It may seem surprising, but yes, the more you travel the greater your resilience builds. Especially if you travel solo or frequently. Travelling is both rewarding and challenging. but it is the challenges you face which build your resilience. Most importantly, the way you deal with these challenges will help you in the workplace. Continue reading “Building Resilience through Travel”
If you like colourful, then take a stroll through La Boca the bohemian side of Buenos Aires. This side of the city has sprung up as a major tourist attraction with visitors flocking to admire the brightly painted houses. Continue reading “Viva La Boca”
There is little room in the economy section of an airplane as it is. When the person in front of you flings their seat back, there is even less. It can be annoying and an inconvenience.
Reclining the seats on an airplane has also been a highly debatable topic. So here are five golden rules I have collated to asssist you when your fellow passengers feel the need to recline. Continue reading “The Golden Rules of Reclining”
Earlier this month I completed the Lares Trek in Peru. A challenging trek which took me to 4,800 metres above sea level. The Lares Trek is higher than than the famous Inca Trail and more challenging. Continue reading “Strategise your Hike”
A trip to Peru is not complete without a visit to Machu Picchu. There is no better feeling than to sit up on the agricultural steps and look down at this ancient Incan city.
Take the half hour bus ride from Aguas Calientas , a town built specifically for tourism. You can also buy your ticket at the same time you purchase the bus ticket. However, be warned, get there early as the line for the buses literally winds ups the street. Continue reading “Magical Machu Picchu”
This week I am in Peru. More precisely, Cuzco, the centre of the Incan world. The city is rich in history and Peruvian culture. You will get the most out of youtr stay by getting out and immersing yourself with the locals. Even if you only have a basic level of Spanish, you will get by. Continue reading “Captivating Cuzco”
Another trip down memory lane from my visit to Rome. I was walking passed the Pantheon one morning and came across this busker. Even though it was quite warm, did not prevent her performance. As I stood listening it confirmed again for me the people we meet during our travels make travel even more enriching. Continue reading “Roman Summer”