Footsteps: One Day Trip to Paphos, Cyprus – Europe’s 2017 Capital of Culture

Paphos Tomb of the Kings #2

While on Cyprus, I decided to take a one-day trip to the town of Paphos. I had read in Lonely Planet that it was rated as one of the top ten European destinations for 2017. Yet many of the locals also said it wasn’t worth visiting. Well, here’s my own judgment on the town, and whether I think you should …

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Journal Entry: Putting Up With the Scams in Asia

Friends on Tuk Tuk

There are times when I wonder if all of Asia are in on the scams they perpetuate, or perhaps they simply don’t know the best ways to do things. While there is a significant percentage of the latter – citizens who genuinely don’t know about better buses, routes or activities – the number of scams throughout the region still puts a big …

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Follow in my Footsteps: 5 Steps to Properly Feed Bananas to Elephants in Thailand

Selfie at Elephant Jungle Sanctuary #2

I finished my tour of Thailand with a trip to the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary. It was by far the highlight of my adventures in the country. I can’t recommend it highly enough, so here are the steps so you can follow in my footsteps. Travel to Thailand Someone asked me recently if there were elephants in the USA. Yep…in the …

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Budget Travel: Faeries and Falls on the Isle of Skye

Neist Point

Getting to the Isle of Skye on a budget can be quite a challenge. Not only is the UK expensive in it’s own right, the Isle of Skye is one of the top tourist destinations in the UK. In fact, nearly 70% of the total revenue of the island is made off tourism. However, if you’re willing to rough it …

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