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There’s something special about a place near the snow. It has always been this way for me. I am equally comfortable by the beach, and since moving to Australia, this is obviously where and what I know well! Maybe it’s the climate, I really am not sure, but you quickly escalate in what you’re looking, Read More

I love travel. The further I go and the more frequent I go, I am always reminded of the differences and yet the common core or similarity we all have as people on our amazing planet. Rather than avoid or be fearful of our differences, new experiences with cultures allows us to understand why, Read More

The thermometer had plummeted to 0 degrees and it wasn’t even 4pm on what had been a warmish day in Yoho national Park. And at first glance, the two-bedroom wood cabin we had booked, looked basic. No underfloor heating, or fancy climate control contraptions. How would it keep out that biting cold? We didn’t, Read More

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  We had a long haul flight from Australia. What seemed a blessing, felt like a curse 10 hours in on a 14 hour straight flight… I had tried to entertain Noah with every trick I could muster and thought he was used to sleeping in planes after his previous naps through turbulent storms,, Read More

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Travellers have been trading front-door keys since time immemorial. But now, finding a place to crash has never been easier, with AirBnb enabling people to share their homes for your holidays. Launching from humble beginnings in 2008, it is now the largest “chain” for accommodation in the world, making a homestay option seem hip., Read More

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Carhood is one of my latest finds in the travelling world. And… it’s absolutely amazing and actually revolutionary! We are about to leave Australia and head to Canada for a couple of weeks. Which means we will need to leave our car parked somewhere around the airport and leave behind a few hundred bucks… Which, Read More

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