Collaborations, Contributions and Guest Posts

We’re always pleased to collaborate with others.  Here you’ll find details of places we’ve visited as shared with other websites and media.

Guest Posts

6 Things To Do In Ghent That You Can’t Miss

From the celebration that is Festeen to street art, instruments of torture, vegetarian feasting and time spent on the water, here’s how to get your adventure on in Ghent.

with Adventure in You

A Local’s Guide to Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, UK

From Shakespeare’s Birthplace to life on the Avon, museums full of automata and canal life, here’s an introduction to quintessential England.

with Earth’s Attractions

Collaborations: Collections

17 Travel Bloggers Share Their Guilty Pleasures On The Road

With 203 Travel Challenges

From artisan cheese to a night in on your own to how to get really comfortable on a plane, it’s all here.  (And my guilty pleasure…well, you need to go see!)

Best Christmas Markets In Europe

With Wandering Redhead

We’ve added Antwerp’s Kerstmarkt to this jingling, starry, snowy and hot chocolate scented romp through the spectacle that is Christmas in Europe.

10 Ideas To Document Your Travels

With Photojeepers

If you’ve ever regretted not remembering more of your travels, here’s a great selection of the ways to document those adventures, from photos to journaling.

15 Of The Best Beaches in The World – Selected By Travel Bloggers

With Spend Life Traveling

There’s a whole array of salty sandy loveliness here, to which we contributed the glory that is Saunton Sands in north Devon, England.

Great Rail Journeys – Where you won’t Forget the View

With Soultravel

It’s no secret that we’re lovers of train journeys, and here we made many notes for our bucket list.  Our contribution was the beautiful if stormy trip on the Settle Carlisle line from the Yorkshire Dales to the Scottish borders.

Tips and Ideas For a Long Layover in Chicago

With EmDashed

Chicago’s always buzzing, and here you’ll find plenty of tips to enjoy your time, even if it’s only a layover.  We’ve added the treat for the ears that is Kingston Mines Blues Club and a visit to Buddy Guy’s.

Yes Unicorns Do Exist: Tales From Solo Female Travelers Over 40

With Wandering Redhead

Despite being coupled up for a long time now, I still take trips on my own.  Here you’ll find a celebration of experiences from the open road, showing that adventure is ageless, and solo travel can still be infinitely rewarding.

Reviews with The Birmingham Press

You’ll find our regular contributions to the Birmingham Press here.