Here are some of the travel resources we use to help us travel, blog and make videos. We hope you find them useful, just follow the links for more info.
On the Road
This website has endless information and booking services for the rail networks of the world and has been invaluable to us. It run by a true train geek and constantly updated. Take a look.
We always carry a trusty Lonely Planet guidebook for most destinations. It’s just reassuring to thumb through the pages and work out where to visit, eat or stay. Shop for guidebooks here.
We use Airbnb where possible for a more authentic local experience. We’ve stayed in some amazing places world wide. Use this special link to get free credit on us when signing up.
Agoda lists thousands of quality hotels across Southeast Asia and beyond. We always find it easy to grab a last minute deal, perfect when your plans change. Click to book a room now.
Travel Blogging Resources
SiteGround host our site and are brilliant on both cost and support. We happily recommend them if you are beginner or semi pro looking for a great web hosting deal! Get hosting right here
Starting a travel blog was one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. It’s opened up opportunities for us that we could have never imagined. Use this guide and start your travel blog today!
Makes any WordPress installation more stable and flexible. It’s easy to add stunningly well designed themes (like ours). A worthwhile investment, find out more here.
This online course is a handy go-to for many new travel bloggers and pros alike. Easy to follow lessons break down all you need to know. We highly recommend it! Sign up and start now.
Travel Gear We Use
Charlie swears by this backpack. It’s easy to use, hardwearing and very lightweight. The 3 main compartments make it ideal for easily separating out stuff. Get one now.
These chaps t-shirts have been fantastic when traveling around hot and humid places. Charlie sweats a lot less plus they dry very quickly. Bonus! Get yourself a set.
Kristina loves her comfortable outdoor shoes. They have Proven waterproof after rigorous testing in the muddy rice fields of Sapa! Worth investing in a pair.
Travel Tech We Use
This is our main laptop for editing photos and videos. We went for the 8GB version for the extra juice to tackle those big tasks head on and it’s not failed us yet! Take a look now.
We also use a this laptop for browsing and writing etc. It runs on ChromeOS and boots up in seconds, is lightweight with a sharp screen. Check out the full spec.
Combined with the 50mm lens, Kristina uses this to take all the amazingly detailed close up shots for our blog. It’s very reliable, ideal for anyone starting out. Buy one here.
It looks like a GoPro but it’s not quite the same grade. Still, at a good $300 less it does a pretty fine job of capturing go-pro wide angle shots. Find one at the best price here.
Now our main travel camera. Very powerful, yet nice and discreet when we want to grab a shot but not the attention. The prefect compact. Full specs and prices.
We use this good basic tripod to get some nice stable shots with our Sony RX100III. It’s lightweight and comes with a handy bag too. Grab yours at a good price.