Working on organic farms while travelling

Working on organic farms while travelling

Contrary to what some may believe about our generation, we aren’t completely ignorant when it comes to farming and growing organically. Many of us our generally interested and concerned about the food we put into our bodies, and this motivation stems far deeper than being seen as trendy and oh so cool. More and more…

The Khao San Road – the backpacker capital of the universe

The Khao San Road – the backpacker capital of the universe

I love Bangkok. I love it for many reasons. It has an energy that many cities in the world can only dream of. It’s got some of the friendliest people you will find anywhere in the world. It’s great for shopping too. Plus, it’s also got the only street in the world that is frequented…

Free things to do in Seoul

Hostelworld.com’s latest guest post ‘Free things to do in Seoul’ is by Juno, a travel blogger who, in her very own words, ‘designs the world’. Currently working as a mechanical engineer, she is also a perpetual backpacker. She has all these peculiar ideas about travel and she pours them out on her travel blog, Runaway…

Ten fun budget things to do in Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada

Our latest guest blogger of 2011 is Candice Walsh, founder of popular travel blog Candice Does the World. After studying English in London for six weeks a couple of years ago, Candice was well and truly bitten by the travel bug. Since then she has travelled to Holland, Mexico, Ireland and more. To keep up to…

Clubs in Miami – are they really that hard to get into?

A couple of years ago, I remember hearing from friends that getting into dance clubs in Miami, an extremely hip city famed for its beautiful people, was notoriously difficult. The burly doormen of these chic and trendy clubs, most of which are found in South Beach, would look you up and down before deciding whether or…

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