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Registering for classes and signing forms about my room used to be so easy

FRANCE | Fri, 4 Sep 2015 | By kakimono | Views [252]

Tuesday we met for a walking tour of part of Marais. “Marais” being French for “when I was a kid, the entire city used to a swamp, and we had to go to the Latin quarter just to be on solid ground.” It was led by Guillaume, an ... Read more >

Tags: apartment, class registration, tour, transport

David in Brusselland

BELGIUM | Sat, 20 Jun 2015 | By davidpearlman | Views [428]

Throghout my travels, I have been utilizing public tranporation, where in Europe is generally very good. The only other transport besides public bus, train, tram (or plane), has been walking.  Here in Brussels, there is one thing that I was wondering ... Read more >

Tags: brussels, transport

Day 6- Surat Thani

THAILAND | Wed, 29 Apr 2015 | By emiliepb | Views [243]

Due to our checkout time and how it lined up with the train times we faced ourselves a 3 hour wait in weather I wasn't adjusting very well to. As we had overslept breakfast I went on the hunt for food at the train station, proudly returning with a tube ... Read more >

Tags: food, night market, surat thani, transport

The heart and arteries of Jakarta.

INDONESIA | Sun, 1 Feb 2015 | By homeless_harry | Views [525]

After my close encounter of the non-consensual kind in the last journal, I wasn't feeling as suspicious of Indonesians as what most people would. So far, I would rate them pretty highly in the friendly stakes with the other Asian countries I have visited.... Read more >

Tags: city, jakarta, language, locals, monuments, transport

If you don’t laugh you’ll cry: things that amuse me about Dhaka

BANGLADESH | Sat, 15 Jun 2013 | By kirsty_nz | Views [2304] | Comments [1]

After a week in beautiful, sleepy-green Chandpur, returning to Dhaka is an assault on the senses. As the ferry approaches the city, the first thing to hit you is the smell rising up from the water… a sulphurous, putrid mix of chemical and organic ... Read more >

Tags: bangladesh, dhaka, transport

A Nomad Knows: Peru

PERU | Mon, 13 May 2013 | By travel-tips | Views [4177]

Alicia Smith is the Programs Marketing Manager at World Nomads and recently travelled to Peru. She is a nomad who knows, so check out her Peruvian advice before you go! A nomad knows to never  skip on purchasing passes to Wayna Picchu.... Read more >

Tags: cusco, food, machu picchu, nomads, peru, south america, transport, travel

Transport in The Netherlands

NETHERLANDS | Mon, 5 Mar 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [1102]

Most people in The Netherlands own a bicycle (or two) because it's a pretty easy way to get around this generally flat country. Even when cars came within the reach of most people, the bicycle remained popular and city planners have made the cars ... Read more >

Tags: bicycles, europe, netherlands, transport, travel-safety-tips, travel-transport

Off the Beaten Path: India

INDIA | Tue, 17 Jan 2012 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views [11089] | Comments [1]

Upward of 5 million foreign tourists flock to India every year. 5 million . That’s like if the entire population of Finland boarded airplanes and all flew to another, already over-populated, country. With such a figure in mind it can be difficult ... Read more >

Tags: india, off the beaten path, transport, travel

Thanksgiving Travel - Safety Tips

USA | Sun, 20 Nov 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [709]

If going home for Thanksgiving was easy, would we appreciate the embrace of our family as much? Still, it is about family so getting there (and home again) safely is what it's all about. Here are some tips to help you arrive in one piece. Don’t ... Read more >

Tags: america, transport, travel-transport, usa

Getting from A to B in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE | Wed, 16 Nov 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [510]

Zimbabwe in African terms is a paradise. It’s a country of abundant wildlife and amazing environments, although getting around the country to see all these amazing areas can be quite difficult and frustrating. But this is Zimbabwe, it’s not an easy ... Read more >

