Skiing In Garmisch

Skiing In Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany VIDEO

Earlier this year, we spent 3 months living in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where we went skiing every single day. It was an amazing place and the perfect location to build up our new project. We know this is probably a strange time to be posting articles about winter, but in the scorching summer heat we think of this […]

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Tips for Smart Travelers to Travel Better

8 Tips for Smart Travelers to Travel Better

Whether you’re traveling for work or play, or whether you’re a newbie traveler or a seasoned pro, everyone could use a few travel tips. Sometimes we pack too much. Other times we don’t pack correctly for the weather. Maybe you forgot your phone charger or didn’t pack enough reading material for times off-line. Sometimes it […]

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Basics Of Light and Easy Backpacking

Basics Of Light and Easy Backpacking

Whether you’re backpacking, taking a road trip, or staying in hotels — be it a long journey or a short one — from my experience of traveling over the years, the best advice I can give is be prepared, but travel *light*! You’ll be surprised as to how little you actually *need* when traveling.  I did […]

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Travel Interview WWOOFing in New Zealand

WWOOFing is a popular way to travel the world for free accommodation and food. If you haven’t heard about this before, I highly recommend checking out the website – WWOOFing = Willing Working On Organic Farms and sounds like a great idea, but we wanted to know about this thing from someone who had actually […]

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Our New Zealand Trip and Dolphin Watching In Akaroa

During our New Zealand Trip, the weather had been unsteady during the week, but when I woke up that morning the weather was incredible, blue skies and sunny – ‘Let’s go NOW!’ I said as I eagerly shook Nathan to wake up – we were off to Akaroa. 20 minutes later the bus tickets were booked […]

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Exploring The New Zealand Night Sky

We spent just over 60 hours in total on buses for 3 months in New Zealand. Spending so many hours on buses probably sounds horrific to you, but thanks to the bus drivers it was honestly enjoyable – the bus rides with these New Zealand bus drivers felt more like long guide tours with travel guides […]

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Things To Do In Australia vs New Zealand

Nathan, who is from New Zealand, can’t count how many times people have asked him if New Zealand and Australia are the same country, if there is a bridge between the two (yes, people have asked if you can drive between the two countries), and even if they’re joined together. The list goes on, but one […]

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How We Survived Camping In a Broken Tent For 3 Months In New Zealand

How We Survived Camping In A Broken Tent For 3 Months In New Zealand

We were more than eager to leave Sweden for our road trip, so as soon as we thought we had enough money to survive for a while we packed our bags and left. We didn’t really know what to expect, but figured that time would tell. And pretty soon, it did. If I would have known before […]

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Let’s Start The New Zealand Road Trip!

Right now I’m sitting in the car at the top of Whakapapa ski field, where the winds are gusting well over 100km/h.  The car is shaking pretty violently but hasn’t been blown away just yet!  Having said that, a huge gust just rocked the car so I’m heading down the mountain to keep writing this […]

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How to Choose Travel Insurance

How to Choose Travel Insurance

Murphy’s Law is one is the most quoted maxims in history, and it basically says that if something can go wrong, then it will. While this is of course an exaggeration, when you go and travel sometimes this is much truer than you would like. Some things that can go wrong are inconveniences, but they […]

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