Whether you are cycling to work each day, enjoy it as a leisurely activity or enjoy taking a road trip with your bike, you must ensure you are fully protected. As you will more than likely share the road with other vehicles, safety should be your number one priority no matter what you do. All too often, cyclists can focus on getting to the destination rather than what they might encounter on the way.
Travelling alone or even with a friend or partner can be daunting for women – especially if they are visiting a place that is completely different to home. With recent reports showing that 71% of women in the U.K have experienced sexual harassment in public places (report by the APPG for UN Women) it’s important to consider how you will feel safe when travelling. Here are a few things I consider every time I travel.
The past few months have seen air corridors opening up in certain regions, such as within Europe but travel has been predominantly restricted to short haul destinations. As the pandemic continues, we ponder the question: should you travel long haul during Covid-19?
It’s easy for travellers to think of protecting themselves and their loved ones from COVID-19 as they’re settling into airplane or restaurant seats or checking into hotels. But sometimes consideration for others goes out the window, especially when it comes to protecting service personnel at airports, shops, hotels and restaurants, on airplanes and in taxis.
Travel for many is currently on pause due to COVID-19, but that isn’t stopping us planning for the future. One question that keen travellers are currently thinking about is where we should be visiting after lockdown.
The Coronavirus pandemic has spread all around the world, disrupting everyone’s daily lives – but it’s also causing havoc to travel plans. What should you do if you’re currently travelling in America, or if you have plans to travel in the U.S.A.?
Many bucket lists have the scribbled words "helicopter flight" in big letters. The most remarkable sights of mammoth landscapes such as Victoria Falls in Zambia or the Grand Canyon in Arizona are feasts for the eyes. Before you book a helicopter tour, do a bit of research and never fly if the weather is terrible.
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