Scotland travel tips (Ayrshire, Glencoe, Carrbridge) – Part 1

Summarized and unblogged travel tips from our past Scotland travels by public transport. This post covers Glencoe, Carrbridge and South Ayrshire.

Spirit of Scotland Travelpass : Is it worth it?

What is this pass? The Spirit of Scotland travelpass is pre-dominantly a rail rover ticket (similar to a Eurail pass in mainland Europe) where one can take unlimited train & ferry journeys along with a few bus journeys for £134 (4 days out of 8) / £179.70 (8 days out of 15). Travellers to Scotland, … Continue reading Spirit of Scotland Travelpass : Is it worth it?

Philippines transportation lessons and tips (Day 6)

Due to specific planning choices undertaken by us, we actually spent the whole of Day 6 going from El Nido to Manila only to catch an early morning flight out on Day 7. So we thought it'd be befitting to talk about transport in Philippines peppered into a short Day 6 rambling. All transport tips will be … Continue reading Philippines transportation lessons and tips (Day 6)

International Travel Tips

This blog post will enumerate general travel tips that we've used or discovered. Use the comments section to provide some of your own. We'd love to hear from fellow travellers. This post has a lot of data so we have tried our best to categorize topics into Flying, Staying, Eating & Spending. Summary Table: Topic … Continue reading International Travel Tips

Switzerland Transportation Guide

Switzerland is truly the most breathtaking of countries. In my opinion, the Swiss are some of the world's smartest people. The union of the 2 facts implies that most of Switzerland is highly accessible by public transit, including some engineering marvels. Every time we look back at our pictures, all we want to do is hop back … Continue reading Switzerland Transportation Guide

UK Transportation Guide

UK is moderately large in area by European country standards and public transportation can help one reach even some of the most remote areas. Driving is a great option too, as long as you remember to "Keep Left" (right hand drive, different from mainland Europe & US). The downside of UK transportation is that it's more … Continue reading UK Transportation Guide

USA Transportation Guide

USA is a massive country and for the most part, knowing how to drive helps immensely in getting around. However, a big part of the country can be seen without knowing how to drive, but may need some upfront planning. Flying is the most common way to see the country. Buses and especially trains are … Continue reading USA Transportation Guide