Self-isolation Activities For Backpackers
Since most of us have had to put our travel plans on hold right now, we’ve got you covered with some travel activities that you can enjoy without leaving the house!
Reflect on your past adventures
If you’ve always wanted to start your own travel blog now is the perfect time to start writing. Get started by checking out The Blonde’s Abroad’s comprehensive guide to creating your own travel blog.
Reflect on your latest trip by creating a scrapbook if you need a break from staring at your phone and laptop. Peruse these scrapbook ideas on Pinterest for some serious inspiration.
Catch up with your travel buddies
No matter how much we promised to stay in touch all too often we end up losing contact with the amazing people we clicked with whilst travelling. Use this time to Skype your friends from all over the world for a catch up, language lesson or virtual happy hour.
Add travelling to your CV
Finding the best way to add long term travel to your CV can be tricky but it can be important to explain large gaps in your employment history or enhance your job prospects.
This handy guide ‘How to represent travel on your resume’ perfectly explains how to add travel to your CV and what kind of information to include to give your resume a boost.
Travel without leaving the sofa
As tourist destinations have been forced to close their doors virtual tours are becoming increasingly popular. Stroll through Central Park, get cultured at The Louvre or experience dog sledding in Lapland.
Plan your next trip
No one knows for certain when global travel will return to normal but you best be prepared for when it does! Whether you want to learn to surf in Sydney, make sushi in Tokyo or relax on a private island in Ha Long Bay now is the time to start planning your post lockdown travels.
Check out our tours to start planning your next adventure!