A Guest Post from Mirna at Breathe Travel! The beautiful city of Cape Town has so much going for it; its charm, great food, the best wine, awesome craft beer, lovely people and some stunning coastlines. 48 hours in Cape Town is barely enough time to cover all the highlights of this incredible place. But if that’s all the time you have, you should absolutely stop in and enjoy it for a couple of days. Here’s how to prioritise your time.
Moving to the other side of the world is a huge leap. Leaving a secure job to travel the world is too. We’ve done both. Maybe Crazy? Courageous? Hell yes! It takes courage to make commitments like those.
Do you dream of quitting your job and living a different life? Your dream life maybe? Do you surf the internet, reading about how other people are living their dream life, wondering how they got there? I have two words for you: Exit Plan.
A guest post by Paula at Contented Travellers. She describes the gorgeous feast we had at Anason at Barangaroo in Sydney.
Part of me wants to just pack a bag, travel the world and not look back. But there is The List to tackle first. I’m freaking-out because that list is long!
Our latest Tip: Free Camping! It allows you to park just about anywhere your vehicle can take you. Most times, you’re free of people, noise, and light and best of all, it’s free.
The Hunter Valley is an area most famous for its award-winning wines but it’s also a place where sheep are raised, wheat is grown, champion racehorses are bred and delicious dairy is produced. It’s also where I called home for much of my life.
After our trip to Outback N.S.W., I am reflective. I feel lost in my own country. My mental state has returned to a place I thought I left behind.
The Three Sisters and Govett’s Leap in the Blue Mountains, NSW are both spectacular lookouts. Here’s why we think you need to skip the Three Sisters and head straight to Govetts Leap.
The Australian Outback stretches into multiple states and we’ve only scratched the surface with Outback N.S.W. It’s amazingly diverse.
High quality campgrounds are hard to come by, especially in the Australian Outback. Warrawong on the Darling was a delightful surprise.
When doing your research, there is one golden rule when it comes to hiring a campervan in Australia: You get what you pay for.
“If you don’t pack it, don’t worry. You can ‘just pick it up’ somewhere on the road.” Ugh. Are you a curvaceous traveller? Does this mindset frustrate you as it does me? Read on on how I deal with it!
We are using this as an opportunity to test drive the campervan as an option for our even larger road trip: Our (re) Discover Australia road trip. Here’s the process we went through to plan our Outback N.S.W. road trip.
Santa Fe and Taos are beautiful, calming and spiritual. Culture springs forth everywhere you turn. It’s been written about a lot, justifiably.
Want a great, reliable site to book your next getaway? We’ve tried many, but these are the ones we love and use. Expedia, TripAdvisor, Booking.com, Trivago…
The most important tip when visiting Florence is not to rush. This timeless place is meant for walking and exploring. Breathe in and enjoy the ambiance. Savour a café with the locals after indulging in a long, luxurious lunch. Take a picnic in the parks around. There’s time. And Florence is the perfect place to enjoy life.
If you want the quintessential Australian country getaway, Broger’s End is it. I could sum up Broger’s End I would say: Relaxed. Settling. Eco-friendly. And, above all, peaceful. I could seriously move here.
Sometimes you just need – or want – to escape. It is probably the best things you can do for yourself. Here’s why…
Our dream is to travel the world, slowly. When we first wrote out our RTW Living List, it was a mother-trucker of a list. Damn it was long.