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During the long Easter weekend we drove up to Tongariro National Park for one night. I completed my Master’s thesis at the end of February, but then started a new contract at work straight away so I hadn’t really had the chance to celebrate finishing yet. To be honest, I was kind of grumpy about that fact, so escaping for a night was necessary in order to clear my head and cheer me up. The drive from Palmerston North to Tongariro National Park already started to put us in a more positive…Continue
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Who has Cardiff on their Bucket List? No one, if you ask me… So after spending a few days at the beaches and countryside of South West Wales, I didn’t have high expectations of Cardiff. I imagined it to be a rather dull, grey and industrial capital city but boy was I mistaken! Cardiff is historic and modern all at once, highly cosmopolitan and very much alive. Here’s what you can do in one afternoon. …Continue
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When I was in Indonesia, I tapped it. Everything. Equipped with my brand new goPro, I braved myself on a scooter and found the hidden jewels of Indonesia.
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The thing I love most about travelling is discovering new cultures and, as you may have noticed, cuisines! And, of course, I love taking lots of photographs which I hope capture the essence of a country. I’m sure a lot of you feel the same and I am inviting you all to take part in this photography competition on my blog.
For the details of the fabulous prize and how to enter please visit…Continue
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Name: Booklovers' B&B
Type of Accommodation: Bed and Breakfast
Location: 123 Pirie Street, Wellington, New Zealand
We stayed at the Booklovers' B&B for one night…Continue
Added by Bonnie Etherington on March 17, 2013 at 5:57am — No Comments
What has has the British airline entrepreneur Richard Branson, Australian mining tycoonClive Palmer, American movie director James Cameron, and the world’s first space touristDennis Tito in common?
Answer: They all spend their millions on unusual travel projects.
Branson, old in the game, of course runs Virgin airline, but he also…Continue
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Hey check out our new post @ Around The World For Happiness called: Island swims and ocean thoughts
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When people hear I CouchSurf they usually respond in one of two ways:
"Oh that sounds really cool, how do I get involved?"
Or the more common:
"Isn't that dangerous?"
I recently celebrated my two year anniversary as a member of the CS community. In that time I've hosted about 20 people in Tasmania and Vancouver, and surfed with about the same number. I'm not a veteran, but I am experienced and feel comfortable giving people an informed answer to the latter…Continue
Added by Megan Hogarth on February 9, 2013 at 10:13pm — No Comments
A tale when trips go awry. Includes the review of Agra’s popular Friend’s Paying Guest House and a contemplation on where the online travel world is heading
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