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Video | Looking to get out and about on a walk in Wellington, New Zealand? Maybe spot some birdlife? Get a dose of nature, some fresh air and wild views? Have you visited Otari-Wilton’s Bush & Skyline yet? Ok, watch this little teaser!

Video | Otari-Wilton’s Bush & Skyline | Wellington, New Zealand

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In this latest video: A short teaser highlighting just some of what to expect from a trip to Otari-Wilton’s Bush & Skyline in Wellington, New Zealand. If you’re seeking somewhere to walk, explore, fresh air, New Zealand native fauna, wild views and a lot of birdlife, Otari-Wilton’s Bush & Skyline is a Wellington must. If you’re interested in seeing more you’re in luck and have come to the right place, simply check out www.travelinspired.co.nz or head over to my YouTube Channel for a whole heap of articles and videos.

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Hi, I’m Adam Constanza, a content creator, who calls New Zealand home, and is currently living in the young nation of Timor Leste sharing my love for adventure through videos, photography and written articles.

Follow me and my adventures, both big and small, via my website https://www.travelinspired.co.nz and other social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram & YouTube Channel. A little more about me… As well as a content creator, I am also a full-time volunteer through New Zealand’s VSA supporting the development of tourism in Timor Leste. I have also recently lived and worked in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea supporting the promotion of small-scale tourism. Would you like to show your support and buy me a coffee? 

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Video | The Autonomous Region of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea is a place only a few visitors make it to, but for those that do, it holds a long-lasting and special place in their hearts. Bougainville is a place like no other.

Video | The Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea

The Autonomous Region Of Bougainville | Papua New Guinea - YouTube

In this latest video: A cinematic look showcasing some of the very best that the Autonomous Region of Bougainville has to offer: from waterfalls to volcanoes, coral reefs to picture perfect islands, banana boat trips to four-wheel drive journeys, and so, so, so much more, waiting to be explored, absorbed and admired. If you’re interested in seeing more from Bougainville PNG, you’re in luck and have come to the right place, simply check out www.travelinspired.co.nz or head over to my YouTube Channel for a whole heap of articles and videos from two-years of living in AROB.

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Hi, I’m Adam Constanza, a content creator, who calls New Zealand home, and is currently living in the young nation of Timor Leste sharing my love for adventure through videos, photography and written articles.

Follow me and my adventures, both big and small, via my website https://www.travelinspired.co.nz and other social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram & YouTube Channel. A little more about me… As well as a content creator, I am also a full-time volunteer through New Zealand’s VSA supporting the development of tourism in Timor Leste. I have also recently lived and worked in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea supporting the promotion of small-scale tourism. Would you like to show your support and buy me a coffee? 

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Video | Fancy a cycling adventure in Timor-Leste? Be prepared for a hot, sweaty, dusty and epic adventure! Over the long weekend we took a cycling trip from Balibo to the Capital Dili. 

Video | A Cycling Adventure in Timor-Leste: Balibo to Dili.

A Cycling Adventure in Timor-Leste: Balibo to Dili - YouTube

We covered 130 kilometres over 2 days of cycling comprising two rather large hills, vast stretches of coastal roads and a whole lot of bondia and botardi greetings as we passed through villages.

  • Day 1 – 4 hours from Dili to Balibo (4WD)
  • Day 2 – 3.5 hours from Balibo to Tutubaba, cycling approx. 40km
  • Day 3 – 5 hours from Tutubaba to Dili, cycling approx. 90km. 

Thank you to Ashlee Gross for capturing some great footage!

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Hi, I’m Adam Constanza, a content creator, who calls New Zealand home, who is currently living in the young nation of Timor Leste sharing my love for adventure through videos, photography and written articles.

Follow me and my adventures, both big and small, via my website https://www.travelinspired.co.nz and other social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram & YouTube Channel

A little more about me… As well as a content creator, I am also a full-time volunteer through New Zealand’s VSA supporting the development of tourism in Timor Leste. I have also recently lived and worked in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea supporting the promotion of small-scale tourism.

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Video | Fancy cycling in Timor-Leste? Be prepared for a hot, sweaty, dusty and epic adventure! Over the long weekend, we took a cycling trip from Balibo to the Capital Dili.

Video | Cycling Adventures in Timor-Leste: Balibo to Dili.

A Cycling Adventure in Timor Leste: Balibo to Dili - YouTube

We covered 130 kilometres over 2 days of cycling comprising two rather large hills, vast stretches of coastal roads and a whole lot of bondia and botardi greetings as we passed through villages.

Day 1 – 4 hours from Dili to Balibo (4WD)

Day 2 – 3.5 hours from Balibo to Tutubaba, cycling approx. 40km

Day 3 – 5 hours from Tutubaba to Dili, cycling approx. 90km. 

