Destinations – Where Do You Want To Go?
Free Travel Guides
As we move from place to place, we do our best to put together some free travel guides to help others out. From how to travel a destination on a budget, to the top things to see and do there, to where to eat and sleep, we try to cover it all. Take a look at our free travel guides below.
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Two of our closest friends whom we had met in Korea, travelled to Japan and China with and crisscrossed all over Nepal, India and Sri Lanka with, had just moved to Edinburgh. With return flights from Dublin coming in at forty euro with RyanAir and a couch to crash on,...read more
The Galtee Mountains are located on the border of Cork, Tipperary and Limerick. They’re pretty much the halfway mark between my home and Noelle’s, we’ve passed them so many times driving up and down to each other, we thought we’d go in for a closer look. With the...read more
Located just outside of Killarney, Co. Kerry (within an hour and a half's reach of Ireland's second biggest city, Cork) is Carrauntoohil, the tallest of the Macgillycuddy’s range and Ireland’s highest peak. Standing at a height of 3,406 feet (1,038metres), it’s not a...read more
London is not a place that springs to mind when you think of a budget city break but with so much to do and see in the English capital it’s worth exploring. There is so much on offer in this city and a surprising amount of it is FREE! That’s right, not just cheap but...read more
With prices for hotels and restaurants rising in Sri Lanka with each passing year, finding your own place is becoming increasingly popular with groups of backpackers, families and couples alike. Time should be taken when looking for a suitable place, keeping in mind...read more
Sri Lanka’s southern coast is lined with beautiful, tropical paradise beaches, some unspoiled and some more spoilt. Each of Sri Lanka’s southern beaches caters to a different crowd, type of traveller and/or budget but all do check the box of clean sands, turquoise...read more
Even though Goa is the smallest state in India, it is probably one of the most visited as it’s the country’s beach capital. Goa has been drawing people from all over India and all over the world to it’s beautiful, palm-fringed coastline for decades. It had been over...read more
Famous around the world, Mumbai is an iconic city, once a major trading port and the principal supplier of cotton to Britain during the American Civil War. Bombay, as it was known at the time, hosted the first Indian National Congress back in 1885 and Gandhi launched...read more
The lakeside area of Pokhara is so chilled out that you can easily lose track of time and one day starts to blend into the next. There are so many things to do around Pokhara and we knew of a few different sights we wanted to see in the surrounding area. So, breaking...read more
This epic trek is a bucket list item for so many people, especially those already into hiking and trekking. If you're considering doing it, here are our tips to help you prepare for the Everest base camp trek. Do your research about the trek Preparing for the Everest...read more