Ho Chi Minh City – or ‘Saigon’ as most people still call it – is where we started our Vietnam trip. It’s a bustling metropolis, with a population of around 9 million,…
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Many holidaymakers are now taking the opportunity to do some exploring by road, both in the UK and further afield. Taking a road trip has the benefit of allowing drivers and passengers to travel at a pace that suits them, without the need to keep to strict timetables and the confines of a bus or train;
When you are on the road, not everything always goes how it’s supposed to, you can often find yourself in adverse situations where you need to rest or even spend the night. It may be that your flight is canceled or that the bus service into town is less frequent than you expected; and the hotels in the area are too expensive and the nearest hostel is located tens of kilometers away.
The first in a series of articles where we will show you how to travel safely. Kicking off the series we start with the very important subject of keeping your passport safe from loss, damage and most importantly thieves. We will also explain what actions you need to take if it does get stolen or lost.