Let's face it, a big draw card for visiting Sydney is the world famous Bondi beach. And whilst it's a beauty, there are so many others to choose from. Staggeringly, there are over 100 different beaches to choose from, and they're all different. It's what makes this city one of the best in the world and why so many people choose to emigrate here. So to help you out, we've written a blog on our top 10.
For most visitors Thailand is synonymous with paradise islands and full moon parties. Whilst it has countless beautiful beaches and a lot of partying on offer, there is so much more to it than that. Perhaps unusually we prefer the north of Thailand where the people are extremely friendly and it lives up to its reputation of 'the land of smiles'. We spent over three months in this beautiful country and here are a few things we think you shouldn't miss.
When planning a trip to the Land Down Under, most people assume that it's simply the opposite of the Northern Hemisphere (Northern Hemisphere Winter = Aussie Summer, etc). However, Australia is a continent that spans from the tropical north, arid centre to a temperate (and sometimes very cold) south. Add on top of this the Australian seasons aren't like Northern Hemisphere seasons and you'll soon see why planning a trip to Australia isn't quite as simple as it seems. Here's our guide to when is the best time of year to visit.
Vanuatu: just the name sounded distant and exotic to us when we first read about it in a Lonely Planet guide on a dreary London day. So we decided to visit for a fortnight and we can honestly say it blew us away. So check why not see why we loved it with our best things to do in Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu.
Tasmania is the state that is often left off the popular Aussie itineraries. Most Australian's that we know have never even visited. It's hard to imagine why because Tassie has something for everyone and it's very different to the rest of Australia. If you love making the most of the great outdoors, wildlife watching and great food then Tasmania is one state you don't want to miss. Here's our guide to the best things to do in Tasmania.
There's one thing every visitor to Australia want to do: see a wild kangaroo. There's nothing like spotting your first kangaroo bounding across the road or sparring on the golf course. Despite outnumbering humans, kangaroos aren't too easy to find, so we've compiled a list of the best places to see wild kangaroos near Sydney.
It's a city associated with fine dining and shopping, and while there is plenty of that, there is so much more to Hong Kong. It's a place that's worth more time than an overnight stopover with world-class dining, a modern bustling city fringed by jungle and with so many epic walking tracks. Effortlessly integrating tradition and modernity, there's nowhere else in the world quite like it. Here are a few of our top recommends, both on and off the beaten track.
How many people's first glimpse of Australia was Crocodile Dundee?! Well it certainly was mine! Kakadu certainly reminds you of the movie and is the truly wild part of Australia with huge crocs, red rock formations and stunning ancient aboriginal rock art. Here's out guide to the best things to do in this incredible part of Australia
If you're looking for wild, tropical Australia, then look no further than Darwin. Nestled by the Timor Sea, the Top End (as it's known by Australians) has some of the most adventurous and exotic experiences you can have. Within a couple of hours you can see incredible wildlife, stunning swimming spots and sunsets unlike anywhere else. So here's our guide to guide to the best things to do just outside of Darwin.
If you thought Hong Kong was all bright city lights, skyscrapers and shopping you only know half the story. Whilst it does have all those things in abundance, it also has some of the best urban hiking trails in the world. You feel like you're a million miles from the city, but once you hike to the peak it's right there in front of you again. Here's a few of our favourites.
Cairns is a great place to base yourself for some unforgettable Queensland adventures. Within two hours you can visit waterfalls, pre-historic rainforest, stunning beaches and see endangered wildlife you can't see anywhere else in the world. Here's our tips to making your trip to Tropical North Queensland truly memorable.