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Love mountains? Then there’s no better place for trekking than Nepal. Home to the Himalayas and some of the world’s mightiest mountains, Nepal attracts over 176,000 hikers a year according to government statistics. There’s more to trekking in Nepal than the famous Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit though ( we’ve done both – fantastic […]

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 Sarawak is a state in north west Borneo, part of Malaysia. The Malay part of Borneo is sometimes called Eastern Malaysia. Sarawak, Sabah and Labuan are the three Malaysian states and federal territories in Borneo, the rest of Borneo belongs to Indonesia and Brunei. In times gone by Sarawak changed hands regularly before becoming a […]

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When looking to buy a travel drone you’ll soon realise that there are numerous choices ranging from $50 through to $2500. Obviously drones vary in quality and performance. Cheap drones are no more than toys and won’t give travel photography results you could use professionally, on a travel blog or Instagram account. Likewise you may […]

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Melbourne, Australia is consistently rated high on the list of the most liveable cities in the world.  We visited pre children and caught an overnight bus along the south eastern coast road from Batemans Bay in NSW. A windy road that doesn’t give you a remote chance of sleep. With its incredibly eclectic vibe, vibrant […]

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London has a fairly well-deserved reputation for being an expensive city to visit. If you don’t have some insider know-how and few like-a-local tips, your London trip could be anything but cheap. We are Londoners, at times, we’ve lived and worked in London, our kids were born there, we’ve slow travelled in London and we’ve […]

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The capital of South Australia, Adelaide is a unique city filled with rich culture.  It is brimming with decadent wining and dining, stunning metropolitan beaches and world-class boutique shopping. There are so many things to do in Adelaide!  Likewise, there are many more opportunities for short nearby day trips.  This makes Adelaide a great place to visit […]

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The Three Kings Monument Square in Chiang Mai Thailand is a large open square in the heart of the walled Old Town. The statue portrays the three founders of Chiang Mai, King Mengrai, King Ramkhamhaeng and King Ngam Muang.  King Mengrai ruled Lanna, King Ngam Muang was ruler of Phayao and King Ramkhamhaeng was King of Sukhothai […]

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What’s it live to live, sleep, eat, scuba and snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef? We’ve taken 2 liveaboard scuba diving trips on the reef now in Queensland Australia, both departing from Cairns. But what do divers and snorkellers do out there, what’s it like? It’s the ultimate dive experience. Let us tell you more. […]

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The distance from downtown Dubai to Abu Dhabi is approximately 150km or just under 100 miles. The road is a sealed multi lane highway that makes getting from Dubai to Abu Dhabi quick and easy. Avoid peak hour when traffic can add an hour or more to your journey. Travellers and tourists may need to […]

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The best time to visit Port Douglas is of course, when you can visit. Never let the weather put you off too much, but should you choose summer or winter, wet season or dry and should you factor in stinger season? A lot depends on which of the things to do in Port Douglas appeal […]

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