Tags: africa, transport, travel-safety-tips, travel-transport, zimbabwe

How I Survived the AMTRAK Train

USA | Thu, 10 Nov 2011 | By nomads-survival-kit | Views [5330] | Comments [3]

This year I travelled across America on the AMTRAK. Beautiful sleeper cabins, a dining cart with cocktails and white linen table clothes and service that would put top restaurants to shame. I thought this would be a beautiful way to see the country.... Read more >

Tags: amtrak, chicago, san fran, transport, usa

Playing cards with the Ugandan Police

UGANDA | Tue, 8 Nov 2011 | By sharoncrean | Views [464]

Okay, in essence, they watched while my daughter and I played last card while they sussed it out. We were on our way to Gulu, in Northern Uganda to check out water projects our donors had given to as well as some speaking appointments. Two hours into ... Read more >

Tags: africa, transport, uganda

What to Know About Senegal

SENEGAL | Fri, 4 Nov 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [405]

Compared to some other West African countries, the political climate in Senegal is pleasantly stable. Few insurgent attacks or incidents of banditry occur here. However, over the last year, an increase in politically-linked crime has emerged in ... Read more >

Tags: africa, senegal, transport, travel-crime, travel-safety-tips, travel-terrorism

Getting Around And Staying Healthy In Comoros

COMOROS | Fri, 30 Sep 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [519]

The island of Grand Comore has no public transportation system and no buses. Hitch-hiking is the most common mode of "public" transport. Sometimes locals will expect a small payment from travellers who hitch a ride. The European Commission ... Read more >

Tags: comoros, health, transport, travel-health, travel-safety, travel-transport

Is It Safe To Travel In Cameroon?

CAMEROON | Wed, 14 Sep 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [1339]

Like most countries in West Africa, Cameroon's road networks, both paved and unpaved, are poorly maintained, poorly lit and unsafe at all times of the year. During the rainy season, many roads are barely passable even with four-wheel-drive vehicles.... Read more >

Tags: africa, cameroon, transport, travel-crime, travel-safety, travel-transport

India Travel 101: A Guide to Northern India

INDIA | Fri, 26 Aug 2011 | By travel-tips | Views [16427] | Comments [1]

Rich in history and culture, India is an incredibly fascinating country to visit. It has so much to offer in terms of astonishing World Heritage Sites, delicious cuisine, as well as some amazing shopping. A great place to start exploring this captivating ... Read more >

Tags: cuisine, food, getting around, india, northern india, people, taj mahal, transport, travel, travel 101

Dangers in Bosnia

BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA | Tue, 16 Aug 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [1081] | Comments [2]

The high population of landmines, poor quality of driving conditions, bad weather and natural dangers can make Bosnia and Herzegovina a difficult place to navigate.  For example Bosnia and Herzegovina have a problem that you may not have ... Read more >

Tags: bosnia & herzegovina, europe, transport, travel-safety-tips, travel-transport

Driving Tips for Latvia

LATVIA | Fri, 12 Aug 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [514] | Comments [1]

Eastern European countries are known for being slack when it comes to driving skills, and Latvia is no different from the others.   Drivers often “forget” to follow the rules, and pedestrians may not be something that drivers consider should ... Read more >

Tags: europe, latvia, transport, travel-safety-tips, travel-transport

Haiti Safety Tips

HAITI | Thu, 28 Jul 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [743] | Comments [2]

Let's start with the road quality in Haiti which is generally speaking, terrible. The government has managed to clear many of the roads closed due to damage from the earthquake, but not all of them. Some roads are closed, some roads have ... Read more >

Tags: caribbean, haiti, health, natural disasters, transport, travel-health

Tips for Travel in Slovenia

SLOVENIA | Thu, 28 Jul 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [634]

Driving in Slovenia is a breeze. The roads are generally good, well marked, and traffic outside the cities is light. But regulations on drivers are strict and you can be stung with a hefty fine if you don't follow them. Driving Tips If ... Read more >

Tags: driving, europe, slovenia, transport, travel-tips, travel-transport

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