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When Bucket List Publications opened up for guest submissions, I was ecstatic Finally, after following Lesley’s adventures for the past year, I could brag about a few of my own… and give you some ideas for your own list. Now I can’t give you the entire list, since there’s several hundr
Like most people, I had been dreaming about travel my whole life. From Safari in Africa, Carnival in Brazil, right through to wandering Roman streets. I’d spend hours looking at photos and reading other peoples travelogues, or talking to those who had been, but never really gone anywhere myself. S
Adam recently wrote about 5 European Hotspots he’s never seen. Immediately I thought “dude, how can you live in Europe a year and not see Greece, Italy, and Turkey, and most importantly Amsterdam?” But seriously, you live in Germany, and you haven’t been to Munich? After all it’s incredi
My name’s Ian, I’m almost 30 years old *shock*, and I’m a travel blogger. I used to work in IT, but quit the 9-to-5 to explore some of this magnificant earth before I ‘settled down’. I blog on solo travel, adventure travel, and basically just doing whatever-the-hell-you-feel-like. I star
For many years Europe has been popular amongst the travel crowd and backpacker circuit, but the assumption is always travel in the West. Is it because of pop culture and plenty of media coverage; or simply ease of getting around, communicating in English, and a common currency? Many have no ambit
You may remember a while back I won a blogging competition where first prize was a week-long stay on Elba Island, Italy. Well, as part of the prize package, I recently participated in an interview with Silvia over at Trippando. Interview with Ian, the #momtripelba winner Please give a short summar
I am Ian Cartwright, just a regular Aussie guy who one day decided enough-was-enough: I quit my job, rented out my house, packed up my stuff, and bought a one-way ticket to Turkey. I write about travel, achieving goals, and a lot more...