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
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.
Leaving Telluride around lunchtime, we were faced with our longest drive of the holiday. It was a journey of about 480km but the roads here are good and you are relatively safe from traffic jams, so don’t be put off. We were soon back in the desert, enjoying a beautiful sunset whilst listening to the local native American radio station playing a unique version of the song “Happy Birthday”, that bore little resemblance to the conventional version let’s say!
We are so excited because our very first guest blog is finally online over at our good friend Katharina’s website A Life Beautifully Travelled . She has picked our brains about how we fit our travel around our full time jobs for a series entitled “Travel More in 2016”. The articles included feature all of our typical ‘excuses’ for not going away and possible answers to them. We are the first of the series but there are a few more interesting contributions to come, so keep an eye on her site.
In the meantime, we hope you enjoy our contribution: