Travel Planning

Photo Flashback – Kerala Kathakali Dance

June 28, 20130 Comments

We are not really ones for the cultural shows that you regularly find in travel destinations.  Often they are a thin representation of the actual song or dance traditions of a community, overpriced and leave you feeling a little bit cheated.  This was certainly the case in Waitangi doing the Haka with some actors. Sometimes […]

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My Travel CV – The Globetrotter Girls

May 27, 20135 Comments

This week is a double bonus round as we get to talk to Jess and Dani from The Globetrotter Girls. They write a well-established blog, an excellent travel resource offering practical travel tips, destination guides and advice on housesitting as well as so much more. We’ve been so inspired by Dani and Jess that we’ve recently […]

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Photo Flashback – Great Ocean Road

May 17, 20130 Comments

We had only just started our round the world trip and were still recovering from the mental and physical damage inflicted by twenty four hours on a plane and the crossing of multiple time zones.  We had spent some time in Melbourne, and now wanted to get out of the city to take a trip […]

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My Travel CV – A Couple Travelers

May 14, 20130 Comments

In 2010 we graduated from university and joined the workforce. We were disillusioned with our current situation and set off on a two year journey to gain some perspective on our lives, values, and goals. Now, we blog about our travels on ACoupleTravelers. Travel Blog Details http://acoupletravelers.com/ It’s a travel blog that chronicles our two […]

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Photo Flashback – Kyoto: Geisha and Hanami

April 29, 20132 Comments

One year ago we were beginning our tour of Japan, one of the more expensive, yet most rewarding destinations we have visited.  It was Spring and we were there at this time by choice hoping to understand why cherry blossom season is such an important time of year in the Japanese calendar.  We had made […]

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