Remember the imagination that rippled through the children's book, Gulliver's Travels? From the tiny people of Lilliput to the giants of Brobdingnag, the magician and ghosts Gulliver finds on Glubbdubdrib to the talking horses known as
Ever dream about being marooned on a palm-fringed island with, of course, 5-star amenities at your disposal—say Ibiza or the Maldives? Such fantasies may fill daydreams of gorgeous sandy shores to swan along and quaint bamboo beach shack bars for evening cocktails. Of course, you don't want the scenario depicted in the movie Castaways; talking to volleyball 'Wilson' or spearing your own dinner and cooking it after you have mastered the art of making fire.
International travel is slowly but surely recovering after two years of the pandemic. Looking forward to 2022, it seems like the next year’s travel trends will be heavily influenced by this time of limited travel. Travellers want to get back out and
We may not be travelling much at the moment, but there are better ways to use these strange times than to mope and wallow. In between taking staycations and exploring your own country, take the time to plan those trips that you’ve always dreamt of taking. Planning a bucket list adventure takes time – something we currently have a lot of. Create a spreadsheet, dedicate a notebook, get pinning on Google Maps and start saving images of the places you want to visit on Pinterest or Instagram. Here are five bucket list trips that you should start planning for now, to build excitement for when travel opens back up.
Last year wasn’t the best year for travel. Some of us managed brief getaways or were lucky enough to travel before the pandemic hit, but for most of us it was a quiet year at home. We’re now looking ahead to hopefully being able to travel later this year, and have made a few New Year’s resolutions that reference lessons learned over the past twelve months as well as how we’d like to travel going forward.
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.
Keeping your finances in order while travelling internationally is important to ensure you’re safe, prepared and stress-free during your trip. Consider the following finance tips for your next overseas venture.