It’s one of the best ways to see the world – getting a group of your friends together and heading out on the road. However, although it is one of the cheapest options when travelling, road tripping doesn’t always come at a low cost! Here are some useful tips to keep in mind. View Post
Coast, Glens & Countryside
Our short series “Undiscovered Ulster” aims to introduce you to a part of Ireland that has had less publicity than Dublin, Cork and Galway. The Ulster region undoubtedly offers some of the Island’s most stunning scenery and is far less crowded. In the first article of the series, we showed you the hidden gems of Nigel’s hometown of Belfast. Now we are taking you to the to 10 places on Northern Ireland’s stunning North Coast. View Post
Having talked for a number of years about doing a road trip around the South Western US states, we finally took the plunge in 2013 and had the most unforgettable three weeks, seeing some of America’s most iconic sights such as the Grand Canyon, Golden Gate Bridge and Monument Valley and driving nearly 4000km through every sort of scenery imaginable. In short, we really caught the road trip ‘bug’ and now as we are about to head off on our third US road trip in the last 20 months, Nigel has become somewhat of a walking Road Trip encyclopaedia and the go-to free travel agent of our friends. View Post
In part one of our Insider’s Guide to Road Tripping, we answered 5 of Nigel’s most asked questions regarding the planning of a road trip. Now it is time to put these tips into action and plan our route! There are literally thousands of options when it comes to possible routes for your road trip, depending on how much time you have and what your interests are. The first part of our itinerary is designed to take two weeks and is loosely based on our first road trip.