Rotorua photo essay

Rotorua is a city on the North Island of New Zealand but this isn’t just any old city what happens below the surface is kind of magical. This city is famous for its… Continue reading

Where to Eat and Drink in Kos, Greece

The food in Greece is amazing but when you add the Turkish influence you have in Kos the food gets even better. Over a week in Kos we tried to sample an array… Continue reading

Climbing Ben A’an in Scotland

Being spontaneous is probably the best part of travel and it’s certainly good for the soul. This past weekend we set out from Glasgow with no real plan, we wanted to explore an… Continue reading

How to maximise your travel experience on a budget

A few weeks ago I told you my favourite saving tips from other travel bloggers and talked all about saving before you travel. Today I thought I would talk about how to save… Continue reading

Top tips for being a USA Camp Counsellor this summer

It was a few years ago now when I headed State side for eight weeks of pure camp fun but that doesn’t mean the time has been long forgotten. It’s completely the opposite if… Continue reading

May on The Little Backpacker

Well May has passed in a blur even though on paper we had very little planned. With a mere two flights home this month it was a very quiet month on the travel… Continue reading

What’s inspired me this week

Lately I haven’t been feeling very inspired, I’ve been sulking a lot about money, my choice to go to university and being stuck in Glasgow go until late August because I want to go… Continue reading

My Top 6 Tall Buildings Around The World

Over my years of travelling I seem to have visited a fair few tall buildings around the world. From the viewing platform of the Tower Of London to the Empire State Building in… Continue reading

Video: Snowboarding In Scotland

Back in March this year we spent a weekend snowboarding in Scotland, for me as a beginner it was fabulous. I had a chance to practise my skills without feeling like I was… Continue reading

Exploring Kos by foot, bike and car

Kos is relatively easy to get around especially out in the east around Kos Town where it is pretty flat. Our Airbnb hosts recommended to us where we could explore via bikes and… Continue reading

Top Ways To Travel as a Student

As I prepare to become a student in September for three long years, I’ve been looking at all the travel options out there for students. From opportunities only available to students to jobs that… Continue reading

Festival Pick For The Summer – In The Woods

It feels like years since I last went to a music festival. I remember counting down the days ’til Reading ticket sales and the nerves as I battled to get tickets but that… Continue reading

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