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I am far from an experienced camper. To be honest, my tour through the heartland of OZ was the first ever real camping experience for me – not just when it comes to outback camping – but because of this I feel that I can share my findings with other likewise inexperienced travellers so as […]
I still remember it with horror, the ferocious mosquitoes in Canada. Spending a summer in a Provincial Park in Canada. Every day we were pestered by the tiny little beasts and even though I was warned about the plague that are mosquitoes and horse flies, I wasn’t prepared at all. But after being literally scarred […]
Driving the Australian outback is a very bucketlist worthy endeavour. It’s been one of my favourite trips throughout my nearly four years of travel! But it’s also not one of the safest things to do if you don’t come fully prepared. So here is all you need to know before getting into your 4WD.
I thought backpacking Japan would go just as smoothly as travelling New Zealand: Just going with the flow and basically winging the entire trip. Japan is not as backpacker friendly and attuned to the backpacker community and as a result, some prior planning is necessary. That being said, there are a lot of conveniences that […]