Posts tagged How-Tos
How to Never Have a Bad Holiday

Travelling is idealised as the perfect escape from our very imperfect lives, yet being on a holiday doesn’t grant you immunity to trip-ups and f-ups. But instead of calling in quits, your travel mishaps don't have to ruin your trip. If you’re wondering how, read on and take it from Matt, the guy who’s never had a bad holiday.

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Travelling Incognito - Maximising your Anywhr Experience

You may have had your fair share of previous ‘localised’ travel experiences where you moved around as a local would - but somehow you haven’t quite mastered the art of travelling truly incognito, blending in so seamlessly that even the locals think you’re one of them. In this article, Sarah shares with you some practical tips you can adopt to really put the local in your Anywhr Experience.


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The Self-Care Bucket List for Tired Souls

“I’m always so busy but I don’t know what it is I’m doing.”

If you’re heard that one before (or if you’re the one saying it), then you must know how certain days can feel like a complete whirlwind. The weekend comes and all you want to do is lie under the bedsheets and pretend Monday isn’t around the corner, or scour the internet for travel deals so you can escape your life for a bit.

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How to Gain Confidence While Exploring an Unfamiliar City

If you’ve seen memes showing 'Expectations versus Reality', you’ll know that there are gaps in how we expect things to turn out versus how they actually turn out. They say 'curiosity kills the cat' but as we all know, cats have nine lives; and so do us. We just have to find out how far off 'Reality' is from 'Expectations' - how different can they be? ;)

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5 Ways Every Anxious Solo Traveller Can Spend Your Time Abroad

If you’re a first time solo traveller, it can be an anxiety-ridden experience. Before you take the plunge into seclusion in the mountains, try these options to ensure you have ample human connection while still allowing yourself some alone-time. Here are 5 things every anxious solo traveller can do to take the edge off.

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