Europe is seemingly bursting with vibrant, culturally rich cities and one of the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly ways of exploring some of the most stunning cities in the Old World is by using InterRail. Continue reading
London is now officially the most popular tourist destination in the world. Last year, 4.9 million visitors came to London between July and September, to explore the sights, watch Andy Murray achieve victory at Wimbledon, and take advantage of the city’s unusually hot summer weather. Continue reading →
Thailand really is a backpacker’s paradise.
The flights might set you back a bit if you are travelling from Europe or America but the country itself has everything you could want. Hidden and secluded islands in the south, great beaches, busting and frantic cities and you are a stone’s throw away from travelling to the rest of South-East Asia. Once you get out of Bangkok the prices are pretty cheap too.
However there are usually some telltale signs that you have been to Thailand. We want to look at 6 things that show you have been to the nation that every backpacker needs to visit at least once. Continue reading →
Here at DontFlyGo.com we take always take a more globally conscious view toward travelling. That’s not to say we’re preachy or anything, but we do lean toward adventures that help knock down the level of our ever increasing carbon footprints. Previously, in the past, we covered a wide range of overland transport options – some deviating far from the normal path, some quirky as heck. Continue reading →
Here at DontFlyGo.com we’re always interested in learning how to extend our overland adventures and learn more about the wondrous world around us. The biggest problem we so often face? Funding our adventures, or, better still, finding the money along the way to keep us going further down the road.
So, as for ideas then, where can we best start? Thankfully, after a couple of years experience living around the world in lots of different places, I have a few suggestions. And while some might involve you staying still for extended movements, they all help you get closer to the goal of exploring the world further and farther than perhaps you ever thought possible. Continue reading →