Here’s our vlog of the Timor-Leste cycling adventure, the first of many I hope!

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Hi, I’m Adam Constanza, a content creator, who calls New Zealand home, who is currently living in the young nation of Timor Leste sharing my love for adventure through videos, photography and written articles.

Follow me and my adventures, both big and small, via my website https://www.travelinspired.co.nz and other social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram & YouTube Channel

A little more about me… As well as a content creator, I am also a full-time volunteer through New Zealand’s VSA supporting the development of tourism in Timor Leste. I have also recently lived and worked in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea supporting the promotion of small-scale tourism.

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Two years in Paradise | Looking back on life in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea - YouTube

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Video | A unique singsing performance with bamboo music from Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, seamlessly blending bamboo instruments, singing and dancing like you’ve never seen before, unless of course you’ve visited ARoB! Brought to you from the Reeds Festival 2018. 

Video | A unique singsing with bamboo music from Bougainville, Papua New Guinea.

Unique singsing performance with bamboo music | Bougainville, Papua New Guinea - YouTube

I was fortunate enough to attend the festival in August 2018 while living in nearby Arawa, Bougainville, Papua New Guinea and it was unbelievable, a truely unique experience, which I would highly recommend to anyone if given the opportunity. 

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Hi, I’m Adam Constanza, a content creator, who calls New Zealand home, who is currently living in the young nation of Timor Leste sharing my love for adventure through videos, photography and written articles.

Follow me and my adventures, both big and small, via my website https://www.travelinspired.co.nz and other social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram & YouTube Channel

A little more about me… As well as a content creator, I am also a full-time volunteer through New Zealand’s VSA supporting the development of tourism in Timor Leste. I have also recently lived and worked in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea supporting the promotion of small-scale tourism.

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Two years in Paradise | Looking back on life in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea - YouTube

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Video | I lived in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea for two-years. It was paradise. During my time there, from 2016 to 2018, I supported the development and promotion of tourism in Bougainville via articles, photography and video, sharing my adventures, all the must see things Bougainville could offer, as well as my day to day life. 

Video | Two Years in Paradise | Looking back on life in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea.

Two years in Paradise | Looking back on life in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea - YouTube

In this latest video: Two Years in Paradise | Looking back on life in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, I share a whole heap of footage which I’ve never shared before, from Buka, Arawa, Buin and so many other incredible spots, as well as some of my thoughts and feelings as I look back and reflect on life in ARoB, Papua New Guinea. If like me, you love the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, I think you’ll love this latest video.

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Hi, I’m Adam Constanza, a content creator, who calls New Zealand home, who is currently living in the young nation of Timor Leste sharing my love for adventure through videos, photography and written articles.

Follow me and my adventures, both big and small, via my website https://www.travelinspired.co.nz and other social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram & YouTube Channel

A little more about me… As well as a content creator, I am also a full-time volunteer through New Zealand’s VSA supporting the development of tourism in Timor Leste. I have also recently lived and worked in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea supporting the promotion of small-scale tourism.

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12 Things You'll Want To Experience | Bougainville, Papua New Guinea - YouTube

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Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia is one of the wettest places on earth. It receives over 300 inches of rain per year. This makes Pohnpei one of the best places you could possibly visit for a wet and wild adventure. If you love waterfalls, snorkeling, diving, surfing  or exploring the ancient civilisation and ruins like Nan Madol, Pohnpei is the place for you. I think you’ll enjoy this one. I certainly enjoyed filming and making it!

Video | The Adventure Awaits – Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia.

The Adventure Awaits - POHNPEI, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA - YouTube

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Hi, I’m Adam Constanza, a content creator, who calls New Zealand home, who is currently living in the young nation of Timor Leste sharing my love for adventure through videos, photography and written articles.

Follow me and my adventures, both big and small, via my website https://www.travelinspired.co.nz and other social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram & YouTube Channel

A little more about me… As well as a content creator, I am also a full-time volunteer through New Zealand’s VSA supporting the development of tourism in Timor Leste. I have also recently lived and worked in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea supporting the promotion of small-scale tourism.

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Article | Atauro Island – Small Island, Big Heart in Timor Leste. I had only been in Timor-Leste about 2 weeks, yet I had heard numerous tales about the small island with a big heart, which is visible from the Capital of Dili, Atauro Island. It promised so much… and I was keen to escape the city and experience the island and change of pace for myself.

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With an extended public holiday on the horizon – there’s quite a few here in Timor Leste – and a break from my Tetun language lessons, my partner, friends and I booked a ticket on the dragon boat – an unmistakable long, low slung yellow and red boat – and our accommodation at Barry’s Place. The following day we presented our ID and collected the tickets from the office opposite the dock, next to the Gloria Jeans, Burger King and Rolls n Bowls complex. If you’ve visited Dili recently, you’ll know the one. It cost $18 USD for a one-way ticket and would depart at 08:00 am tomorrow.

