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Armchair Traveller

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“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
― St. Augustine

do big small things book

Armchair Traveller | Do Big Small Things

The Armchair Traveller presents you with a chill out easy going book today: ‘Do Big Small Things’. I was armed with this rough-and-tumble field journal and I was prepared to embark on an eclectic journey packed with inspiration and activities from around the globe. Page by page, I was challenged to write, rip, make, and share […]

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bike travel

Armchair Traveller | Epic Bike Rides Of The World

  As cycling holidays become the first choice of travel for a growing number of us, there is no shortage of places to conquer. Today the Armchair Traveller takes you to “Epic Bike Rides of The World”  Sometimes when travelling, a car can move too fast and walking can be too slow. Pedalling through the […]

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Armchair Traveller | Looptail

I finished reading ‘Looptail: How One Company Changed the World by Reinventing Business’ by G Adventures founder, Bruce Poon Tip, last night. And now I’m excited to share it with you, here, in the Armchair Traveller section. What I liked the most about Looptail was Bruce’s ability to write about his life, his passions, and his philosophies, while circling back to […]

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the best things in life are free

Armchair Traveller | The Best Things In Life Are Free

The Best Things In Life Are Free I suck at deadlines. I should have started the ArmChair Traveller section on the first of August, but instead I’ve been reading and trying out some of the experiences written in the book that I am about to share with you. You know me well, over the past […]

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armchair traveller

Armchair Traveller

For 96.4 percent of the population, more time is spent “not” traveling than actually traveling, although quite possibly 100 percent of the time is spent thinking about traveling. Traveling is normally associated with taking long-haul trips and covering far distances, particularly for Aussies, where an 8-hour flight is a “short” trip. But travel can also happen right […]

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