Travellers nowadays look for practical tips and advice that’s more than just specific destination information. On this page you’ll find useful information applicable to all trips. But as I’m a destination expert on Ireland I’ll throw in a few tips specific to there as well.
Please note that my Home page has Coronavirus COVID-19 travel resources.
Travellers always need to check with their government’s Foreign Office/Ministry prior to international travel as advice can vary depending on nationality. Staff in embassies/consulates abroad are the best placed people to help if things go drastically wrong (e.g. natural disaster, terrorist attack).
Consular Protection: EU citizens can get help from the embassy or consulate of any other EU Member State when travelling in a non-EU country where there is no embassy or consulate from their own Member State.
Given that it caters for a wide range of budgets and has comprehensive search filters, Booking.com is my preferred choice when booking accommodation. This month I have a special offer on booking.com. Click on the below image for further details.
In a panic trying to get ready for your trip? Don’t worry, print off my Pre-Travel Checklist and prep like a boss.
My Schengen Tourist Visa post gives an overview of the visa required by non-EU citizens when visiting countries in Europe’s Schengen Area, a 26 country zone of EU and non-EU countries.
Mens sana in corpore sano is a Latin term which translates as A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body. How does one achieve or maintain this on the road? Eating healthy is key so have a look at my Eating Healthy While Travelling post for some essential tips.
For those of you interested in what studying in another country is like, check out Sydney Richardson’s Study Abroad Stories from blogger’s around the world.
Those of you grappling with the complexities of travel insurance should check out this useful guide by the ConsumersAdvocate.org.
SOLO FEMALE TRAVEL
For gals who want to travel abroad for the first time, I have a specific post on Planning Tips for Solo Female Travellers. Much of this advice is applicable to general travellers as well.
Check out my post on the 10 best solo female travel destinations. The post also includes popular destinations which I don’t think are solo female friendly. You’ll be surprised with my choices.
If you can’t physically travel abroad for whatever reason, I have a number of Armchair Travel posts to keep your wanderlust satisfied. I have a general Guide to Discovering the World from Home and a specific post on European TV series. For younger travellers, I have a guide on How Kids can Discover the World from Home.
I have a number of posts on my beautiful home county of Kerry. Find them and other practical advice in my Kerry Travel Guide post.
Want to travel Ireland at your own pace but nervous about getting behind the wheel of a car? I’ve specifically written a guide on Tips for driving in Ireland for tourists and travellers.
You’re enjoying your holiday in Ireland but you’re not quite sure of the meaning of some phrases. Our pure form of English is interspersed with slang phrases so study my list of Slang in Ireland to see where exactly the conversation is going.
Want to get started on blogging? Here are some useful blogging tips on my What is a Travel Blog post.