Globehunter's Travel Blog

POSTED BY Mavy | NOVEMBER 14 2017
Label: Fun Facts

Everyone loves a summer holiday, whether it’s a staycation at home, a quick hop over to your neighbours, or a long-haul trip to the other side of the world. But, just where do the residents of Europe travel to?

POSTED BY Mavy | NOVEMBER 14 2017
Label: Travel Tips

There are increasingly large amounts of people turning to blogging as a professional career and travel blogs are a major section of the market. Just typing the words 'travel blog' into Google results in 2.

POSTED BY Mavy | NOVEMBER 14 2017
Label: Fun Facts

Learning another language is tough and we sometimes take it for granted how many people around the world have taken the time and effort to learn English. That’s not to say they’ve all got it perfect though… We’ve scoured the web to find ten hilariously badly translated signs from around the world, which were surely all well-intentioned but have come out with very different meanings than they were intended to have.
We are all fairly clued up that we can't take liquids or flammable items on board a plane, there are all kinds of weird things which you could get stopped over

POSTED BY Mavy | OCTOBER 12 2017
Label: Top 10s

Your time travelling should be a period of freedom, enjoyment, and relaxation where you can forget about the rules. However, there are some pieces of advice which are worth following when it comes to safety, enjoyment, and integrating with the locals and we definitely recommend giving them some thought.

POSTED BY Mavy | OCTOBER 12 2017
Label: Fun Facts

Around the world, there are loads of great celebrations which you should try and see if you ever get the chance. For example, there’s the festival of colour that is Holi, celebrated in India and Nepal, Carnival in Brazil, and Thanksgiving in America.

POSTED BY Mavy | SEPTEMBER 5 2017
Label: Travel Tips

There are a couple things you always look out for when choosing where to go on holiday; the weather, nice hotels, proximity to a good beach… However, safety is also a key consideration, especially with the recent spread of terrorist incidents across the West. We’ve taken a look at the World Economic Forum’s biennial Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, which ranks countries around the world on a number of areas, one of which is ‘Safety and Security’.

POSTED BY Mavy | SEPTEMBER 4 2017
Label: Fun Facts

The humble bread roll may seem like a simple enough part of our diets - a simple small round loaf of bread, eaten with a variety of fillings. Perhaps you enjoy yours with bacon or sausage for breakfast, or with chips in for your lunch.

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 17 2017
Label: Fun Facts

Seeing things from a different perspective can totally change how you view something, and the same goes for cities. And with Google Maps now offering us our own aerial picture of the entire world, we thought we’d scour the globe to find some of the most amazing bird’s eye views across the world.

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 17 2017
Label: Fun Facts

While we love all the modern conveniences of ski holidaying in 2017, such as underfloor heating in the chalets and speedy chair lifts, we still get nostalgic pangs for days when skiing was a relatively new and exciting activity for tourists. Skis were a lot more rudimentary, resorts were few and far between to what we have these days, and fashion on the slopes certainly left something to be desired!

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