Welcome to my virtual world where you can Explore the World in 360 with the World’s largest interactive virtual tour. Come explore with me & wonder no more what it would be like to be there. Now you can be there and stand where I stood with my interactive 360 virtual tours. Everywhere I go i’ll be using one of my 360 cameras, so what are you waiting for, stop imagining and come explore with me.
If you own a VR headset you can actually completely immerse yourself inside the photos by simply choosing webVR mode in the top right and change projection modes.
Im hoping that using the power of 360° photography, it will give you a much greater insight into places and give you some ideas for your own travels adding to your own bucket list. I’ll also including some short stories about my escapades as I travel, you’ll also find some helpful travel tips, budget, money saving tips, where to stay, things to see & do and where to eat & drink all thrown in.
No matter what type of holiday you’re planning hopefully I can help you with some advice and inspire you, maybe even help ease your travel worries. This way you should be able to travel longer and cheaper.
Simply select a country on the map above to learn more or you can search for a destination below:
- Remember while exploring the world in 360º you can always press pause if you want to view an image for that bit longer and if you want to explore further you can hit the info tab in the top right for even more info and links to carry on Exploring the World in 360º.
Backup your photos on either Android or iPhone, Windows or Mac for free with Google Photos. We're all well acquainted with exhausting our storage.....
I first rode a moped as a teenager riding around a mates back garden. Fast forward 20 years and I found myself renting a ped in Thailand I was a little nervous, but it's the best way to get around as it gives you so much more freedom to explore. I've jotted down 10 tips that I think will help any newby riders no matter where you are in the World.
What are the best VPN services in 2020? As im hoping to do some travelling soon I thought during this lockdown I would do a little research...
I was recently on holiday with a group of friends and most of the time we had to get separate vehicles to get to our destinations as we couldn't always all fit into one vehicle. On two occasions, once at a lake in Chiang Mai, another was at Wat Pho temple in Bangkok, we found ourselves separated after being dropped off on opposite sides with no idea where the others were. Luckily Whatsapp came to our rescue with location sharing in real time.
Be cruel to be kind. Get rid of all those things that you put in the pile in with the slightest hope that maybe the pile wouldn’t be too big and you could slip them in. You’ve got to be really severe with yourself as you should be leaving with a bag no more than three quarters full.
Over the years I've used a few different ways to manage my money while travelling from, cash, travellers cheques, debit card, credit cards and travel currency cards, but its just recently that travel cards seem to have made a real step forward, so for my latest trip I actually went away with no cash and only carried the pre loaded plastic travel cards..
These are some quick simple tricks that i've found can help make life easier on the road. Maps is such an invaluable and essential service these days, yet so many of us just scratch the surface of its impressive capabilities. Ready to up your Google Maps game?
The things I can’t travel without. I’ll keep updating this list whenever I discover something new, so keep your eye on it.
Travel insurance can be easily forgotten, but its essential for the times you find yourself in trouble. These are my usual go to sites where I usually find the best cover and prices.