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Are these the best 2018 travel resolutions?

Are these the best 2018 travel resolutions?

January is the month that we are inundated with a plethora of positivity. Positive messages. Faux happy people. New Year - New You. Find the right mindset. If you dream it, it will happen It really does seem as if everyone toss winkle has become a new age, personal...

Cheap and Cheerful Camp Accessories

Cheap and Cheerful Camp Accessories

Camping is the new black. It’s the new hipster activity when we’re not out drinking beetroot lattes, eating smashed avocados and boutique beer brewed by teeny bees. It seems that every bearded man, handbag designer bred dog and faux retro lady are off on a camping...

2017 The Year That We Saw a Lot and Spent a Lot

2017 The Year That We Saw a Lot and Spent a Lot

Ah, it's that most wonderful time of year where we sit down, open another bottle of wine and ponder where did all that time go? Those days? All the late nights. For some unknown reason, we still do struggle to understand that December is here and the year is nearly...

How to Find The Ideal Hotel For Your Budget

How to Find The Ideal Hotel For Your Budget

Finding the perfect hotel can be an unimagined nightmare. Let’s be honest about this. It really isn’t a pleasant experience at all. There are so many booking sites, with just as many review sites to muddle your mind. I personally hate trying to find a hotel that fits...

Why you should travel with your dog

Why you should travel with your dog

Too often when we go on holidays, we automatically leave our pets behind. Whether at a kennel or with family or a pet sitter. We treat organising for them to be looked after the same way as packing a bag: an obvious step before leaving on vacation. Up until recently I...

Are these the most comfortable ladies underwear to hike in?

Are these the most comfortable ladies underwear to hike in?

A good pair of underwear can make even the most heartbreaking. Soul destroying hike that little bit more bearable. There’s nothing worse than having undies that pinch, go wandering, slip around or cause you to literally sweat your arse off. We all know that hiking and...

The horse riding haven hidden away in Pucon

The horse riding haven hidden away in Pucon

Hidden away in the hills of Pucon, Chile, lies a horse riding haven. A safe place where all riders, from beginners to experts, can find themselves in a world of horse happiness. When most people start considering Pucon, as an adventure town, they generally think about...

Experiencing estancia life at Los Potreros

Experiencing estancia life at Los Potreros

Rolling hills, galloping gauchos, bellowing cows, wild horses running amok around this magnificent part of Argentina. These are just a few of the images that are evoked in the imagination of travellers when they think about the wondrous things that they will...

Dealing with travellers tummy

Dealing with travellers tummy

Everybody poops. It’s a basic fact of life. And one of the more curious body functions that the average travellers spends far more time investigating then what any of us would like to admit. No matter how hardy a traveller you claim to be at some point in time you...

Where to buy outdoor gear in La Paz?

Where to buy outdoor gear in La Paz?

So you’ve arrived in La Paz, ready for an adventure of a lifetime. Passport in hand, money hidden away and a little bit sleepy from all that travel. Then you realise - you’re here but your all important bag isn’t. Seemingly your bag has taken itself on an adventure...

How to get to Cusco quick

How to get to Cusco quick

It can be truly daunting trying to figure out the best way to get from Lima to Cusco. Peru may look like a small country in comparison to her South American neighbors but this doesn’t mean that the popular cities and towns are just a jump away. The small distances on...

Glamping amongst the grapevines

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