London Taxis

23 Jul 19
I am not going to make it

You know how the song goes, the witch is dead. Although in my case I mean not a witch, what has died is the need to please my parents and strive for their approval. I am done with their attitude towards me. I posted a while ago about my stepdad and the sneaky shit he […]

23 Jul 19
'N A Perfect World with Nneya Richards © 2015

A continuation of my conversation during my appearance on CBS This Morning, here are my tips for traveling as a woman, solo.

23 Jul 19
Rachel Marie Travis

1. Resist Over-Planning My first trip to Paris was crazy & tiring.  Avoid trying to fit everything in ONE trip, unless you’ve allotted plenty of time!  In my opinion, Paris is best enjoyed with plenty of hours dedicated to leisurely exploring…it gives space for unplanned adventure, and those can sometimes provide the most incredible memories […]

23 Jul 19
Ugochi Uninterrupted

I was full of mixed emotions of both nervousness and excitement when I boarded my flight from Langkawi to Penang, leaving my family behind for 3 days to travel solo. Having always travelled with other people, it was a new experience, but those few days in Penang were the highlight of my entire holiday. I […]

23 Jul 19
Robinson Family Vacation Blog

This morning we were picked up at 10am by our taxi driver/tour guide. We hired him to take us around the city for 3 hours. We started by going to Buckingham Palace and seeing the changing of the guard. This is where a new group of guards goes from St James Palace to Buckingham Palace […]

23 Jul 19
Talk, Tastes, and Travel

Let me back up a few steps. It has always been my dream to do some massive trip, especially with my friend Barukh. Barukh travels all the time—finding cheap flights to practically everywhere in the world, rearranging his PhD schedule to accommodate many trips, saving money in the most frugal ways possible in favor of […]

23 Jul 19
The Global Gator

We were late for the ball.  It was a hot day in the Georgian city of Bath, nearing ninety degrees. After failing to hail a taxi or get an Uber, my Dad and I decided to get into our carriage, otherwise known as a silver Volvo, and speed into town. By some miraculous turn of […]

23 Jul 19
Rockskippers

Lovely lavender, as far as the eye can see. Swaying in the breeze. Just outside London, lies the beautiful fragrant fields of Castle Farm and The Hop Shop. A burst of purple and scent amid the rolling green fields of the UK’s Kentish countryside. How to get there There are a few different train routes […]

23 Jul 19

So I’ve been back to reality for a week now (or I had been when I wrote this, since then I disappeared to Latitude festival without any signal and where this post failed to upload, Latitude blog post is also now pending) so it is safe to say I am missing the blue skies, sandy […]

23 Jul 19
Jem's Blog

@UpatTheO2 @MindCharity Check out my amazing weekend climbing the O2 and fundraising for Mind whilst doing so!

23 Jul 19
The Dancing Circus Traveller

Have you ever dreamed of taking the romantic train ride through the depths of Siberia? Watching the snowy scenes race by as you dream of you next icy destination? If you want to go, but find yourself wondering what to expect from the Trans Siberian Railway then read on… What To Expect When You Board… […]

23 Jul 19
Tales of A Wandering Mariner

The Russians stole our elections…Russian spy ring busted in Philadelphia…A major hack in the Pentagon servers..must be the Russians…..problems in Syria…it’s the Russians…Iranian proxies hit Saudi Arabia…must be with Russian help…..Kim Kardashian had a fall and injured her precious …Yup! Russians to blame. All of the above, except the last bit is pretty much what […]

23 Jul 19
Eibhlis

Arriving late to Rabat from London Stansted meant that my first impression of Morocco was delayed until the following day, when the orientation for the volunteering project took place. It was here I was introduced to Rabat Medina. There is no other way to describe walking through the Medina than being launched into a sizzling […]

23 Jul 19
Travel with Leighton Literature!

Want to get the full picture? Before reading this why not start with my article: Mad Day Out Beatles Taxi Tour Part I, Liverpool. Reading from China? This travel report contains a YouTube video, which can only be viewed with a VPN! May 2019. What an incredible morning we’d had driving around Liverpool with Ian […]

23 Jul 19
Maxi Taxi Sydney

maxi taxi sydney airport to city There is nothing more convenient than booking a taxi or cab in Sydney using Rydo’s app. We make the process as simple as possible and give you all the options you need. Simply download the app and follow the prompts. minibus hire with driver sydney cheap minibus hire with […]

23 Jul 19
Maxi Taxi Sydney

maxi taxi sydney airport to city There is nothing more convenient than booking a taxi or cab in Sydney using Rydo’s app. We make the process as simple as possible and give you all the options you need. Simply download the app and follow the prompts. minibus hire with driver sydney cheap minibus hire with […]

23 Jul 19
Maxi Taxi Sydney

maxi taxi sydney airport to city There is nothing more convenient than booking a taxi or cab in Sydney using Rydo’s app. We make the process as simple as possible and give you all the options you need. Simply download the app and follow the prompts. minibus hire with driver sydney cheap minibus hire with […]