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28 Feb 2020

28 of the Best New Zealand Beaches

New Zealand probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you think about beaches, but with vast stretches of coastline covering two very different islands you’re bound to visit some on your next trip. Where are the best New Zealand beaches? You’ll have to keep reading to find

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21 Feb 2020

Hiking to the Top of Mount Maunganui, New Zealand

One of New Zealand’s most iconic short hikes takes you from the bustling beach town of Mount Maunganui up to the top of a small mountain overlooking the town. It’s known as both Mount Maunganui and Mauo (or “The Mount” to locals) and it’s an active-wear touting Instagrammers’ delight. It’s

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14 Feb 2020

Two Week Peru Itinerary: Inca Ruins, Beaches, Hikes, Deserts and More!

People often ask me what the best country I’ve visited is. It’s always hard to answer, but more often than not I say Peru. Why is that…? Well, Peru has an incredible variety of landscapes, from snow-capped mountains, turquoise lakes, rolling sand dunes, barren beaches and so much more. There’s

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07 Feb 2020

11 of the Best Things to Do on Waiheke Island (And Is It Only for Wine Drinkers?)

Waiheke Island, in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf, is home to some of New Zealand’s most scenic vineyards. That obviously means wine is a big reason for visiting, but is it the only one? I’m not a wine drinker (maybe my taste buds haven’t matured yet…?) but still found heaps of fun

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29 Jan 2020

A Day Trip to Anchor Bay (Tawharanui Regional Park), One of the Best Beaches Near Auckland

There’s nothing better to do on a sunny day in Auckland than to visit one of the nearby beaches. Which one should you visit though? I’ve been to a few, and Anchor Bay, around an hour north of Auckland, is the best I’ve seen. The day trip to Anchor Bay

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A day trip to Doi Inthanon from Chiang Mai, Thailand
22 Jan 2020

A Day Trip to Doi Inthanon From Chiang Mai, Thailand

It proves how relatively flat a country is when you can drive to the top of its tallest mountain. You can do just that at Doi Inthanon in the north of Thailand. At over 2500 metres above sea level, it’s the tallest mountain in the country and is a great

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