Charlie on Travel
Charlie on Travel is an eco-friendly UK travel blog by Charlie Marchant and partner Luke Nicholson. Together they travel all over the world writing about their eco-friendly travel adventures. In their blog, they boost awareness about responsible wildlife tourism and are enthusiastic about looking after the environment and helping the local community of the nations they explore.
Charlie is a UK travel blogger, freelance writer and public orator. She graduated with a BA in English from the University of Exeter in 2012 and commenced her initial travel blog to document her experience living as an expat in Taiwan, and later commenced Charlie on Travel in 2013. She has travelled to more than 32 nations and writes travel guides, sustainable travel advice and advocates further responsible travel. She furthermore has a career as a General Manager at a remote working digital marketing agency and goes on with her project as a sustainable travel blogger and writer.
Luke is a partner to Charlie on Travel, writer and content marketing professional. Luke graduated with a BA in English from the University of Exeter in 2012 and is a CELTA entitled English teacher. He works as a Content Marketing Manager at a remote working digital marketing agency and writes for the blog in his free time. He inscribes on wildlife and nature conservation subjects. He has travelled to more than 45 nations since he first commenced travelling 15 years ago.
Travelling sustainably and responsibly is crucial to them. For them, sustainable travel means living aware of the consequence your travel has on the environment, local communities and wildlife. The purpose of their travel blogging is to support people travel more sustainably. This means mitigating adverse consequences on the environment, committing exclusively to ethical wildlife tourism, supporting local people and communities, and conserving local culture and history.
Starting the Journey
They love experiencing local life in Taiwan however they furthermore wished to discover new territories. They realized that an alternative travel lifestyle fitted them well. They required working whilst travelling to finance their travels. They also possessed a tiny amount of savings from their year teaching in Taiwan, regardless, it would not last long. They started researching slow travel alternatives like house sitting, short-term apartment rentals on Airbnb, and looking for lesser recognized destinations with lower living expenses.
Fund their Travel
They formerly worked as an English teacher in Taiwan, which drastically improved their lifestyle and encouraged them to actually begin travelling. Soon they realised teaching wasn't the career for them. They've forever wished to be a freelance writer, and marketing expert so that's what they set about doing. They have been freelancing to support their travelling. This goes best with their lifestyle as they can work while travelling without worrying about funds.