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Two Wheel Adventure… Cycle Camping

You’ve heard of backpacking, camper-vanning, hiking and horse riding… how about a bit of cycle camping?

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Make 2012 the year you’ll never forget…

With the end of the year fast approaching it’s time to ask yourself whether 2011 lived up to your expectations. Did you get to visit that country you’ve always dreamed of? Did you learn something new? Did you meet the

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How Travel Has Changed Us…

As well as making a decision to be more tolerant of people’s shortcomings; make an effort to understand other people’s history and to appreciate the simple things in life, there are several ways that our trip has changed us personally…

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More Memories of an Epic Adventure…

Oh the memories! Carrying on with our trip down memory lane where we shared the highs, lows and regrets we had during our 11 month overland trip, we have now turned our thoughts towards the memories and places that affected

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Highs and Lows of an Epic Adventure…

When Richard and I first decided to go travelling we didn’t know quite what to expect. Having never been on anything more adventurous than a two week holiday to Spain, we were inevitably apprehensive about what we would encounter on

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Glamping, Hostel or Resort? Accommodation in Australia…

If you’re planning a trip down under, you’re in for the experience of a lifetime. In the midst of getting your travel sorted, buying your travel insurance and researching which landmarks you’re going to visit, you’ve probably been thinking a

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Tips on Keeping Healthy on the Road…

A BIG thank you to Travel With a Mate for publishing our article… Tips for Keeping Healthy on the Road! [singlepic id=4089 w=520 h=340 float=center] Have a browse on Travel With a Mate for more articles from real travel addicts!

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Cordon Bleu in a camper van…

Okay, whilst Cordon Bleu may be a bit of an overstatement when it comes to describing our efforts at campervan cooking, it’s amazing just what you can rustle up on a two ring stove! Before we started out on our

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Laos Sleeper buses, Sunsets and Stupidity!..

Our first experience of a Laos ‘sleeper’ – yet previous trips have proved that sleeping on these things is near impossible!

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Nothing much in Pakse…. except ATMs!! 2

So we left our last post speeding away from Don Khon (4000 Islands) in a little wooden boat towards Nakasang, where we were to catch a minibus to Pakse. We hopped on a (quite clean) 8-seater, which actually only had

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