My last outgoing passenger cards for international travel from Australia will remain a souvenir

Say Goodbye to Outgoing Passenger Cards in Australia

They’ve always been a slightly annoying but required part of any international flight out of Australia, but very soon they will be no more. Those little green outgoing passenger cards will be redundant after what’s being reported as a 1st of July 2017 cut off date. When I heard the date I actually had aRead More

Picking the right travel camera is a great move for your photos

Choosing a Camera for Travel: How to Pick the Right Camera for You

… This is a guest post by Mark Condon of Shotkit … Hey everyone! My name’s Mark and I run a site called Shotkit which is all about camera gear and photography. Amanda has kindly let me guest post here today on Adventures All Around on the topic of choosing a camera for your nextRead More

Le Monastere des Augustines is one of the more unusual Quebec City Hotels

Three (very) Different Quebec City Hotels to Stay In

Quebec City is one of the oldest and most beautiful settlements in North America.  That’s the definition of North America that also includes Canada, of course. But you got that. The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site, with narrow cobblestone streets, 17th and 18th-century houses and charming sidewalk cafes. The Old Town areaRead More

View from a tent at Dunton Hot Springs Glamping holidays, image Dunton Hot Springs

The Best Glamping Holidays Resorts in America

… This is a Guest Post by Rich Brown from Rolling Fox  … If you love camping, but you don’t want to give up on luxury, then glamping holidays may be a great choice for you. While the idea of glamping dates back to the 1300s when Turkish Ottomans built luxurious tent cities, the modernRead More

Save money on flights with a very simple travel tip

The Simple Travel Tip That Can Save Money on Flights

… This post has been brought to you by Cheapflights … There are all sorts of ways to save money on flights. You can travel in the low season, fly mid week rather than weekends, opt for budget airlines, or go for a no frills ticket option. You’ll also have a better chance to saveRead More

A power nap can make travel better, as it did for me here in Moana Surfrider, Waikiki

Mastering the Art of the Travel Power Nap

… This is a Guest Post by Sara Westgreen from the sleep science hub Tuck Sleep … Traveling can be exhausting. Jet lag, early flights, shuffling children, sleeping on unfamiliar mattresses, and changing time zones can make any traveler tired. Even if you’re just taking a short flight or car trip, the hustle and bustleRead More

With views like these Shanghai Ritz Carlton's Flair is one of the best rooftop bars in the world

The Seven Best Rooftop Bars in the World

… This is a guest post by Hans Ebenman and Rikard Fredricson of The Rooftop Guide …   If you love to dine and drink with a view then here’s a story for you: the seven best rooftop bars according to the world’s biggest website and guide on the subject, The Rooftop Guide. The RooftopRead More

Flying above clouds

Why Your Credit Cards’ Travel Insurance May Not Be Enough

… This post has been brought to you by Fast Cover travel insurance … Every year I buy one thing that I hope I never have to use. Travel insurance. Apart from not wanting to tempt fate and fearing that the first trip I dared to take without it would be the first time IRead More

Road leading to one of Phu Quoc’s beaches. image courtesy Motormanner

An Epic Vietnamese Motorcycle Road Trip

… This is a guest post by Laura Knight of Motormanner … Vietnam is a mix of old and new (as is much of Southeast Asia these days). You can travel to almost any part of the country, even random, ramshackle garages that sell petrol out of water bottles, and find perfect, high speed Wi-Fi.Read More

Damien Harte, Birr Castle Butler and Tour Guide

Damian Harte, Butler and Tour Guide Birr Castle: Ten Questions

One thing you realise pretty quickly when you travel around Ireland is not only is it very very green, with very friendly people, it also has a lot of castles. Over the years I’ve lost count of how many castles I’ve visited in Ireland but after our Le Boat trip on the Shannon I visited oneRead More