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Sun, 10 Jan 2016 Australia
Driving the entirety of the Australian east coast. Top tips on how to do it, how long it will take and what to see along the way. Includes an itinerary for Melbourne to Cairns by a World Nomad who did it.
Wed, 1 Jul 2015 Vietnam
Getting around Vietnam is an art form. Taxis, overnight trains and buses, the back of a local’s motorbike - whichever mode of transport you choose the chances are you’ll come out of Vietnam with a story to tell about it!
But you'll travel smarter if you know the ins-and-outs of transport before you go.
Check out these tips for making your journey as smooth as possible (potholes not withstanding) whichever way you choose to travel.
Tue, 19 May 2015 Philippines
This "undiscovered" gem of Southeast Asia is a beauty! The Philippines is vibrant, full of life and diverse from throbbing metropolises to white sand beaches.
Sun, 21 Jun 2015 Thailand
Travellers are usually overwhelmed by the chaos that is the Thai roads network. This is one of the reasons road accidents are the leading cause of death to foreign tourists in Thailand. Follow these tips to stay safe and avoid being another statistic:
Wed, 1 Jul 2015 Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand is bursting with as much colour, vibrancy and life as it is dark and drab streets. You can experience all that this city has to offer, but keep in mind a few safety precautions to ensure you come out the other side alive!
Check out below for everything you need to know from areas to avoid at night to not getting struck down by a tuk tuk.
Wed, 15 Jul 2015 Argentina
Argentina has the highest traffic mortality rate in South America per 100,000 inhabitants, with Argentinean drivers causing 20 deaths each day.
Mon, 1 Jun 2015 South Africa
South Africa is a vast country with many long, winding and seemingly endless roads. Most are well kept and easy to navigate, and driving on them is a piece of cake. Others, particularly in rural areas, present more of a challenge to drivers and can be downright dangerous.
Fri, 3 Jul 2015 Denmark
If you love riding your bicycle, you'll love Denmark. Cyclists reign supreme here and often have --or think they have -- the right of way on roads. You can even rent bicycles for free.
Mon, 6 Jul 2015 Trinidad and Tobago
Every tropical destination has its ideal times to visit. But it does come down to if you would prefer to avoid crowds, or avoid rain.
Fri, 3 Jul 2015 Panama
Diablos Rojos are the colourful former school buses that are seen everywhere in Panama, they are the principle form of local transport, costing a measly 25c for a one way fare.
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