Hostel Vs Capsule: Which is better?

When you’re trying to travel the world but can’t afford the luxury of a hotel room hostels are typically your next best option. While they’re stereotyped to cater for young party travellers not all hostels live up to their criticisms. I’ve stayed in many throughout my travels and have found most to be clean, sociable […]

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The best way to see the Great Barrier Reef & Whitsundays

Ideally one would spend a week or two marvelling in all 2,900 reefs that the Great Barrier Reef has to offer. But, having driven up from Brisbane, and a flight waiting for us at Cairns, my sister and I had to squeeze in as much as possible in just two days. With work and university […]

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How to to see Uluru stress free

So you want to see Uluru, (also known as Ayers rock) but it’s in the middle of  Australia and really difficult/ expensive to get to. Where do you start? Well, this summer I went to Australia for two months with my sister. Together with a group of friends we went on a three week road trip […]

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Travelling Tasmania

More than 42 % of Tasmania is a World Heritage Area, national park or forest reserve. It’s home to one of the worlds top beaches, and it’s the only place you can find a Tasmanian devil. I only spent a week in Tasmania, yet it made a big impression on me and holds so many memories […]

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