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Like A Local | Byron Bay

Byron Bay… famous for it’s chilled vibes & surf culture. It boasts miles of pristine white beaches, unique fashion, stunning sunrises and one of the most famous lighthouses in Australia.Everyone loves Byron Bay… Expect for Samantha Starling, “another beautifully lost dreamer with an incurable case of wanderlust” and author of Totally Sam’s World Blog. In […]

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on the road

Armchair Traveller | On The Road

This book should come with a warning: proceed with caution, you may never be able to settle in one place again! And you might take up on hitch-hitch-hicking. On the Road, features the travels of Jack Kerouac and his Beat Generation friends across America in the years after World War II. Its unfastidious relish for […]

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Know Before You Go | Canada

Check your passport Of course, you know this already, that without a valid passport you won’t get very far. Make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months before its expiration date. Find out what kind of visa you will need to enter Canada, which will depend on your Nationality. For us was […]

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Yannick Kethers | Sailing

Yannick has been sailing since childhood and has already logged many many nautical miles on board various types of boats: Dinghies, monohulls, catamarans, performance offshore racers. He is just passionate about the wind, ocean and boats – so, be it comfortable coastal cruising or offshore racing, sailing across the cold North Sea or along the sunny […]

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lucy II carhood

Carhood

Carhood is one of my latest finds in the travelling world. And… it’s absolutely amazing and actually revolutionary! We are about to leave Australia and head to Canada for a couple of weeks. Which means we will need to leave our car parked somewhere around the airport and leave behind a few hundred bucks… Which of […]

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kids in newcastle

Kids Who Travel | Newcastle, Australia

Noah and I spent a couple of days exploring Newcastle and  here is our pick of the top things to do in the former “Steel City”, with a kid: Visit Blackbutt Reserve A proper Aussie bush experience and it’s free. Wildlife exhibits are open from 10am to 5pm each day (note that some animal exhibitions and […]

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