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TRAVELING EUROPE WITH KIDS

Traveling in Europe with Kids – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

When I want to take a trip, I book a ticket, pack a bag (a small one at that) and go. And then I look at my friends with children and watch in awe at the planning, packing, cajoling, refereeing and excitement containing that goes on when they, likewise, take a trip. And that’s not to mention the bags –… Read more →

Ever wondered what it's like traveling through Europe with Kids? On a 4.5 month adventure with just carry on here's the truth with the good, bad and ugly.... Read more →
first time traveling alone

“Finding Myself”: The Uncomfortable Journey

That first time traveling alone can be daunting – a new location, a life left behind and no idea what the future holds. Yet not many people share these stories of the hard moments. They shout from the rooftops about how they’re travelling the world and living the dream. In this post, my guest writer, Mary Hood from the wonderful blog… Read more →

That first time traveling alone can be daunting - a new location, a life left behind and no idea what the future holds. Here's what it's really like.... Read more →
travel as a gay couple

What’s it Like to Travel as a Gay Couple?

Travelling as a solo female can come with its challenges, particularly in countries that have a machismo culture or where it’s just not common for woman to travel on their own, but I never have to face the reality that in some countries it’s illegal for me to be who I am.  Astonishingly there are 76 countries around the world where it… Read more →

What's it really like to travel as a gay couple in Asia and around the world? Find out in this interview with Stefan and Sebastian from Nomadic Boys.... Read more →
Panama Prison

Banged-Up in A Panama Prison

“I spent nearly a week in a Panama prison,” Tim told me. He was dressed like Hansel (from Hansel and Gretel – did I mention it was Halloween?) and as a clean-cut guy from a small town in Australia, he looked like the least likely character to be doing time anywhere, let alone in Central America. Having once been addicted to… Read more →

After messing up his border crossing from Costa Rica, my travel friend Tim share's the story of that time he spent nearly a week in a Panama Prison.... Read more →
accepting guest posts

Indiana Jo: Now Accepting Guest Posts

THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CONTACTED ME. I NOW HAVE WHAT I NEED SO WON’T BE ACCEPTING ANY MORE GUEST POSTS AT THIS STAGE. I’m going on holiday! Yeah, yeah, I know…my whole life is a holiday (or so my family and friends think) but while I finish up exploring Madrid and then go off exploring the Greek Islands, I thought it might be… Read more →

Indiana Jo, an award winning travel blog, is accepting guest posts for a limited time only.... Read more →
Travel Wish List

My Travel Wish List 2015

Sitting down and dreaming about my travel wish list for the coming year has become one of my favourite end of year jobs. It was a tricky task for 2014 because I was living in the shadow of a year of travel burn out, but this year I have a lot more clarity. I’m going to spend 2015 exploring more of Europe. Why… Read more →

My travel wish list for 2015 has been pretty easy to compile. Next year is going to be a Europe. Read on to find out why Europe and where I want to go.... Read more →
Pictures of sunsets

2014: My Year Told In Pictures of Sunsets

As the sun (almost) sets on 2014 I’m so happy to be sitting here writing these words: “I’ve had an amazing year of travel”. They’re the kind of words that can make people want to push your smug little face into the dirt, but I hope you’ll forgive my boasting because my amazing year of travel came directly off the… Read more →

With over 50 countries visited, I see a lot of sunsets and yet they still manage to inspire me. Here's my 2014 travels shown in pictures of sunsets.... Read more →
reasons to be grateful for great britain

45 Reasons to Be Grateful for Great Britain

I know Thanksgiving isn’t a British holiday, but given we suddenly appear to be claiming Black Friday as if it were our own, I thought I’d use this significant US holiday to think about all the great and wonderful things that make up the country that I call home. Which caused me to check out a few facts about Great… Read more →

Travel has made me grateful. From human rights to leading healthcare to inventing the world wide web, these facts about Great Britain prove its greatness.... Read more →