Joshua Tindall

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So far Joshua Tindall has created 11 blog entries.

10 Quick and Easy Travel Packing Hacks

By | February 6th, 2018|Uncategorized, World Travel|

Packing! You either love it or hate it, there are not many people who fall in-between. Whether you’re visiting your parents for the weekend or heading on an overseas journey, you will find some useful packing hacks below. If you have any packing hacks you think should make the list please write them in the comment section below.

7 Haunted Castles you must see in France

By | January 23rd, 2018|Travel Stories, Uncategorized, World Travel|

Desperate men, brave adventures and those who want to try their luck with the haunted castles have travelled from all corners of the world with the idea that they alone could withstand the horrors within the haunted castles of France. Very few have survived, many fled in terror and retreated to the safety of nearby villages while those who stayed experienced something extraordinary! Are you the type of person who would stay or flee?

The Best Christmas Carols From Around The World

By | December 11th, 2017|Australia, Travel Stories, Uncategorized, USA, World Travel|

Christmas is around the corner, it’s time to start playing those Christmas songs and truly get into the Christmas spirit. Have you ever wondered if everyone around the world listens to the same songs? Is a German family singing the same songs than a polish family or someone in Australia? Do the songs sound better in other languages?

The Spain you aren’t familiar with: Asturias

By | November 12th, 2017|Travel Food, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, World Travel|

Looking for your next feel like a local travel experience? Look no further than Asturias in Northern Spain! There are many well known throughout the world and even more unknown places, it’s up to you to explore these places and find out what’s so special about them. In this post I will be telling you about the special things to see, try and do in Asturias.

More than Cocaine! Top Reasons to Visit Colombia

By | October 2nd, 2017|Travel Food, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, Uncategorized, World Travel|

Modern day Colombia is completely different to that of the past, Escobar no longer runs the country and everything appears to be improving. Being a tourist and staying safe in Colombia involve a few pieces of common sense to avoid unnecessary dangers, although citizens from various countries have various travel warnings there are plenty of safe places to visit for those wishing to explore this wonderful place. With no five star attractions, like Machu Picchu, Iguazu Falls or Patagonia it’s up to you to meet the friendly locals and find out what they think makes their country so appealing for tourists.

How to supersize your health on a USA road trip

By | September 13th, 2017|road trip, Travel Food, Travel Stories, Travel Tips|

In todays modern world people are always worrying about staying healthy so why should our holidays be any different? You can always try the local cuisine and specialties but remember to eat in moderation. Some places, such as America, make it a little harder to keep a healthy diet with their excessive portions and fatty food. Who wants to spend their holiday traipsing through supermarkets instead of the sights? Keep reading to find out my tips on how to stay healthy on your travels through the land of large.

A Guide to German beer culture

By | August 21st, 2017|Budget Travel, Solo Travel, Travel Food, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, World Travel|

In Germany, it’s quite popular to have a beer while sitting in the sun with friends in a park. I’ve done it many times. Coming from a country like Australia, the public drinking laws in Germany are amazing, as long as you don’t go crazy there should be no problems. For students, it’s perfect just to pick up a few beers and find somewhere in the sun to relax, talk and unwind. For tourists, the choice of beer is overwhelming, walking down the isles of the supermarket trying to choose a beer is one of the hardest choices of your day.

10 ways to make the most of your travel Camera

By | August 5th, 2017|Budget Travel, road trip, Solo Travel, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, World Travel|

Trying to decide what camera gear to take on your holiday? Use this quick guide on essential advice for beginner travel photographers to help you decide what you need and what you can leave at home. Want to have your photos published in National Geographic or in a Lonely Planet book one day? While I can’t make a promise like that I can assure you that being prepared is a good start. These 10 tips will help you get prepared to become a travel photographer or videographer, they also apply to anyone who’s aiming to work in travel related industries.

Live like a local in Germany

By | July 26th, 2017|Budget Travel, Solo Travel, Travel Food, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, World Travel|

Would you like to live like a local in Germany? Keep reading to find out some tips and tricks that will put you on the express path to feeling like a local. For most people, when they think of German they will picture lederhosen, pretzels and beer. Unfortunately, this is only a small part of the country and for a short time every year – Oktoberfest. The good news is with the following tips I can help you become a local in one of the most amazing countries in the world.

8 places you should not visit in 2017

By | July 15th, 2017|Travel Food, Travel Stories, Travel Tips, World Travel|

Traveling should be fun and adventurous but in the current state of the world, it appears that any location that attracts people could be the next location of a large scale terrorist attack. I know this is a scary thought but please don’t let it deter you from travelling, be mindful of your surroundings and try to keep up to date with current events as much as possible. Here is a list of 8 places to avoid around the world for various reasons, keep reading to find out!