No Filter Travels

No Filter Travels is brought to you by Steve and Anthea, a couple who quit their jobs and lives in the UK and have been travelling full time since 2017.

We want to show you that it’s possible to combine travel with work, whatever stage of life you’re at. That you don’t need to stay in hostel dorms and be in your twenties to travel long term. So whether it’s for a month, a year, or forever, there’s never been a better time to get out there and see the world.

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The latest from our blog

Getting the best out of Bagan, Myanmar

Have you ever dreamt of seeing the temples in Bagan, Myanmar? The ancient city of Bagan, Myanmar is one of the most unique and beautiful places we have ever visited. Getting lost down sandy tracks on our electric scooters, and finding hidden temples away from the...

Myanmar – How to get from Yangon to Inle Lake by bus

Myanmar remains one of the least travelled countries in SE Asia and yet for us, it was the highlight of our whole trip. The most popular places to visit are the cities of Yangon (Rangoon) and Mandalay, and the historic cultural areas of Bagan and Lake Inle. Deciding...

Myanmar – How to ride the Yangon Circular Train

Is Myanmar on your travel list?   If it isn’t, it should be!  Myanmar only opened it’s borders to tourists in 2012 and remains the least visited country in SE Asia. As a result, even the defined tourist areas such as Bagan, Inle Lake and the city of Yangon (formerly...

How I made £5k in 6 months to go travelling

‘How do you fund your travels?’ This is the golden question everyone wants an answer to!  Anthea and I have a few different fingers in various metaphorical pies that allow us to continue to earn as we travel, including ESL teaching and digital marketing. For me...

Singapore: Our (jet lagged) first impressions

Having never been to Asia before, I honestly had no idea what I'd be walking into when planning our travels. Our previous few months in Mexico got us comfortable getting around in Spanish and personally I was a bit nervous about being in a place where I didn’t know...

The BEST way to get from Oaxaca to Puerto Escondido

Getting from Oaxaca City to the popular beach town of Puerto Escondido, Mexico is surprisingly difficult, considering it’s only around 140 miles. This is due to the dense jungle clad mountains lying between the two, meaning that you either need to take an 11 hour...

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