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10 Sep, 2020, 12:41
3 ways your business can cross borders  
Paul Woollacombe

If you like to travel expanding your business overseas is a great way to combine making an income and visiting new places. Paul Woollacombe says it’s easier than you might think.

8 Sep, 2020, 18:07
Sureprice car rental Porto: bandits, avoid  
Jack Barker

Fifty years of renting cars hadn’t prepared Jack Barker for the charmless thieves at Sureprice car rentals in Porto. The next time he visits Portugal he will certainly hire elsewhere.

24 Aug, 2020, 09:57
Tips for taking a last-minute staycation  
Lucy Barker

There’s still time to slip in a quick holiday without going abroad. Lucy Barker has some tips on planning a trip within the UK.

15 Jun, 2020, 14:23
How to prepare your child for moving abroad  
Lucy Barker

There’s a lot to consider if you’re moving your family abroad. Lucy Barker has some useful advice.

17 Apr, 2020, 20:21
5 travel make-up tips: travel beauty products to pack  
Paul Woollacombe

Paul Woollacombe is, inexplicably, this guide to your cosmetic needs for the next big journey in your travel life.

23 Feb, 2020, 11:53
Flying Business Class with Swiss: don’t bother  
Brian Fisher

Brian Fisher is well into his eighties so he booked Business Class for a flight to Thailand. But his experience with Swiss proved stressful – and unexpectedly expensive.

4 Feb, 2020, 07:06
How to leave your rat-race world  
Philipp Meier

Philipp Meier says the gig economy isn’t just for frazzled delivery drivers. It is possible to go self-employed and still live really well.

12 Oct, 2019, 12:19
A broken phone is no disaster  
Angus Cunningham

When Angus Cunningham’s phone breaks during a visit to Seville he finds disconnection makes for reconnection as he is forced to interact with the culture of Spain and the people all around him.

1 Oct, 2019, 15:23
Responsible tourism: the how-to guide  
Elinor Abraham

It’s a hard one. The rich seem to feel justified racking up any number of air miles but the rest of us don’t. Elinor Abraham says there’s a way to travel ethically.

26 Sep, 2019, 12:17
Portable voice-over set up for travel  
Paul Woollacombe

Paul Woollacombe says voice-over work is one trade that is perfect for travellers on the move. This is what you need.

17 Jun, 2019, 15:51
Ditch your standard USB-C charger: Anker makes better  
Jack Barker

Apple are great at many things. But their charges are large, heavy, bulky and not even much good. Jack Barker says Anker has a better alternative if you need an USB-C charger for the new generation of mobile devices.

20 Apr, 2019, 10:24
Medical Tourism in Europe  
Paul Woollacombe

There are many reasons to travel, and medical tourism is a growing trend. Paul Wollacombe looks at some options.

23 Mar, 2019, 08:48
They don’t all speak English, you know  
Lucy Barker

English speakers have it easy in this new age of travel. But Lucy Barker says it’s important to remember that most of the world’s population have languages of their own.

23 Nov, 2018, 15:15
Freediving and photography – it’s a black and white issue  
James Monnington

Free-diver James Monnington has taken his camera all over the world, from the waters off the UK to the Galapagos Islands and the cenotes of Central America. He talks to the Travelmag about shooting black and white.

8 Nov, 2018, 17:31
Charging your phone and devices when travelling abroad  
Jack Barker

In a world where USB chargers are ever-more important on the road, Jack Barker finds that Anker is the company providing what the traveller needs. Here, their four-port charger with a continental adapter built-in.

24 Oct, 2018, 19:36
Adventure travel: a personal experience or a new industry?  
Stephanie van Es

Stephanie van Es examines the concept of ‘Adventure Travel’ and how it interacts with the commercial world.

7 Jul, 2018, 13:39
Getting sick of corded earphones losing channels? Go bluetooth  
Jack Barker

Jack Barker hails the new waterproof bluetooth earphones from Anker. Between travels or on them, they make listening easy.

27 Jun, 2018, 12:45
7 effective tips for writing travel stories  
Lucy Barker

Many people dream of travel writing but don’t know where to start. Lucy Barker has some tips and tricks.

21 Jun, 2018, 12:08
CruiseDeals.co.uk launch new transactional website  
Paul Woollacombe

Discounted cruises are to become easier to book than ever with a new initiative by a major cruise discounter. Paul Woollacombe reports.

