Male Travel Advice Articles and Travel Advice
Gents, take note of these seven commandments and ensure your travelling relationship doesn't become more roadkill. Or you could learn the hard way. Your choice.
Travelling with your significant other is easier said than done. Luckily for us, Marta Napierala has given her top 5 tips on how to travel with your partner.
What is your travel horoscopes for 2013? Are you going to have the best year of your life and find that special someone or are you going to mix it and change it up?
Four and a half years ago Ben sat at home in England with a bit of a dilemma. He wanted something more from life; the answer suddenly found him - Canada.
Working out who to travel with on your gap year can be a nightmare. Do you travel with a boyfriend, with a group of friends or do you travel on your own?
There is no combination more ideal for meeting a new partner; sun, beach, cheap alcohol and nothing else to worry about. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are on the rise, not just amongst young people back home, but even more so amongst young travellers. Research has shown that over 50% of travellers have sex with more than two partners whilst out on the road.
Most common serious ailments that affect travellers are contracted either by the bite of an infected animal or insect, by ingestion of contaminated food or water or by close contact with infected individuals. Certain measures can be taken to avoid contracting an illness transmitted by the first two routes. Here's my guide to 'Staying Healthy on Your Travels'.
No matter if your parents are supportive, or unsupportive, or you are 14 or 45, everyone's relationships with their folks are going to be different. The only issue here is reassurance. They want to know that you're going to be all right and that what you're doing is a good thing. Apparently, nearly all parents fear they will never see their child again when they see them off at the airport.
In this guide I cover the basic health issues that you should know about before you travel. However, this guide is not a substitute for a personal consulation with your GP or you local travel clinic. You should seek personal, professional advice about these issues, whether you're at home or whilst travelling.
Shaving is a bit of a hassle. If you aren't a particularly hairy person, then you are lucky. Razors and foam can be a bit expensive. A lot of people use the chance while they are away to see what they look like with a beard. If you grow a goatee, make sure you have some small scissors to keep in it in shape.