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Photoblog: Night Food Markets in Indonesia

Street food markets are my favourite way to experience the local food culture in Asia, plus they’re dirt cheap! The smells are strong; delicious satay mixed with potent raw fish. There’s always a huge choice of mouth-watering food and it’s cooked in front of
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7 Things that Went Wrong in New Zealand

With the Kiwis being our neighbours I felt pretty bad that I’d never even popped over to visit them. So after a passionate encounter with a travelling brit who was headed to New Zealand I decided to drop over and say “hi” during my holiday from work. I didn’t really think too
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How Not to Get into Tayrona Park, Colombia

“Would you like to see me naked?” A French accent purrs as I walk back into my hostel room one morning. “I promise you won’t regret this” he takes off his pants and proceeds to walk around the room naked, pottering about. This is is how I met Jon. And to our delight there were 2
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Getting Naked in Public in Japan

Onsen; Japanese Hot Spring Bathhouse I knew very well that when I went to a public Onsen in Japan I was going to have to get naked. But it still wasn’t any easier. I was with my sister and her friend, and I hadn’t seen my sister naked for about 15 years. Not only that but each
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Top Tips For Japan

Here are some things that either helped me on my Travels in Japan or things I wish I’d done. If you are about to go to Japan, take a squiz over these before you go. 1. RESEARCH the crap out of the place!  I hate researching a place too much before I go but the biggest
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10 Ways to Travel Japan on the Cheap

Are you trying to do Japan on the cheap? Although its a pretty expensive country there are loads of things you can find which are surprisingly affordable. Check out this post for an three weeks in Japan itinerary.  1. Stay in dorm rooms in Hostels They are so ridiculously private
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WATCH: A Day in Kyoto, Japan

Have you ever wondered what a place looks like that you’ve never been before? This is the first of a series of video blogs entitled “A Day In…” where you will be able to get a feel of what a place is  like, what tourist attractions you can visit, the best
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Photoblog Of Magnetic Island

Magnetic Island was alive with Australian birds and animals. I have never been to a place with sich a high concentration of tame wildlife before. There were thousands of semi-tame lorikeets that visited the hostel daily, as well as a kookaburra who ate from my hand. The
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Guide To South Molle Island, Whitsundays

Want a Hamilton Island experience minus the resort ridden, tourist brimming cesspool vibe AND for a poor man’s price? Go to South Molle Island! This is the cheapest way to do the Whitsunday Islands. South Molle Island, one of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays, is pure
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The Great Barrier Reef – A Snorkelling Adventure

The Great Barrier Reef WARNING: Preachy Eco-Tourism Blog Article to follow. The Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is somewhere that I’d been wanting to go to for a long time. I was desperate to go because I’d heard that the reef was dying at an
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