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  1. Bonnie Gooding
    December 25, 2019 / 3:34 am

    Hi there

    Are you considering visiting Cape Town? Check out our South Africa Informational blog to find out about all the latest pre-travel information you will need.

    Thanks & have a great day further
    The South Africa 101 Team

  2. Dave
    February 6, 2020 / 10:41 pm

    Hi just wondering if you think its worth getting a VIP ticket for Benicassim or is the normal one good? thanks

    • February 13, 2020 / 6:28 pm

      Hi Dave,

      I think the normal one is fine and amazing value! Depends if the add-ons for VIP are something you want I guess..

    • Kim Mexter
      March 21, 2021 / 7:43 pm

      I absolutely love your 2 week turkey trip and your write up was so awesome and helpful…thank you..
      was just wondering if you have a ball park figure of what your turkey trip cost you…

      • March 25, 2021 / 10:46 pm

        Hi Kim! Thanks so much. The two most expensive things was the three day sailing trip (€300) and the activities in Cappadocia (hot air ballooning was €100). I think the paragliding in Oludeniz was also €100. That side, accommodation and flights/transport was really inexpensive. I’d say all in, I spent €1200 including flights to/from London. You could easily spend less than this if you do less activities in each place, but for me, they were just must-dos. All the accommodation I stayed in was comfortable and great value. Hope that’s helpful!

  3. Scott
    July 13, 2020 / 9:25 pm

    I have been looking at going to the Philippines for some time now and have read numerous blogs and have found your post to be so informative and probably the best I have read. I have been planning a route for a while which I need to fit into a 2 week holiday as my son is at secondary school, I want to fit in Boracay, El Nido and Bohol and was wondering if it is practical to fit both Boracay and El nido into a 2 week itinerary? and how to travel between the 2.

    My trip that I have planned is flying from the UK to Manila and getting a connecting flight to Cebu or El Nido/Puerto Princessa and taking everything from there. So roughly

    Day 1 to 5 El Nido, Day 6 Puerto Princesa (see the underground river caves) continue to Cebu, Day 7 Cebu to Bohol spend 2 nights on Bohol, Day 9 to 14 Boracay is this possible

    • July 15, 2020 / 11:54 am

      Hi Scott! Thanks for your message and so glad to hear you find the posts helpful 🙂

      That sounds like an awesome route – it’s essentially my itinerary in the opposite order. There are direct flights on AirSwift between Cebu and El Nido – but you need to check their site for the dates you’re planning and make sure it is running 🙂 You can also fly from El Nido to Boracay on AirSwift too.

      Here’s their route map https://air-swift.com/flight-route/ but it’s hard to see what’s actually running right now due to COVID.

      I think your itinerary sounds great – you could potentially add another day to Bohol and do 1 less in Boracay. Bohol you can do the full day tour to Chocolate Hills etc, a full day boat trip and I highly recommend visiting Bohol Bee Farm (or staying there too). I have a detailed post on the farm and on Bohol.

      A final thought to consider is that I believe you can also fly to Cebu on Emirates via Dubai and Cathay via Hong Kong, which would speed up your itinerary slightly if you don’t want to spend time in Manila.

      Hope this is helpful!


  4. N.N.
    July 13, 2022 / 5:49 am

    I have a question. Can you tell me how can I go from European side of Istanbul to Asian side ? What is the easiest, fasters and cheaper option. How about bus? What bus ( bus number) go from European side to Asian side directly? I want to move from Sisli to beykoiz
    Thank you for your attention and response

  5. Maryanne Tipler
    September 22, 2023 / 1:33 am

    Is it safe to travel in Sabah to see the Orangutans? I see there are several travel warnings out for Sabah. We are planning a trip in June 2024

    • January 8, 2024 / 8:49 am

      Totally fine! No idea what the travel warnings are for – we had a very safe and incredible time in Sabah!

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