Five unusual delicacies to taste on your travels..!

One of the joys of travelling is sampling local foods, wines and delicacies. Food is an important part of the cultural fabric in countries all around the world, so trying

Photo Flashbacks: Hanging Plank Road, San Huangzhou

When I look back at this photo now I can’t quite believe I had the nerve to walk around this! This was taken on a magical day back in August

Swimming with Manta Rays in Fiji (Guest Post)

Swimming with Manta Rays is something that I have never done, but luckily, Amy from Map the Gap is here to tell us all about her experience when she swam

The Canadian Adventure: Ontario…

One of the worlds most awesome places and a far cry from its ‘nice but boring’ image, Canada is a definite must for those of you who appreciate beauty, adventure

Tales of the Outback…The Blue Mountains

Let us take you on a journey through the Australian Outback to explore the myths and legends surrounding some of the country‘s most mesmerising sights… Legends of the Blue Mountains

Tales of the Outback…Uluru

Let us take you on a journey through the Australian Outback to explore the myths and legends surrounding some of the country‘s most mesmerising sights… Uluru You will more than

Tales of the Outback…Nitmiluk

Let us take you on a journey through the Australian Outback to explore the myths and legends surrounding some of the country‘s most mesmerising sights… Nitmiluk You may not have

Tales of the Outback…Kakadu National Park

Let us take you on a journey through the Australian Outback to explore the myths and legends surrounding some of the country‘s most mesmerising sights… Kakadu National Park Situated at

My 7 Links – An opportunity to ‘look back’ at past posts!

We were recently nominated by @christinahegele (thank you Christina!) to take part in the My 7 Links Project created by Tripbase. The name of the game is to create and

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

Guest Post: The Highlights of my Botswana Safari…

Something that Richard and I have never done is a Safari (apart from our brief ride around Shanghai Wild Animal Park last year) and we were recently contacted by someone

So Much to See and Do in Melbourne…

After just a couple of weeks into our move to Melbourne we were starting to settle in and had already taken part in quite a few of the ‘must do’

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

E noho ra New Zealand..!

Our last night in New Zealand was spent back where our Kiwi road trip first began – Westhaven Marina in Auckland! We drove there from Waitomo where we had visited

Glow Worms Caves & the Best Museum in the World…EVER!

She took us into the glow worm ‘grotto’ where we took a boat trip through the still, dark waters and gazed in awe at the 1000s of twinkling lights above us!

Sounds and Sights from the Centre of New Zealand…

We woke up to a beautiful day in Nelson after camping at the designated parking site just five minutes out of the city. It was a Saturday so we decided

Three, Two, One…BUNGEEEEEEEE!!!

New Zealand just keeps getting better and better for us. We’ve already had beautiful beaches, rare wildlife, volcanic hotspots, breathtaking boat cruises and majestic mountains, but it was time for

Mystical Milford Sound…

Our visit to Milford Sound was without a doubt one of the major highlights of our road trip around New Zealand. Once again, it is a place that is surrounded

Penguins, Boulders and the Steepest Street in the World..!

Once we’d left the Mount Cook National Park we made our way back over to the South Island’s east coast and drove to the town of Oamaru. This pretty coastal

Majestic Mount Cook National Park

Today was a day that we had been looking forward to ever since we landed in New Zealand – we were off to Mount Cook National Park and were eager