The Bestest Posts of 2015

Bestest (n, adv., adj.) excellent, awesome, highest quality, successful, outdone, desirable, supreme, unbeatable, favourable, ideal, perfect, most wonderful, crème de la crème, supreme, almighty, finest, greatest…

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It’s time to relive a little magic! Here are your favourite Bag Most Travelled posts of 2015:

  1. Starting a blog – How and why we started a blog after our return. Also gives you some practical considerations for starting a blog AND our first month reflection on the experience. A very useful read to help you weigh up whether you want to start a blog. Check it out here.

    Starting a blog
    Starting a blog
  2. 50 ideas to save money for your next big trip – Money saving ideas from our uni days to get your saving quicker for your next adventure. This post is broken down into categories such food and groceries, accommodation, transport, and entertainment. Check it out here.

    50 ideas to save money
    50 ideas to save money
  3. Our love affair with Nepal and why you’ll fall in love too – Like any good romance, we never expected to fall in love but we did. Everyone falls in love with Nepal and you can check why we’re a match made in heaven here.

    Our love affair with Nepal
    Our love affair with Nepal
  4. 5 Reasons you should keep a travel journal – Check out why you should keep a travel journal and of course, some practical considerations for starting a journal. You can read this post in full here.

    5 reasons you should keep a travel journal
    5 reasons you should keep a travel journal
  5. Ways (not) to annoy your travel companion – our quick guide to being a good (or terrible) travel buddy whether you’re travelling with a friend, family member, soulmate or random you met on the bus. Guaranteed helpful tips right here.
    Ways not to annoy your travel companion
    Ways not to annoy your travel companion

     

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Happy travels
Prue & Rob

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