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How to properly store your tyres

If you use more than one set of tyres regularly (winter tyres or all-season tyres and more) then you may not have given much thought to how and where you are storing the set of tyres you are not currently using. If you’ve been storing tyres outside or just keeping them in the trunk of your car or storing them in a damp garage then this post is for you. We have come up with a few tips that’ll help your tyres last longer and in turn help you save some cash. Continue reading How to properly store your tyres

Traveller’s Guide to Entertainment in London

Who says you can’t fully enjoy your travel in London without thousands of euros? While it’s true that food, lodging, and entertainment in the city is more expensive than other cities, it is possible to completely enjoy a week or month’s stay there without emptying your pocket. Continue reading Traveller’s Guide to Entertainment in London

27 Golden Rules For Not Ruining Your Trip and Becoming a Master Traveler

Every industry has their own “best practices” — proven rules and standards that guide the industry. Travel is no different. There are many rules to live by that help us navigate the unknown world with fewer costly mistakes and help quicken the pace in which we melt into the local culture. They make travel easier, better, and less stressful.
I have my own rules. Continue reading 27 Golden Rules For Not Ruining Your Trip and Becoming a Master Traveler

Spanish Holiday

Cоѕtа del Sol іѕ the most developed and densely populated раrt оf thе coast оf Andalusia, ѕtrеtсhіng fоr 150km through the province of Malaga. Its primary rеѕоrtѕ are mаdе uр of Benalmadena, Fuеngіrоlа, Torremolinos аnd Marbella to name a fеw. Thе аrеа is very popular with tоurіѕtѕ and mаnу have ѕtауеd оr bоught thеіr оwn Cоѕtа del Sol Vіllаѕ or Cоѕtа dеl Sоl Apartments.  Continue reading Spanish Holiday

17 Easy Steps for Planning Your Next Trip

I remember when I started planning my first trip. I had no idea what I was doing. When I decided to quit my job and travel the world, I walked into a bookstore and bought Lonely Planet’s Southeast Asia on Shoestring. It made the trip seem more real, but it didn’t prepare me for planning a long world trip. Back then, there weren’t really blogs, guides, and apps like there are today. I was lost. I figured it out as I went, just hoping I didn’t miss anything. Continue reading 17 Easy Steps for Planning Your Next Trip