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Apr 8, 2016
Welcome to part three of our special look into the magic and wonder of New Zealand. So far, we’ve dissected the main features of the beautiful North Island, with particular reference to the location’s vibrant nightlife and laidback culture. In this article, we begin our two article tour of the South Island, known to many across the world as the...
Apr 8, 2016
In our last travel blog, we took a retrospective look at the most northern part of the North Island, a hub of contrasting landscapes, beautiful scenery, and an absorbing culture. In part two of our New Zealand special, we’ll be taking a more in depth look at the two most populous cities - Auckland and Wellington - and looking at what makes these ...
Nov 25, 2015
Considered by the thousands who have travelled there to be one of the many jewels that lie around the Pacific Ocean. New Zealand’s treasure trove of attractions and stunning landscapes is backed up by some of the most laidback and fun loving peoples that you will find anywhere. It is a country that seeks to captivate, as well as mesmerise, and it...
Nov 6, 2015
Star Wars fever has gripped the planet, and it’s very hard to find even one person that is not anticipating the big premiere day on the 14th of December. What does the 7th installment of the famed movie franchise have to do with Iceland? A large majority of the film was shot on the tiny Scandinavian island, and it’s easy to see why this beautif...
Oct 20, 2015
Are you excited? It’s nearly coming to that time of the year, where we say goodbye to a year in our lives and say a big hello to a new calendar of opportunities and challenges. Traditionally a time to kick back, relax, and enjoy the various festivities, New Year’s Eve in the modern era now sees people travelling right across the world in search...
Sep 29, 2015
Did you see Jarryd Hayne’s incredible run earlier in the week? The Aussie rugby-turned-gridiron convert ran an incredible 37 yards (33 metres) to set up what would be the first and only try for his San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers, sadly, were crushed 47-7, however that hasn’t stopped his adopted home city from embracing the Hayne Plane. In a way...
Sep 15, 2015
The Huffington Post made huge news in Western Australia recently, designating Perth as one of the most boring cities on the planet. The article, which was posted on the 2nd of September, lumped Perth in with illustrious company in Los Angeles, Cleveland, Bangkok, Moscow, and Las Vegas. We don’t think Perth is boring at all, however, infact, we...
Sep 1, 2015
Last Wednesday, Vietnam celebrated the 70th anniversary of their National Day. Focusing on the main event ­ a traditional military parade ­ it’s one of the world’s largest of its type. We can safely say that if it isn’t the world’s largest, then it’s easily the most colourful on earth! For the fans of colour and style out there, Viet...
Aug 4, 2015
Hasn’t there been a lot of talk about volcanoes in the travel industry recently? Indonesian airports and Australian airlines are only just beginning to recover from the recent eruptions at Mt. Raung. Indonesian tourism officials have been able to look on the bright side, however, and have signalled that the troublesome mountain may just be a grea...
Jul 24, 2015
As a nation, we are renowned for our travels. Our isolation from nearly the rest of the world has made us keen to sample the sights and sounds that other countries have on offer. However, when it comes to traversing this great, southern land of ours, many of us have barely left the comfort of our hometowns. Australia possesses a wealth of incred...