Extreme travelling – Seeing the world without money

About us and magickervan.com: We are Magy and Mr. Shushtari from Bulgaria. We have travelled the world and have lived in different places for 10 years now. Some of the countries we visited before our current journey are Laos, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Morocco, most of Europe and we have lived in Spain, Czech Republic and […]

Travelling through the lens with photographer Matt Powell

What started your interest in travel photography? I began taking photos about four years ago with my IPhone travelling around Vietnam. Looking back, it sounds pretty funny, but thankfully following that trip a good friend of mine encouraged me to invest in a Canon EOS600, which I still use today and I haven’t looked back. […]

Wild Camping in Europe with travel photographer Micah Wright – Part 5

Wild Camping in Europe – Day 23: We travelled through four countries today. We started in Austria, decided to lunch in Liechtenstein (famed for being the world’s largest producer of false teeth), found a famous mountain pass through the Swiss Alps (Furka Pass), and ended up in Italy at Lake Como.  It was a long […]

Freedom camping in Eastern Europe with travel photographer Micah Wright – Part 4

Wild Camping in Eastern Europe Day 17: What a brilliant night sleeping at the base of medieval castle ruins in a tiny hidden town. Again, the night was ours!  So nice to be on a path of our own.  We cooked up some breakfast by the lake and explored the ruins a bit more, before […]

Freedom Camping in Eastern Europe with travel photographer Micah Wright – Part 3

Freedom Camping in Eastern Europe Day 12: After two notable dates in Cesky, we had to move on. I will greatly miss this quiet fairy tale medieval town. Drinking games, bonfires, riverside camping, an engagement, local pubs and some of the cheapest and best food and beers I’ve ever had. We roamed the pedestrian only […]

6 Reasons Travel is good for your CV

6 Reasons why backpacking is good for your CV. A lot of us know the feeling of trawling through page upon page of job adverts, looking for one that doesn’t ask for ten years of experience, four degrees and a gold Olympic medal… But what so many employers don’t understand is that yes, we might […]

48 Hours in Beijing, China.

48 Hrs in Beijing: What to see and do as a backpacker! The capital city of China, Beijing (called Jing in short), is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. It’s not just because Beijing holds some of the best relics of The Great Wall, but mainly because the city holds an […]

Sani Pass & the highest pub in Africa.

Backpacking in Lesotho, Sani Pass & the highest pub in Africa. What could be more irresistible than having a cold crisp beer with good friends and a view that is beyond spectacular? Having a chance to explore one of Africa’s most impressive mountain ranges the Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Mountains which crosses over into the often overlooked kingdom […]

A Backpackers Guide to Packing

A simple guide to packing for backpackers! If you’re one of those travellers for whom the days before a departure are more about anticipation than preparation, chances are you’ve often found yourself stuffing everything but the kitchen sink into your bag with just minutes to go before your plane/train/automobile is due to depart. You’ll know, […]

7 advantages of travelling solo in India for Backpackers.

Travelling solo in India for backpackers. If you are on a journey to self-discovery, then the best thing to do would be to travel alone. Travelling around the world is a joy, it is an endeavour where you learn so many things and delve into the depths of your character. How you behave when you […]