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My Travel Wishlist – Trips I’d Like to Take In the Next 10 Years

Christmas is coming up and, I don’t know about you, but all I can think about are what trips I’ve love to do rather than what gifts I’m getting! With that in mind I thought I’d create a travel wishlist, places I’d like to visit sometime over the next 10 years, both for my inspiration and […]

Update: What’s Happening with Runaway Jane

If you were a regular reader of this site wondering what’s been happening with it of late (given that I haven’t really been blogging recently) then here’s what’s happening with both me and my blog! Travel Burnout, Health Issues and University Life After 6 years of full-time travel blogging, I officially had a case of what […]

What I’m doing 10 months on from becoming non-nomadic

After spending most of my life (since the age of 17) travelling, in April last year (9 years on from when I took my first trip) I decided to return to Scotland and officially become non-nomadic. As a full-time travel writer and blogger for around 6 of those years, it was not an easy decision to take. I knew that doing […]

Did you know that 3.5 million people die every year from a water related disease?

Photo credit: Josh Etsy / Care International Did you know that approximately 3.5 million people die every year from water, sanitation or hygiene-related causes, and that nearly 99 percent of those deaths occur in the developing world? With the above facts in mind I’ve decided to do a charity walk in March 2015 under the […]

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New Website; In Her Case

I’ve been working behind the scenes lately on a new travel website called In Her Case that I thought you may be interested in! It’s essentially a female packing guide that aims to provide useful packing tips, product reviews, and guides of what to take for a variety of trips any female would take. As you may (or may not) have […]

Survey: Why do you read RunawayJane.com?

I’ve created a quick survey that I’d really love for you to complete. It’s only 10 questions, but it will give me an idea of who you are and why you visit this website. More importantly, it will give me an idea of how to make this site better for you. I promise it will only take […]

10 Highest Peaks in the World

If you’re looking for something epic and incredible to do next year maybe climbing the world’s highest peaks could be it? 1. Everest (Nepal/Tibet) Photo credit; Kala Patthar Range; Mahalangur Himalaya Height; 8,848 metres First Ascent; 1953   2. K2 (Pakistan/China) Photo credit; mariachily Range; Baltoro Karakoram Height; 8,611 First Ascent; 1954 3. Kangchenjunga (India/Nepal) […]

Things to do in Australia this Winter

Today’s guest post was written by Simon Bowers. This (European) winter, because of its position in the Southern Hemisphere, the people of Australia will be basking in the sun whilst back here in the UK, we will be struggling to cope with the freezing conditions. Because of this, some people choose to go on holiday […]

Rebtel: International Calling App Review

I’ve been on the lookout recently for an alternative international calling app after repeated reception and call quality issues with my usual port of call – Skype. I had also tried using the ‘old school’ international calling card method, but it was often a pain to find a shop that sold them where I am here in Bolivia, or I […]

What do you think of All-Inclusive style holidays?

Photo credit; mynewsdesk.com What do you think of all-inclusive style holidays? Do you think they’re a good thing? Too expensive? A relaxing break? Do they stop you from experiencing the local food/drink/culture? Do you even care about the local food/drink/culture? If not, would experiencing it even matter? Are they good/bad for the local economy? Do they […]