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Another awesome tip from Travelling Homebody: trust your instincts!

Always trust your gut


Always, always, always trust what your gut tells you. It knows better than you, and gets you away from sticky situations. Pick being stuck somewhere unpleasant in the beating hot sun over going along with someone you don’t trust. Choose to move on rather than stay put—despite finances!—if that’s what the gut tells you to do. Follow your gut always.…

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Another gorgeous photo taken by the Travelling Homebody, Diane Lee.

Turkish Gentleman


One of my favourite things about travelling is photographing street scenes. I snapped this dapper gentlemen while I was wandering around a market somewhere in Turkey. If you would like to purchase this photo, contact me.

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Plugs and converters #travel #tips


Some people buy plug converters and some buy transformers. In today’s day and age, most of our electronics have adaptive charging, meaning they can accept inputs of 100-240 volts. For this reason, I have a set of 5 converters only (cost me $10 on Amazon) that covers the whole world. No transformers necessary! Dannie Fountain www.leconsulting.org  Get more awesome tips when…

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Another gorgeous photo taken by the Travelling Homebody, Diane Lee.

Atatürk’s Mausoleum, Ankara, Turkey


I’ve been to quite a few mausoleums in my travels. Nothing else quite stacks up against Mustafa Atatürk’s Mausoleum. Set high on the hill overlooking Ankara, it is a magnificent, peaceful space, filled with beautiful architecture. I was quite taken by it. If you would like to purchase this photo, contact me.

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Another awesome travel tip brought to you by Travelling Homebody... free accommodation!

House sitting for zero accommodation costs #traveltips


I’ve travelled non-stop for the past year with zero accommodation cost by house sitting! Amanda Connolly www.travelust.co Get more awesome tips when you download my free Departure & Arrival Guide! Free travel guide! Have you downloaded my Essential Tips for a Hassle-Free Departure and Arrival yet? This beautiful 7-page travel guide details just about everything I do to make sure the first leg…

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Another gorgeous photo taken by the Travelling Homebody, Diane Lee.

Storm brewing, Positano, Italy


Italy is one of the most beautiful countries on Earth. And even when it’s raining and stormy, Positano is just gorgeous. If you have never driven along the Amalfi Coast, add it to your bucket list. It is stunning. If you would like to purchase this photo, contact me.

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Another awesome travel tip from Travelling Homebody... travel light!

Packing light #travel #tips


As a frequent business and leisure traveler, one of the worst parts of traveling for me is always baggage claim and security. To help alleviate these things, I’ve started traveling much lighter than I used to. I have a carry on bag from Away Travel that includes a phone charger in the bag itself, as well as a laundry bag…

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Another gorgeous photo taken by the Travelling Homebody, Diane Lee.

Big sky, Gladstone, South Australia


I hate to admit that I don’t travel much in my own country (Australia). I figure there will be plenty of time when I retire. This is one of the rare occasions where I did venture out into my own backyard. I stayed with my sister in Pt Pirie and this view across Gladstone was taken while we were out and about…

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Another awesome tip brought to you by Travelling Homebody: get an Air Asia pass!

Get an Air Asia ASEAN pass #travel #tips


If you are traveling within south-east Asia for 1-2 months, then the cheapest and fastest way to commute between countries is opting for the Air Asia ASEAN pass. Priced at just $115 for a one month pass, you can avail up to 10 flights (depending on distance and credits used). I used this pass and traveled to and fro Thailand,…

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Another gorgeous photo taken by the Travelling Homebody, Diane Lee.

Serenity, Halong Bay, Vietnam


Vietnam was the first country I ever travelled to and it has a special place in me heart, just like a first love. I was a terrible photographer back then, but this is one of my better pictures. Halong Bay is one of the most beautiful places on earth… Contact me if you’d like to purchase this photo.

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Keep your essential items secure #traveltips


Keep all your essential travel items in one secure, easily accessible location to enable packing for spontaneous adventures. I have a drawer that I keep my passport, passport photocopies, electrical adapter, carry-on cosmetics, and a slew of other handy necessities so I always know where to find them when I need them. Sierra Donahue www.takeme-withyou.com Get more travel tips when…

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Another awesome travel tip brought to you by Travelling Homebody. Tissues!

Bring tissues with you! #traveltips


Always bring pocket-sized tissues when you travel. You never know who will or won’t provide toilet paper! Brianna Rice www.archivesofadventure.com Get more travel tips when you download my free Departure & Arrival Guide! Free download! Have you downloaded my  Essential Tips for a Hassle-Free Departure and Arrival yet? This beautiful 7-page travel guide details just about everything I do to make sure the…

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Salt lake in Turkey


There were some loooooong driving days in Turkey, which is almost as expansive as my home country, Australia. This huge salt lake was on the way to Cappodocia and was a welcome respite for some leg-stretching. Contact me if you’d like to purchase this photo.

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Another awesome travel tip from the Travelling Homebody.

Be flexible with your travel dates! #traveltips


Be flexible with arrival and departure dates when booking flights to get the cheapest tickets available – you really never know which particular day will save you the most money! Sierra Donahue www.takeme-withyou.com Get more awesome travel tips when you download my free Departure & Arrival Guide! Free download! Have you downloaded my  Essential Tips for a Hassle-Free Departure and Arrival yet?…

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break up in bali

A break up in Bali


Just a holiday fling? I arrived back in Bali full of expectations. I had met Made while I was here in November, and we hit it off immediately. Or so I thought. Y’all know the story of how we met, so I’ll just give you a little reminder: he was the airport driver sent by my hotel to pick me up from…

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Bali highlights and lowlights #BaliDisey


After the end of every trip I do summary of sorts of my experiences—what I loved, what I didn’t, what I’d do differently. That sort of thing. Here are my Bali highlights and lowlights: Bali Highlights Meeting Made on Day 1. In the three(ish) weeks we spent in each other’s company, he gave me access to a Bali I would…

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