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The Quirkiest Hostels in Thailand

Hostels are not normally something we would opt to stay in.  In fact, they are something that I tend to steer completely clear of but whilst researching our trip to Thailand I stumbled on a couple of properties that actually appealed. I will even go as far as saying that…

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A Memorable River Kwai Stay in Kanchanaburi, Thailand

As we sat on the river bank sipping our ice-cold beers, listening to the occasional long-tail boat flying by, the journey to get here seems to be all but a distance memory. It is easy to forget, after having a warm shower, unpacking and relaxing leisurely on our own private…

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Very Bad People by Patrick Alley is a non fictional work that highlights certain corruption issues around the world

Review: Very Bad People by Patrick Alley

Sometimes you read a blurb for a book and think, ‘I need to read this,’ Very Bad People is one of those books.  This is not a fictional read, but any one of the stories here could easily be made into a blockbuster movie, and people would be forgiven for…

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How to earn a passive income while travelling. Read this article via @tbookjunkie to find out what you could do.

How to Earn a Passive Income While Travelling

I feel I need to clarify right at the very beginning, that this is not an article offering get-rich-quick schemes, everything I am about to cover takes time and effort. However, once up and running you may well begin to see some passive income coming in to supplement your other…

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How to travel through South America regardless of your budget. Sharing our top tips on how to make your trip meaningful without breaking the bank via @tbookjunkie

5 Tips For Traveling Through South America On A Budget

If you are travelling around South America on a budget, there is a lot that you can do to save money without compromising on having a great time. In fact, in many cases, you will have a more authentic, genuine experience and see more of the “real South America” when…

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Book Bloggers: Why it’s Time for People to Pay Us

The world and the way we absorb information is changing. Years ago, if I had said to my parents I wanted to be a YouTube Star or an Internet Influencer when I grew up they would have seen it as a simple pipe dream; a thought that they would put…

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Review: The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley

Imagine finding a notebook left in a cafe which contains the saddest thoughts of another within its pages. This is exactly what happens to Monica, a former lawyer-cum-cafe owner in Fulham, London. One day, while clearing a table she stumbles upon a green notebook, just like the ones she used…

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