I recall my 1st trip back to London since my night at London Bridge during the unfortunate terrorist attacks. The weekend was very much travel and podcast related. I also cover some of the latest news coming out of the travel and backpacking world.
Nope, this is not about buying half price Vienettas, Hayley joins me to review our recent trip to Iceland and discuss 5 different ways we saved some serious money. As well as some budgeting tips, hear about:
How this trip nearly didn’t happen
Experiencing Iceland’s record snowfall since 1937
Why you shouldn’t necessarily visit the famous Blue Lagoon
Taking a Game of Thrones tour led by one of the actors
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On Saturday night, I was at London Bridge during the terror attacks. I recall the how the events played out from my point of view. Thank you to the police who kept us all safe
I take a look at how past experiences abroad have given me a greater understanding of the fallout from the Manchester tragedy and the upcoming UK general election.
On this weeks episode I discuss
the top 10 most liveble cities in the world according to a recent study
why you should travel by following your passion
how more backpackers are visiting Tasmania
On this weeks episode, I discuss the latest stories coming out of the travel and backpacking world. Hear about:
Backpackers who are unable to claim on their travel insurance for injuries in scooter crashes around South East Asia
The future of tours to Leo Di Caprio’s ‘The Beach’
A German Backpacker who was eaten alive by bed bugs in a Sydney Hostel
I talk about the biggest stories of the week coming out of the travel and backpacking world. Hear about:
The end of the 457 visa in Australia. Why the government are tightening up sponsorship and how it will affect future applicants
Bangkok banning the sale of “street food”. Is this travelling favourite really going to end?
The rise of the “Beg”packer. Find out what a begpacker is and why they are polarising