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20 Nov 2020

10 of the Best Islands in Thailand (And Which Ones You Should Choose)

There are dozens of beautiful islands in Thailand, from the heaving (in better times) tourist giants of Phuket and Koh Samui to tiny, peaceful places like Koh Lipe and Koh Tao. It can be hard to settle on your Thai island of choice, so I wrote this post to make

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26 Oct 2020

5 New Zealand Travel Alternatives for Your Cancelled Overseas Trip

Have you recently had a trip, or plans for a trip, scuppered by a certain virus? You’re not alone. We had to pull the pin on our four-month Europe and Middle East trip to stay put in New Zealand for the foreseeable future. You’re probably thinking these trip cancellations are

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19 Oct 2020

19 of the Best Travel Movies (and a few I didn’t enjoy!)

Being stuck at home is a great chance to get out of your usual viewing habits and start watching some travel movies! These movies will be sure to inspire your future travels, or to remind you how fun travelling used to be (I know, it’s easy to forget!). I’ve chosen

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Fun things to do in Huskisson, Jervis Bay
07 Oct 2020

10 Fun Things to Do in Huskisson, Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay is home to some of the best beaches in Australia, and Huskisson makes for a great base for exploring them. Huskisson, which is three hours south of Sydney, is a cute little tourist town with some good places to eat, excellent beaches within walking distance and wildlife spotting

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19 Sep 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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12 Sep 2020

10 of the Best Things to Do in Chiang Rai, Thailand

If you’re looking for somewhere to go in Northern Thailand other than Chiang Mai and Pai, this is the post for you! Chiang Rai is around four hours from Chiang Mai, and it has quite a different vibe. It’s a lot smaller and less hectic but there’s still heaps to

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