lisbon100bites

There is something literally fabulous and even miraculous about the act of eating… When I can’t indulge my passion for travel , I grab a book and indulge in some armchair travelling. Living vicariously through authors who write about their experiences while living in or visiting a city makes me feel like I’m part of, Read More

on the road

This book should come with a warning: proceed with caution, you may never be able to settle in one place again! And you might take up on hitch-hitch-hicking. On the Road, features the travels of Jack Kerouac and his Beat Generation friends across America in the years after World War II. Its unfastidious relish, Read More

travel with children lonely planet

I’ve used many a Lonely Planet Guide when researching travel. But now, as I juggle motherhood and a passion to keep travelling, I know I need help! It was time to check Lonely Planet’s “Family-friendly travel without the fuss”, Lonely Planet Travel With Children. On my travels, I’ve seen the good, the bad, and, Read More

the travel book

The Armchair Traveller is back and ready to start 2017 with a book that takes you on a journey through every country in the world. The beginning of the year is when we all start jotting down our dreams and start marking holidays on the calendar, so we could ask for a better book to help, Read More

do big small things book

The Armchair Traveller presents you with a chill out easy going book today: ‘Do Big Small Things’. I was armed with this rough-and-tumble field journal and I was prepared to embark on an eclectic journey packed with inspiration and activities from around the globe. Page by page, I was challenged to write, rip, make, and, Read More

bike travel

  As cycling holidays become the first choice of travel for a growing number of us, there is no shortage of places to conquer. Today the Armchair Traveller takes you to “Epic Bike Rides of The World”  Sometimes when travelling, a car can move too fast and walking can be too slow. Pedalling through, Read More

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