At 06:45 am the following morning we wandered from our house and it’s only a matter of minutes until a Dili yellow taxi beeps his horn numerous times. He pulls up alongside us and yells ‘taxi?’. Leaning through the passenger window we take a minute to negotiate the fee and come to an agreement of a malae or foreigners fare of $3 USD. It started at $5 USD, everyone’s happy.

We throw snorkels, flippers and baggage into the back seat and hop in. The taxi creeps slowly towards our destination of the dock while making all kinds of noises a healthy car shouldn’t. Trying to peer out, I  cannot see anything but a dark sticker which is plastered across the front window with only a sliver of visibility, just enough for the driver to see out. The dash is covered by a FC Barcelona banner, fluffy toys and a row of about 10 small round mirrors, as so many taxis in Dili appear to be. The driver beeps his horn often to let motorcycles, cars and dogs know our whereabouts. It’s only a short trip and 5 minutes later we’re at the dock.

We’ve got an hour before departure as we hand over the agreed $3 USD to the taxi driver and drop our luggage onto the pavement. There’s nothing to do but await further instructions, but the buzz of excitement is undeniable. It’s the first time any of us have visited Atauro Island, having all recently arrived from New Zealand to commence various volunteering assignments in Timor Leste.

Over the next 30 minutes or so, at least half a dozen other passengers arrive and like us, linger around the dock entrance and wait. Passing taxis beep to get our attention and pull up to ask if we want a ride, the colourful microlets start to cruise by looking for passengers with their music and bass booming, and people sell mobile pulsa cards, cigarettes and passion-fruit to those passing by.

A guy wearing a high-vis jacket – the global sign of someone official – appears from within the dock and approaches the main gate at which we’re waiting. Everyone is drawn towards him and starts handing over their tickets, as he rips the stub off and waves them through. Once inside, there’s no sign of the red and yellow dragon boat. I can only see stacks of shipping containers, a few disheveled looking buildings with one or two people sitting outside and an oversized forklift truck moving the shipping containers from one place to another. Maybe I should be wearing high visibility too… We follow the other passengers assuming they must know where they are going and it turns out they do. Just a short way through the dock, around a corner, we spot a large ferry, which looks, well, lets say well used…

We amble up the open tail gate, walk across a slippery metal deck – I say slippery because I did a very impressive power slide on it… I’m pretty sure nobody saw – and head towards a group of people standing at a narrow metal bridge. Again, they are wearing high visibility jackets and point us over the bridge. Climbing up a number of steps and onto the foot bridge, the yellow and red dragon boat can be seen below us, moored alongside the ferry, dwarfed by its much bigger neighbour. We cross down onto the roof of the dragon boat, alongside the narrow upper deck and duck into a small side entrance.

A short flight of steps takes us to the passenger seating area – a dozen or so rows of high-backed seats in the blue class at the front and another dozen in yellow class at the rear – and we find our seats in blue class. The malae all sit in blue and the Timorese in yellow…

Looking forward there’s nothing but a closed door to the drivers cabin and back the closed off engine room. However, we do have a view from the side windows and  I can see the statue of Cristo Rei off in the distance. I wait patiently for our trip to the island to continue as other passengers trickle in.

After a dozen or so people are aboard the dragon boat, a mix of malae and Timorese, yet still far from full, the engine fires to life with a loud roar. It’s loud, very loud. The boat moves slowly from its neighbouring ferry, turns 180 degrees and with the engine noise increasing yet again, we quickly accelerate and are propelled towards Atauro Island.

I watch Cristo Rei quickly disappearing through the now sprayed covered window and can see nothing but open water. Despite being a calm day, the waves increase in choppiness and more water is sprayed and splashed onto the side windows and the boat rocks gently side to side. I quickly drift off into a slumber – I’ve never been much of a sea person – zzzzzzzzzzzz…

After a 45-minute power nap, my partner tugs at my arm and wakes me as Atauro Island comes into sight. To my surprise, it looks extremely different to what I expected up close, with sheer rocky cliff faces disappearing into the low hanging clouds. It looks rugged and rocky. The dragon boat closely hugs the coastline of the island as we slow in speed and the waves ease once again. I feel the excitement increase as we get closer and closer to our destination of Beloi.

The engine reduces in noise, I must say, a welcoming relief and the landscape changes once again from cliffs to beaches, as we cruise towards the long, golden beach of Beloi. It’s lined with various thatched roof structures and colourful wooden boats leaning on their side in the sand at low tide.  

We drift slowly into the shallow water, coming to a stop about 30 metres from the beach. A small boat pulls up alongside us and the dozen or so passengers including myself pour into it, clutching our belongings. With everyone aboard, a guy starts to pull us towards shore with a rope. I remove my shoes and socks in preparation to jump into the ankle deep water and wade the last few metres to shore. We’ve arrived!

