Category Archives: South Pacific

G’day adventurers and me mates! After adventuring Down Under twice, I have only scratched the surface of Australia’s fascinating landscapes. On my trips, I covered Sydney’s Bridge Climb, the Blue Mountains, Ayers Rock, and the Great Barrier Reef. However, I didn’t get to even a third of what I wanted to see. That’s why I.
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G’day my adventure mates! I love Down Under! I’ve been to Australia twice over the last two years, but I still have a lot of ground to cover. That’s why I was thrilled when one of my peer travel writers, Giselle, presented this post about everything you ever wanted to know about Australia’s cities. Are.
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Tips for Renting a Vacation House

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Have you ever rented a house for vacation? Forget the hotel, resorts, or hostels and DIY (Do It Yourself)! My peer travel writer, Maxwell, would like to share with you tips for renting a vacation home whether in Margaret River, Australia or another destination of your choosing. Take it away Maxwell! Deciding to rent a vacation.
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The farm to table movement of locally sourcing menus in the hospitality industry has been all the rage for years with Chefs like Alice Waters leading the charge. However, one thing has remained relatively untapped, the bar. Mosts bars are set up fairly similarly. The tap beer selection is most likely a combination of local.
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Sun Surf and Suds with the Kauai Beer Co

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When one travels to Kauai, you expect some of the best sun and surf the Pacific can offer. Whether your chosen Kauai adventure be basking on the bow of a catamaran sailing the Napali Coast or paddling out to catch waves with professional surfers in Hanalei, you’ll be ready for happy hour or pau hana.
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Having been a canoe paddler and kayaker since I was able to ride on the lap of my father down the Black River or Flambeau River of Wisconsin, there was one canoe ride that I had on my bucket list for many a decade. Now in my second year living in the Hawaiian Islands, I.
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At the tail end of a whirlwind, eight-day, maiden voyage tour to Down Under, including Tasmania, Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Ayers Rock, the Great Barrier Reef, and Cairns, I had traveled by catamaran, helicopter, bus, foot, cable car, plane, semi-submersible, and car. I was short one of the most pleasant ways to travel; yes, you.
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Get out your bucket list! The North Island of New Zealand and its Bay of Islands must be on it. For those that haven’t yet traveled to the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, let me show you what you’re missing. Get on with it! (And, for those of you that have already visited this outstanding adventure.
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