Travel Health Advisory: Coronavirus Update

Travel Health Advisory: Coronavirus Update

Two's a Crowd takes the health and well-being of our clients very seriously. We continue to closely monitor developments of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) by sourcing information daily from credible sources including the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Australian...

5 Foods you Should Try in Myanmar

5 Foods you Should Try in Myanmar

The first thing I noticed about food in Myanmar was quite simply how many dishes were brought out to us every time we sat down to eat. It didn’t matter whether what we had ordered, our meal always came with a side of about eight to 10 dishes. Myanmar, or Burmese, food...

How to choose a wildlife safari that’s right for you

How to choose a wildlife safari that’s right for you

I was once sent a meme that went something along the lines of “elephants, tigers and bears, oh my”. It was in response to my news that I was heading off on an African safari. The person who sent it to me was, no doubt, very proud of themselves, but I wasn’t so...

Nine things not to miss in Myanmar

Nine things not to miss in Myanmar

As it emerges from bitter ethnic disputes and military unrest, Myanmar is slowly becoming an intriguing destination for travelers of all interests. From rustic landscapes to magical lakes and Buddha-filled caves, not to mention Bagan, a city dotted with more than 3500...

Five tips to stay healthy while travelling

Five tips to stay healthy while travelling

Staying fit and healthy while travelling can sometimes feel like a real challenge. Fitness routines fall by the wayside and healthy eating regimes get forgotten at the first sign of an all you can eat breakfast. There are the regular stops for a ‘cold one’, the snacks...

7 India travel tips that can save your life

7 India travel tips that can save your life

If you think travelling through Melbourne or Sydney in peak hour traffic is chaotic, then you’re in for a real shock travelling in India. With its bustling life, overflowing traffic, cacophony of beeping horns, cawing of crows and even the odd mooing cow – travelling...

10 Things you should know before travelling alone

10 Things you should know before travelling alone

After much deliberation, a whole lot of researching destinations and even more time spent wanderlusting over other people’s travel photos you’ve finally decided to take the plunge and take off on your own overseas adventure. If you’re planning on travelling solo, as...

5 foods you must try in Rajasthan when travelling in India

5 foods you must try in Rajasthan when travelling in India

India is known for its lip-smacking cuisines, amazing spices and well, quite simply the unbeatable flavours of its food. But what you may not know is that each area of India has its own traditional dishes and spices which are local to particular places You won’t be...

How to take the Leap to travel solo when you’re over 40

How to take the Leap to travel solo when you’re over 40

A little while ago Two’s a Crowd did a podcast on solo travel with Australia’s Queen of travel, Catriona Rowntree. It was an awesome conversation all about solo travel, but what really struck me about that interview, and what has stayed with me were the words of one...

Five places you shouldn’t miss on your first trip to India

Five places you shouldn’t miss on your first trip to India

You’ve no doubt heard it said before that India is an ‘assault on the senses’. It’s true. Every sense will be awakened, heightened as you step off the plane and into this fascinating country. It is the seventh largest country in the world, the second most populous...