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Engadin Marathon Silvaplana Switzerland

Toughing the World’s Longest Running High-Altitude Sailing Marathon

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For 38 years, a small alpine lake perched high in the mountains of Switzerland has hosted the Engadin Marathon, a high altitude sailing marathon for windsurfers (and more recently kitesurfers)…

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Dubai Guide: Our 5 Alternative Escapes When You Want to Explore More Than Just the Mall

| Middle East, Things to Do | No Comments

So you’ve made your way to Dubai and ready for a taste of the Middle East? Maybe you’re on a little stopover on your way back to Australia from the…

Best Churches in Rome

10 Must See Churches in Rome; How To Find Them, What to Look For

| Europe, Things to Do | No Comments

Rome, one of Europe’s most ancient cities and considered through the ages to be the birthplace of civilisation. As Italy’s capital, it is home to one of the largest football…

Hokitika Gorge New Zealand

5 Incredible New Zealand Hiking Trails You Should Totally Do

| Australia, Things to Do | One Comment

The South Island of New Zealand is one of the southern hemisphere’s worst kept secrets. The fjords of Norway, alps of Switzerland, summer temperatures of Australia and some of the…

Wat Phra Kaew

Bangkok in 24-Hours; The Layover Guide

| 24-Hour Travel, Asia, Things to Do | No Comments

Working for an airline taught me how to organise my trips into 24-hour blocks, making sure I see absolutely everything that a city can offer. I’ve done the Bangkok, Thailand…

Agata Bialas batur volcano

Hiking an Active Volcano; The Mount Batur Sunrise Trek

| Asia, Things to Do | No Comments

After 3 months travel back in Sean’s home in Australia it was time for more adventures. Moving back to our European base we made a short pit-stop in Bali, Indonesia,…

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5 Things to do in Coffs Harbour

| 24-Hour Travel, Australia, Things to Do | One Comment

Last week we visited Sydney for Sean’s Windsurfing National Championships on Botany Bay. Because windsurfing involves such a ridiculous amount of gear to drag around we opted to drive rather…

Swim with dolphins Coffs Harbour

Swimming With the Dolphins at Coffs Harbour

| Australia, Things to Do | One Comment

If you are ever roadtripping down the east coast of Australia make sure you make the stop in Coffs Harbour. Only 4.5 hours drive south from Brisbane, Coffs is one…

Turkmenistan & the Silk Road, an unlikely windsurfing location

| Middle East, Windsurfing | No Comments

The Windsurfing World Tour allows us to visit some exciting new place around the world; places I wouldn’t necessarily have thought about travelling to before. After a long series of…

Legoland Billund, Denmark

Legoland Denmark is looking a bit tired, no?

| Europe, Things to Do | No Comments

The small quiet town of Billund on the western stretch of Denmark is home to the world’s most famous toy company, Lego and also home to the first Legoland Tourist…

Finding new friends in Johannesburg Lion Park

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One of the best parts of working for an airline is the opportunity to visit so many places around the world. On one of my recent flights I had the…

Tokyo Anime Manga Gundam Front Statue

Tokyo’s Top 5 Places for Manga and Anime Lovers

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One of my favourite aspects of Tokyo life to visit is the bustling and somewhat crazy manga/anime scene. Manga, being the typically black and white Japanese cartoon comic books and…