How to have your travel cake and eat it too: Tips from part-time travellers

Christmas may be long gone and Spring somewhat of a distant future fantasy but there’s a lot to be said for January. If ever there was an excuse to try something new, or to finally get around to doing that thing you always wanted to do, now is the time…… View Post

2017 in photos: Dream, Travel, Live

2017 has been a big year for me. It’s the year I decided to pursue my passion for travel, writing and photography and launch Part-Time Passport – an alternative travel blog to inspire others that a life of travel and adventure is 100% possible without having to quit your job… View Post

10 Free Travel Apps that will change your life

I’m going to let you in on a little secret…. I’m a hoarder. Yes. I hoard everything from old Christmas cards, to year-old receipts, to carrier bags (stuffed within even more carrier bags). But recently, I’ve discovered a new hoarding habit… Apps. That’s right, my smartphone is FULL of them – most I… View Post

Discovering the heart of Seville in 3 days

Seville isn’t somewhere that immediately springs to mind when you think of European city breaks. But if this enchanting city in Southern Spain isn’t on your radar then it really should be. Think churros, tapas, sunshine… then throw in some beautiful architecture, colourful side-streets and even more tapas and… View Post

5 of the top things to do in Wells

It might be England’s smallest city but there is plenty to see and do in beautiful Wells. Nestled within the Mendip Hills in Somerset, this medieval city is full of “Olde” English charm and architectural beauty. It’s the perfect place for a Sunday wander or a relaxing weekend getaway. Here’s… View Post

Road-tripping the Canadian Rockies in 2 weeks

It’s been ranked the #1 place in the world to visit in 2017 by Lonely Planet, the Telegraph and New York Times and there really couldn’t be a better time to tick Canada off your travel bucket list. If the promise of magnificent scenery and captivating cities isn’t enough… View Post

The perks of being a part-time traveller

It's easy to think that the only way to travel the world these days is to quit your 9-5, pack up your bags and head for the open road with a one-way ticket in hand...

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