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Andrew Revell

About Andrew Revell

Travel has been in the spotlight of my life for the past eight years or so, ever since I took my first road trip to the Pyrenees in my clapped out old Ford. Since then, I’ve changed four wheels for two and have extensively traveled Eastern Europe on my trusty motorcycle. There have been many stops along the way, as I soon learnt that for me, to truly travel is to immerse myself in a new culture. So far I have lived, worked and volunteered in Poland, Ukraine, Georgia and now Romania.

5 Souvenirs Worth Travelling For: Magical Memories

By | December 28th, 2017|Travel Food, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, World Travel|

It’s easy to lose heart in souvenirs, and to think of them only as cheap, tacky gimmicks. However, there are some things well worth taking back home from your travels. To travel is to explore not only the world we live in, but also your very being. What you bring back from your travels may not be what you had in mind when you first set off on your adventure. It’s well worth remembering that in French, the word souvenir means to remember. With that in mind, let’s take a look at 5 souvenirs worth travelling for. And, don’t worry, these won’t break the bank!

Discover Tobago: The Top 10 Things to Do

By | November 15th, 2017|Travel Food, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, Uncategorized, World Travel|

Considering a tropical escape to the Caribbean? Do it! There’s a wealth of natural treasures to be discovered, but where to start? The tiny island of Tobago is a superb choice, and offers travellers a glimpse of the unknown. Far less touristy than other nearby islands, discover Tobago and leave the tourist trails and crowds far behind.

Winter on the West Coast: Fun in the Sun

By | November 3rd, 2017|road trip, Solo Travel, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, USA|

Winter on the West Coast of America is sure to offer something different. A few years back I took a winter road trip, enjoying the warmth of the winter sun, exploring desert landscapes and taking in the serene beauty the area has to offer. There’s loads of things to do on the West Coast in winter, and as fewer people travel at this time of year, you’ll often find a tranquility that is sadly vacant during more popular summer months.