From bagging a window seat to avoiding booze and a heavy meal to making a nest for yourself, here are some top tips for sleeping on a plane.
These are all of our transport blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
Boats, cars, camels, donkeys, planes, trains, tuk-tuks, no matter the transport we’ve probably taken it on our adventures. That’s just one of the things we love about travelling. You rock up somewhere new only to discover you need to trek through the forest on the back of an elephant (yep, that has actually happened to us).
Transport is obviously a big part of travelling otherwise it would be pretty hard to get around! In some places, how you get around almost symbolises the country or continent. Take the trains of India, or the chicken buses of Central America. You can’t visit these places without going on these modes of transport; you’ve just got to embrace it and enjoy the ride!
Are you looking for the cheapest flight? Then you’re at the right place! This information this can save you hundreds of pounds when booking a flight!
Flying to Amsterdam? Then take a look at the ultimate list of things to do at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and you’ll never be bored again!
With the most beautiful landscapes you’ll ever see on board the Arctic Umiaq Line, boat trips really don’t come much better than this!
Flying to Greenland was the most excited I’d been about flying since going on holiday to Disneyland when I was five. It just doesn’t get much better than this.
Did you know you can fly high over Helsinki from an airport just 10km from the city centre? No? Thought not. This is my #HelsinkiSecret.
Getting from Santiago to Calama is actually very simple but I thought I’d go into it anyway to help those who don’t know what they’re doing.
If you’re planning on taking the bus around Central America like most backpackers, here is a list of pros and cons to help decide which way to go.
If you’re catching the train from Bucharest to Chisinau you’re in for one helluva good ride. Here is everything you need to know about the train.
I’ve taken some rocky bus rides in my time, full of delays and manageable to horrendous conditions. However, my first bus ride in Bolivia might take the cake.