A Cancun Airport Experience by Sharon Seacrest

To get to Tulum, you fly into the Cancun Airport (CUN) and then take
a 90 min. shuttle to Tulum. If you’re a nervous traveler, this story
should make you feel better that there are way more nervous and
crazy travelers out there.

30 Mental Health Benefits Of Volunteering Abroad

Before I arrived on my first volunteer project abroad, I hadn’t once considered what I would gain from it, instead I worried whether I would even have anything to offer and that everyone else would be more experienced than me. I couldn’t have been more wrong! Although it’s a cliché, it is true that youContinue reading “30 Mental Health Benefits Of Volunteering Abroad”

How to Make Friends Whilst Travelling

Travelling abroad is becoming easier to organise and more solo travellers are embarking on journeys abroad. Although the fear of spending many weeks alone can be daunting for some but there is no need to worry! There are many different ways to make friends travelling solo. The easiest way to make friends whilst travelling isContinue reading “How to Make Friends Whilst Travelling”

Travel For Self Care

Everyday distractions can cloud our minds and clutter our thoughts. Travelling gives people the opportunity to step away from the daily grind and give our brain a rest. Simply the act of planning a trip can give people something to look forward to and bring excitement into their lives. Getting away from the nine to five and taking time for yourself could be just what the doctor ordered.

How I Spend Time Abroad

When you’re on holiday there are fewer distractions that come with every day-to-day life. There is much more free time to spend with your close friends and family.

How To Travel On A Budget

Never let your empty wallet stop you from taking the trip of a lifetime and explore the world, travelling abroad. If you are experiencing wanderlust but don’t have the bank account to support your dreams it doesn’t mean you can’t travel. There are many ways which travelling can become affordable and not break the bank.Continue reading “How To Travel On A Budget”

Unusual Volunteering in America

America faces many troubles and issues much like many any other country and is home to thousands of volunteer projects spread out across each of the fifty states. The versatile environments of the country including the extreme diverse climate, geography and wildlife of the USA means there are more unusual volunteer projects than in other,Continue reading “Unusual Volunteering in America”

April Bloggers Round Up

This month has been exciting for Twenty Six O Two, I have found many new blogs which I love and even guest blogged on a couple and had the pleasure of having guest bloggers featured here on Twenty Six O Two.

5 Interesting Cities to Visit in 2019

Angrа dоѕ Rеіѕ, Brazil Brazil’s visa-free entry during the Olympics was successful for one big reason: It has encouraged visits beyond the big metropolitans. The tourism board hopes to bring back the waiver, and if you’re planning to take advantage, save time to visit Angrа dos Rеіѕ, next to Rіо and São Paulo. This famousContinue reading “5 Interesting Cities to Visit in 2019”

How To Self-Sabotage Your Volunteering Abroad

Planning a volunteer holiday can take some time, when it finally comes around you’re excited to get out there and make a difference. Although, there may be a slight worry that what you’ve imagined in your head is too hyped up and reality could never compare. We have all done it, the vacation which failedContinue reading “How To Self-Sabotage Your Volunteering Abroad”