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48 Hours in Melbourne

48 Hours in Melbourne

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Melbourne is a city that I took way too long to go and visit. I'm Australian born and bred and have lived here all of my life, but in my 32 years I had never gone to Australia's second largest (and some would argue, most popular) city. This year, I finally changed that, and I… Read More

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Free Things to do in Paris

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Paris is notoriously regarded as one of the most expensive cities in the world to visit. Personally, I didn't find it quite as bad as people make it out to be and I found prices were similar to most popular European cities. That being said, if you're on a tight budget, you are certainly going… Read More

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YMCA Escapes: Travel for People with Disabilities

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I am a firm believer that EVERYONE should be able to travel and see the world, no matter who you are, where you are from or what your situation is. My goal with this blog is to encourage everyone to travel and reap the rewards of the experience and education that only travel can provide… Read More

Hakuba, Japan

What you need to know about Hakuba, Japan

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Hakuba valley in Japan is one of the world’s most popular skiing destinations. And once you get there, you’ll immediately know what the hype is all about. In the peak of the snow season from December through to February, you are almost guaranteed heavy snowfall (they average about 11 metres per season). There are a… Read More

View of Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, Australia

Things to do during a short stay in Sydney, Australia

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Sydney is the most well known city in Australia for a reason - it's just a wonderful place to visit! I've been to Sydney a few times now and it is one of those places that I never seem to get sick of. There is always something to do and it never fails to impress… Read More

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Climbing to the top of St Paul’s Cathedral in London

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Blue skies and sun shined down upon us as we stepped out of Waterloo Station for a day of sightseeing in London. Although still cold in the shadows of the buildings, out in the sun it was nice and warm and I removed my jacket, possibly for the first time since I landed in England… Read More

Flying over the countryside and clouds in France

How Do You Conquer Jet Lag?

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I open my eyes, suddenly awake in the pitch black darkness of the night. I roll over and check my phone. It's 3am and I've only been asleep for four hours. I roll back over and bury my head into my pillow. I toss and turn for the next hour, but it's no use. I'm… Read More

Reef and wreck at Henrietta Rocks on Rottnest Island, Western Australia

Rottnest Island: White Sand, Turquoise Water and Quokkas

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Imagine yourself on an island, standing in warm crystal clear water, your feet sinking into the almost perfect white sand, the warm sun beating down on you from cloudless skies, and almost no one else around. That is what you can find on Rottnest Island for three seasons of the year. Located just off the… Read More

The road to the South Flinders Ranges in South Australia

Budget Tips for a Road Trip Around Australia

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Australia is without a doubt one of the most diverse and interesting countries to visit in the world. There is a lot to see, from interesting cities to amazing natural wonders, but it is also an expensive place to travel. One of the best ways to see it (and one of the cheapest) is to… Read More

A Trishaw outside a Chinese Temple in George Town, Malaysia

10 Things to do in George Town, Malaysia

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Penang is one of the most popular destinations in Malaysia, known as the food capital of the country and for its own unique mix of cultures. At the north-eastern tip of the island is its capital, and one of the most interesting cities in Malaysia – George Town. George Town was established as one of… Read More

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