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Everything you need to know about the Jyrgalan trek, the newest adventure destination in Kyrgyzstan! For decades intrepid hikers from around the world would flock to destinations like the Himalaya, the Alps and Patagonia to experience the beauty that is being deep in the mountains. Unchartered territories and the thrill of solitude proved to be too […]
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There’s definitely an art to hanging out in Kyrgyzstan, and it starts with enjoying the best cafes in Bishkek and kicking back in style. We are inefficient travellers. Really inefficient. Because we never really make travel plans or consult guidebooks, we end up doing circles in a lot of places. As frustrating as it can […]
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A detailed guide on our South Bohemia itinerary and road trip through Czech Republic. If you’ve ever dreamed of getting off-the-beaten-path in Europe, then the south of Czech Republic is the place for you. Filled with stunning forests, picturesque villages, friendly locals and plenty of activities to keep you busy, the South Bohemia region is […]
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From bartending to blogging, here are some of the best travel jobs to make money while travelling the world! It was 2005 for Alesha, and 2007 for me – those were the years when we first left Australia on our own, with one-way tickets to foreign lands and few thousand dollars in our bank accounts. The plan […]
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Whether you’re looking to relax, learn about the culture or go on an adventure, there’s no shortage of epic things to do on Rarotonga, Cook Islands We have to admit that even though we’d heard of the Cook Islands, we never really knew much about them. We had a feeling they’d be tropical, probably beautiful, […]
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The carriages glistened like a long, silver bullet under a pale blue Sydney afternoon. The station was a hive of activity, with thousands of people darting and ducking off in countless directions. Trains arrived and departed in continuous streams at Central Station, as they have done for over a century in New South Wales’ capital. […]
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In 2015 we travelled across Central Asia, spending four months exploring the ‘Stans – Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. From the Pamir Mountains to the Karakum Desert and everywhere in between, the thing that blew us away the most was getting lost along the historic Silk Road. Each country is uniquely different, and it […]
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If you love hiking and being in nature, make sure you do some camping in Hong Kong! Best of all, it’s completely free! If you are like us, hiking and camping isn’t the first thing that springs to mind when you think of Hong Kong. We had always pictured Hong Kong to be like Singapore – […]
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If you’re looking for the ultimate Canadian Rockies getaway, then you’ll have to pay a visit to Emerald Lake Lodge in winter! For all the years we lived in awesome mountain towns in British Columbia, first in Invermere, then Kelowna and finally in Revelstoke, we never explored the beautiful Yoho National Park. And what a […]
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There are plenty of things to with one day in Macau, from Sun Yat Sen Park to Macau Fisherman’s Wharf and the world’s highest bungy jump! If you are anything like us, the first image that pops into your head when you think of Macau is of the casinos. There is a good reason for […]

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