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Travel Blog2021-01-12T03:32:42+00:00

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Tokyo, Japan

Japan is a country of contrasts, where ancient gods and tradition rub shoulders with modern technology.  21st Century Architecture blends into paddy fields and crowds disperse into the tranquillity of a classical garden. I have to admit that prior to arriving in Tokyo, there was a little bit of trepidation at the thought of navigating around Tokyo with everyone else, I was pleasantly [...]

By |January 6th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali

We were met by our transfer service and whisked away in a luxurious van for our 2 hour drive to Tembok. We flew past vista's and Mount Agung along many a winding road and past villages and temples. Our arrival at the resort couldn't be more welcoming; whilst the receptionist grabbed our passports to complete check-in we were treated to a welcome back, [...]

By |January 6th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Antarctica

Towering mountains, misty bays, rocky outcrops, freezing temperatures, gale force winds, calm seas, ice floes, 7 storey iceberg floes, whales, penguins, seals and research stations. A photographers delight, an adventurers thrill, a bucket list item. Be expected to be awed, challenged, surprised and changed! I would suggest going on an expedition cruise, as only 100 people can step on land at any given [...]

By |January 6th, 2021|Categories: Cold Countries|0 Comments

Alaska

Alaska, a land of towering mountains bathed in forests of spruce, hemlock and cedar and crowned with the frozen white powder. The glacial waterways create a meandering pathway alongside these towering mountains and offer a magnificent perspective in which to soak up their beauty. The popular towns visited by thousands of people during the warmer months via cruise ship reminder me more of [...]

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Hiking, Kyaking, Glacier & Queenstown NZ

Our quick blog on cycling the Great Taste Trail in NZ is in another post; this post picks up our two week adventure once we finished that cycle trip. After we handed back our bike, we boarded the Wilson’s Abel Tasman ferry to be transported up to Totaranui for a 2 hour hike to Awaroa Inlet. This perspective of the famous Abel Tasman [...]

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