Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

50 Things That Make You Addicted To Travelling – Part 4

Addicted to travel

There is nothing like travelling to broaden the mind and expand your view of the world. It’s THE best way of learning not only about others but about yourself. Be careful though, because travelling is like a drug and you become addicted to the next trip, the next adventure, the next experience – albeit a…

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50 Things That Make You Addicted To Travelling – Part 3

Addicted to travel

There is nothing like travelling to broaden the mind and expand your view of the world. It’s THE best way of learning not only about others but about yourself. Be careful though, because travelling is like a drug and you become addicted to the next trip, the next adventure, the next experience – albeit a…

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50 Things That Make You Addicted To Travelling – Part 2

Addicted to travel

There is nothing like travelling to broaden the mind and expand your view of the world. It’s THE best way of learning not only about others but about yourself. Be careful though, because travelling is like a drug and you become addicted to the next trip, the next adventure, the next experience – albeit a…

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50 Things That Make You Addicted To Travelling – Part 1

Intrepid Travel Review

There is nothing like travelling to broaden the mind and expand your view of the world. It’s THE best way of learning not only about others but about yourself. Be careful though, because travelling is like a drug and you become addicted to the next trip, the next adventure, the next experience – albeit a…

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Intrepid Travel – Classic Burma (Myanmar) Review

Intrepid Travel trip review

In September 2015 I was fortunate enough to have the last-minute opportunity to join an Intrepid Travel tour to Burma (Myanmar) and have to say, it’s been one of my travel highlights. Burma is a magical country with mythical landscapes, ancient temples, friendly locals and food that you will never forget. Whether you’re strolling around…

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We are so busy giving our kids what we didn’t have…..

giving to kids

As adults, most of us have fond memories from childhood: intently watching ants on the march, building a cubby house, collecting tadpoles from the creek, making mud pies or daisy chains, grabbing the rope swing and swinging out over the river and letting go, exploring the neighbourhood and stopping for a Sunny Boy at the…

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All in a days work as an Outdoor Educator

outdoor educator

24 hours in the life of a professional outdoor educator 4.30am – Out of bed in Melbourne, quick breakfast on the go, toss bags into car and drive a couple of hours to starting point. Stop and snap a few stunning sunrise photos. 6.30am – Arrive at Base and meet Course Coordinator (CC) to discuss…

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Top 10 life lessons from travelling

life lessons

Having travelled to…..well lots of countries, I know the benefits of unravelling your life amongst strangers and unusual locations. It definitely puts me outside my comfort zone which means I learn more about myself and the world around me. As I get older I get braver, but in some ways more conservative as I’m no…

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Favourite Travelling Movies

Travel movies

My Favorite Travel Movies Having had Foxtel for a year but now Netflix I’ve been able to expand my repertoire of movies by 100%. Yes, not all movies are available but there are some that I wouldn’t have normally viewed that have been great. I do tend to hunt down good travel movies, documentaries about…

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