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From walking underneath the cherry blossoms at Shinjuku Gyoen to catching a show at the Kabuki theatre, here’s our list of the best things to do in Tokyo. Tokyo is one of the world’s most unique cities. The entire city is packed to the brim with cool and amazing attractions, and there is something fresh and exciting […]
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From tasting a selection of whiskies at the Whiskey village to having a heavenly experience when trying a traditional massage here’s our list of the best things to do in Luang Prabang, Laos The city of Luang Prabang in Laos is a destination no visitor should ever want to skip. It’s a mesmerising city filled with […]
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From seeing in person the world renowned Itsukushima Shrine to scenic bike riding at the Shimanami expressway, these are just some of the best things to do in Hiroshima, Japan. Japan is an expansive country that attracts millions of domestic and international tourists to its beautiful and exquisite sites. If you paid attention in history class, you […]
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From marvelling at the mastery of the silk weaving and the beauty of colourful kimonos at the fashion parade to eating delicious food at Pontocho alley here’s our list of the best things to do in Kyoto. Kyoto is one of the most popular places to visit in Japan and proudly one of the most culturally […]
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Everything you need to know about visiting Grytviken, South Georgia. As our ship gently cruised into King Edward Cove we were given our first sight of Grytviken, the largest settlement on South Georgia. Nestled at the base of rising peaks carved out by the glaciers of yesteryear, Grytviken has a formidable appearance, with the rusted […]
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Our complete overview of Rocky Mountaineer’s First Passage to the West train journey from Vancouver to Banff. If you have ever seen a postcard from Canada, there’s a high chance that the picture will be of the stunning and inspiring Canadian Rockies, the jagged mountain range that sits between British Columbia and Alberta. For years […]
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Ahh yes, it’s another ‘OMG it’s the start of a new year, let’s look back at last year!’ post! The transition from 2018 into 2019 couldn’t have been any better for us. Rather than being overseas partying in a foreign country with people we had just met, we were back in Australia, dancing the night […]
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Durban, South Africa may be known for its spectacular shorelines and balmy weather but there are so many more things to do in Durban than just beach towels and surfboards. The rich mix of Zulu, Indian, and colonial cultures can be seen in the city’s eclectic architecture and tasted in the local cuisine. Durban is […]
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The absolute best way to spend one day in Sydney. Australia, The Land Down Under, The Lucky Country, ‘Straya, The Land of Droughts and Flooding Rains. Whatever you like to call us there is no doubt the name will give you visions of sunshine, happiness and endless landscapes. For a lot of you travellers out […]
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Everything you need to know about climbing Mount Kosciuszko. There’s something about summiting the world’s tallest mountains that stirs the adventurer hidden inside of us. The idea of climbing Mount Everest, Mont Blanc and Aconcagua has been attracting explorers and mountaineers for decades. However when it comes to climbing Mount Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest mountain at […]
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