21 Jun, 2018, 09:12
Travel essentials: how and what to pack  
Lucy Barker

When it comes to packing for a trip abroad, there are some things you’d like to take and others you need. Lucy Barker has a guide.

4 Jun, 2018, 15:59
Majorca’s guide to airport scams – and how to stay safe  
Nicola Griffin

Palma is one of the world’s safest airports, but over the years they’ve seen all the classic tricks being tried. Nicola Griffin’s guide makes essential reading for all world travellers.

4 Jun, 2018, 08:17
Top 5 honeymoon destinations  
Lucy Barker

As if weddings weren’t already enough, the honeymoon is definitely a great excuse to splurge. Lucy Barker says this is the time for a holiday of a lifetime.

29 May, 2018, 09:19
A beer map for the world  
Lucy Barker

Lucy Barker presents this handy guide to world beers.

22 May, 2018, 14:00
Mediterranean-inspired homes on a budget  
Paul Woollacombe

Pick up a tile or two of continental style. Paul Woollacombe says there’s a lot to learn from our continental neighbours.

21 May, 2018, 19:26
What to prepare if you are planning to travel and live abroad  
Lucy Barker

There’s a world of adventure out there. But sometimes you have to be practical. Lucy Barker says that just occasionally Crate Storage might make your travels easier.

22 Feb, 2018, 18:18
Things you should know planning a couple’s getaway in winter  
Mark Eastwood

With cheap flights in termtime, winter is the ideal time for couples to take a romantic break. Mark Eastwood has some advice.

21 Feb, 2018, 12:31
Surefire methods to reduce travel stress  
Paul Woollacombe

Paul Woollacombe says there are several ways to reduce travelling success, though his proposed solutions are somewhat unconventional.

13 Oct, 2017, 07:38
Services you might need when you travel  
Mark Eastwood

Business travellers are different. Often the destination hardly matters at all. Mark Eastwood reckons that what they need abroad is a transcription service.

22 Sep, 2017, 16:19
To boldly go alone – top tips for solo women travellers  
Lucy Barker

There are many advantages to travelling alone. You meet more people and have more fun. Lucy Barker has some thoughts on the special issues that face women going solo.

11 Sep, 2017, 15:21
How to keep safe when you’re travelling alone  
Lucy Barker

Travelling alone can become too much of an adventure. Lucy Barker has some suggestions that will help solo travellers stay safe.

5 Aug, 2017, 13:51
Scared of flying? £1m if you’re right  
Alistair Thompson

A new insurance policy pays out a million pounds if you die on a flight. Alistair Thompson says put your money where your mouth is if you think you’re likely to crash.

29 Jun, 2017, 12:04
A traveller’s guide to using Google Maps  
Paul Woollacombe

Google Maps have revolutionised how we get to where we need to be. Paul Woollacombe presents a useful guide to making the travel app work for you.

30 May, 2017, 14:25
European online travel giant grows in Spain  
Paul Woollacombe

According to their latest financial figures available, Spanish company eDreams ODIGEO confirms its position as the leading online travel company in Europe and one of the largest in the world.Paul Woollacombe reports.

22 Apr, 2017, 14:21
The expected results of Trump’s travel bans  
Simon Barnes

The effects of Trump’s travel bans continue to reverberate around the world. Simon Barnes adds his thoughts to the discussion.

12 Apr, 2017, 17:05
How to boost your career prospects while you travel  
Lucy Barker

There’s no need to sacrifice your career by taking time abroad. Lucy Barker says that a little planning – and use of social media – can let you travel but keep your work momentum.

6 Apr, 2017, 15:14
Four business-class flights: which airline fares best?  
Brian Fisher

In 2017 Brian W Fisher had something a binge flying business class around the world. Unlike most travel journalists he actually paid for his flights, so his comparative review is balanced and revealing.

23 Mar, 2017, 15:17
How to make sure you are covered when flying abroad  
Paul Woollacombe

The world of travel insurance can be quite a minefield. Paul Woollacombe has some words of advice.

15 Mar, 2017, 08:11
Flat tyre on a rental car: who pays?  
Jesse Hughes

Tell a car hire company you’ve had a flat on their tyre and they’re more likely to accuse you of damage to their rim than offer to pay. Jesse Hughes has a guide through this car-rental minefield.

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