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Backpacking in Warsaw, Poland: My Stay at the Famous Oki Doki Hostel

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Readers of my blog will be extremely surprised to hear that I didn’t stay in a hostel in Warsaw until November 2016. It was my fourth visit to the city (fifth if you count a train change) and...
by Don't Stop Living on Dec 12, 2016

Backpacking in Poland: Staying at Hostel Cycle On in Gdańsk

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel My return to Poland for my fourth visit meant a first time arrival in Gdańsk. This was a city that interested me through the years for many reasons. Firstly, back at Ards Tech. as a student I...
by Don't Stop Living on Jul 23, 2016

Backpacking in Belgium: Staying at Charlie Rockets Hostel in Bruges

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel In 2016, I finally gave some airtime to Belgium. Yes, I had been before but I breezed through it on a road trip with my German mate Rene. After Northern Ireland got knocked out of the Euros in F...
by Don't Stop Living on Jul 8, 2016

Best Hotels In Manila

One of the greatest services offered in Manila are the hotels. At an extremely cheap price you can find yourself in a lovely room in one of the city’s fantastic hotels, enjoying your... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for f...
by Travel on Jul 8, 2016

Backpacking in France: My Stay at Young and Happy Hostel in the Latin Quarter of Paris

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Paris grows on me, I admit that. While I’m not going to preach about the top backpacking sights in the most touristic city on planet earth, I am happy to share my adventures through the city &...
by Don't Stop Living on Jul 4, 2016

Backpacking in Belgium: My Stay At Hostel 47, Ghent

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel On arrival into Belgium, my friend Pol told me to try and visit Ghent. At the time I was enjoying the quirkiness of Brussels (yes I wee-weed against a church) and then I decided on a train to Gh...
by Don't Stop Living on Jul 1, 2016

Backpacking in Belgium: Staying at Jacques Brel Hostel, Brussels

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Oh Brussels, this place certainly sprouted a surprise in my backpacking calendar. The reason being, 10 hours before I arrived in the city, I had no idea I would be here. It all relied on the Nor...
by Don't Stop Living on Jun 30, 2016

Backpacking in France: My Stay at Le Regent Hostel, Montmartre, Paris

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel I’m not a romantic, nor is Paris really my type of city. But somehow on each visit, it grows on me. Perhaps it was the reminiscing I did when I was here. It’s a city that most people...
by Don't Stop Living on Jun 27, 2016

Backpacking in Italy: Staying at Madama Hostel in Milan

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel I heard that Milan only had three hostels, which seemed odd for such a huge city. I had an early morning border train to France to catch on route with the Green and White Army to Euro 2016 and s...
by Don't Stop Living on Jun 14, 2016

Staying at the Kinlay House Hostel in Cork, Republic of Ireland

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel It was a weird and emotional return to Cork City for me this month, it had been a twenty year wait to get back here and things just sorted themselves out. I arranged to do a tour with IrishDayTo...
by Don't Stop Living on Jun 8, 2016

Boracay 2016, Day 4 & 5: Five Days on a P4,000 Budget

Here's the last installment of my Boracay post! I've already shared with you our budget, why we love Second Wind, some activities we did & food places around the area. This post is also action-packed as I will be sharing with you the tour we got...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Mar 14, 2016

Boracay 2016, Day 2 & 3: Five Days on a P4000 Budget

Here's Part 3 of my Boracay post! In my previous entries, I've shared with you our budget for the whole trip, and the reasons why we love Second Wind. As I said in my first post, our average total expense per person was just P9,000 for 5 days includi...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Mar 11, 2016

Boracay 2016: 8 Reasons Why You Should Stay at Second Wind Bed, Bunk & Breakfast

I am a huge fan of hostels or cheap accommodations in general. Why? It's because there are a lot of decent places you could stay at that are actually super nice yet extremely budget friendly! When you're on vacation naman you usually spend most of yo...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Mar 10, 2016

Boracay 2016: Flight, Accommodation, Transfers & 5-Day Pocket Money for P9000

No matter how many times I've been in one place, no trip is ever the same. EVER. I guess that's also one of the best things about traveling. There's just always something new to discover-- new places, new activities, new faces, new people. I just cam...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Mar 10, 2016

RUSSIA : WEEKLONG BREAK IN MOSCOW AND SAINT PETERSBURG PART 2

Similar to leafless twigs that appear dramatic, poetic and almost gothic, Saint Petersburg in northwestern Russia remains to be attractive, enticing and seductive even on winter. With passports as ID and pre-booked online tickets to night train as ou...

Punta del Este vacations

Punta del Este is out of the touristic season a small town with 10 000 inhabitants in the south american country of Uruguay. But in summer, which just started in Uruguay, its population reaches an... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Travel on Feb 17, 2016

Hong Kong & Macau 2016: Arrival, First Night & Austin Inn

Hello again! This is it! More details on our Hongkong/Macau 2016 trip. Blogged about how I planned our trip and some budget tips, so I hope you already checked that out. Hehe. Anyway, we flew from Manila to Macau via Cebu Pacific last January 12 (tic...
by Drowning Equilibriums on Jan 21, 2016

LIST OF THE BEST BUDGET HOSTELS IN TBILISI, GEORGIA

By Pie Tan ​For Philippine passport holders, this country doesn't require a visa prior to traveling. We are eligible to get a visa upon arrival and this is a great news for Filipinos who wish to experience some white Christmas and...
by The Travel Tub on Dec 9, 2015

A Manchester Vacation

There are a number of places in United Kingdom that you could spend your holiday, and favorites like London, Glasgow, and Dublin often come to mind, which is why they have become such overpopulated... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Travel on Nov 12, 2015

Different Types of Accommodations in Australia

Hotels Hotels are commercial establishments that provide lodging, meals as well as a plethora of guest amenities, facilities and services. It’s a must for hotels to have at least 6 letting bedrooms, among which 3 must have attached private bath...
by World Tourism Forum on Sep 9, 2015


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