We look left and right down the beach and seeing no obvious signs of our accommodation, we sheepishly ask directions to our accommodation – Barry’s Place – from a girl walking on the beach. It feels very odd to arrive on an island like this and ask directions, wrong somehow, but we do it anyway and she points us up the beach. We excitedly head off, skipping over ropes which are anchoring the boats and passing the thatched roof buildings where, we are told, the regular market is held. We walk no further than 3 minutes and arrive at Barry’s Place to be greeted by Barry himself. He shows us to our very own thatched roof cabin, the honeymoon suite no less, which like most of the cabins here overlook the ocean and are surrounded by bush. FYI. It’s not our honeymoon but I’m very happy with the honeymoon suite nevertheless. 

I think to myself ‘maybe this is my Pokpok Island?’ Pokpok was an island I would visit regularly while living in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea throughout the past few years. I have very fond memories of snorkeling, fishing and just generally hanging out and having good times with friends. Want to know more? Check out this video: 12 Must Sees, Bougainville – Papua New Guinea

Dropping off our luggage, we stroll back to the main thatched building that is the dining room where breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served and sit back with a delicious Timorese black coffee. As an extra bonus, I catch up on the English premiership football scores at the same time, yes, there’s a signal on Atauro Island too, a pleasant surprise. I look at the time, 09:30 am, and I think to myself, 3 hours till lunch… just enough time to wander down the beach, explore and take some photographs.
The next 3 days pretty much follow the same pattern… we have breakfast, we chat with people, we decide how much or how little we would like to do for the day – exploring, snorkeling, fishing, reading, eating, drinking coffee, chatting –  and repeat. It’s a low key kind of place which you can’t help but go slow.
We explore by tuk-tuk for which we pay $2 USD per person, we explore in an open-back truck, after a generous offer from someone volunteering on the island, and we explore by foot. We seek out natural hot springs, browse local co-operatives including Boneca de Atauro and Empreza Diak, wander around some of the small nearby villages, we swim, we snorkel, we read, we chat, we eat 3 meals a day and we drink many more coffees. It’s quite the blissful existence for a few days and a world apart from the contrasting Capital of Dili, just a short hop away.
After 3 days and our departure date from Atauro Island looming, the pre booked Compass Charter boat arrives for our trip back to Dili. It’s $45 USD per person one-way. However, our trip to Atauro Island wasn’t finished quite yet and there’s time for a grand finale…
A large pod of dolphins approaches the boat on our way back, at least a dozen visible at times, who play in the wake of our boat for 30 minutes or more. It was magical and I could have stayed out there and watched them for hours. Lying on our fronts at the bow, we say goodbye to Atauro Island (for now), with Dili approaching in the near distance and dolphins playing just feet from us, surely there’s no better way to end our first visit to Atauro Island? 
Would you like to see more? A video of our first trip to Atauro Island in Timor Leste here..
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We took a scenic flight in Timor Leste, one of the world’s youngest countries, and the first new sovereign state of the 21st century. We travelled from the young countries Capital of Dili to Baucau, which cost around $45 USD per person and took about 45 minutes. It’s one of the rare occasions I would have been very happy for it to take longer too as the scenery was… well, you’ll have to check it out for yourself! Flights can be booked at the Dili Airport. Checkout their Facebook page for more: Aero Dili Facebook. (This article and video is not a paid promotion, it was simply a fantastic experience!)

Video | A Scenic Flight In One Of The World’s Youngest Countries, Timor Leste.

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I call Wellington, New Zealand home after living there for the last 10 years. In late 2016, I flew to the Autonomous Region of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea for a period of 2 years to support small-scale tourism. From there, I moved to supporting the development and promotion of tourism in Timor Leste, where I’m living today. To follow my adventures, as well as everyday experiences as a freelance content creator, travel writer and someone living overseas, checkout my social media links and website. Feel free to SUBSCRIBE to my Travel Inspired YouTube Channel today for weekly videos.

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Video | Timor Leste – Explore The Undiscovered

Everyone is seeking the undiscovered right!? The young nation of Timor Leste isn’t on the tourism map right now… However, it’s simply a matter of time, so what are you waiting for? Now’s the perfect time to explore the undiscovered before everyone does. Welcome to Timor Leste.

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I call Wellington, New Zealand home after living there for the last 10 years. In late 2016, I flew to the Autonomous Region of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea for a period of 2 years to support small-scale tourism, while also on the lookout for hiking, cycling and snorkeling adventures. Today, I’m supporting the development and promotion of tourism in Timor Leste. To follow my adventures, as well as everyday experiences as a freelance content creator, travel writer and someone living overseas, checkout my social media links and website. Feel free to SUBSCRIBE to my Travel Inspired YouTube Channel today for weekly videos.

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