Category: RESOURCES

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Seatmates in the Skies

Seatmates in the skies are like surprise presents.   You will never know what or who you are getting until it/he/she gets there. Unless you fly with someone and you booked your seats to sit together. Each time you fly, you’re cooped in a very confined space (talk economy cabin) with hundreds of others, all of...

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My favorite travel Apps

Travel apps prove most helpful when you are travelling. Here are my top four most used travel Apps. If you don’t have any of these already, don’t forget to download them before your next trip.   Google maps Google Maps is my ‘bestest’ of best friends in travelling to anywhere, even just to the next...

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My travel tripods

Tripods. It’s those bulky thingies with three legs and a revolving head. Who needs them while traveling? If you’re taking photos and videos and want your shots to be better, you do. You definitely do. Yeah I know the hassle and the weight they add to your luggage, but the extra effort is worth it....

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Fave lenses

Here are my favorite lenses. The 14-140mm panasonic lens is my “most favoritiest” and the most-used (and abused?) lens. I like how wide I can go with it and how close I can zoom in. The 100-300mm Lumix lens is another favorite. I always love zoom lenses and this one’s a winner. Last but not...

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My travel cameras

I am currently using two cameras—the Lumix G7 and GX8 mirrorless micro-four thirds. My main aka all-around camera is the GX8 and I use the G7 mostly for taking video shots. Oh, I do use the camera in my iPhone X a lot too since it’s always handy.    

Effective Budget Holiday Planning 0

Effective Budget Holiday Planning

Saving money is always a bonus, especially if we’re trying to plan a holiday. If the purse strings are a little tight at present, here’s a few tips on how to get the best deal when it comes to planning a budget holiday:

Travel and Motion Sickness Remedies 0

Travel and Motion Sickness Remedies

Travel sickness is the bane of any vacation. It makes traveling to and from your destination an unpleasant, nausea-inducing experience – and it may also restrict the things you can do while on holiday. Below are a few tips for helping rid yourself of travel or motion induced sickness: – Ginger The root ginger has...

Travel Advice: Emergency Contact List 0

Travel Advice: Emergency Contact List

When going on vacation, part of the fun is unleashing yourself from the bonds of home life and responsibilities. However, there is still a little bit of home you should always take with you: your emergency contact list. The following is a list of numbers you should ensure you take with you every time you...

Water, Water Everywhere – And The Drops You Shouldn’t Drink 0

Water, Water Everywhere – And The Drops You Shouldn’t Drink

When visiting a foreign country, water may be far down your list of things you want to think about. You’ll probably be too busy drawing up a list of sights to see and things to do, and water won’t even figure in the equation. However, depending on the country you are visiting, this could be...

How To Survive An Airplane Journey With A Small Child 0

How To Survive An Airplane Journey With A Small Child

Taking children on an airplane journey can be a nightmare – particularly if it’s long haul – for both you, the parent, and any fellow passengers. Children are easily bored, and when the novelty of being in the air wears off, you will most likely find yourself with an overly energetic child trapped in a...