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We met eight years ago in a dingy sandwich bar and have been stuck together like a fat kid to a cupcake ever since. Apart from travelling and photography our interests include eating, cats (punctuation is important here) and sarcasm. Scroll down.....

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When I first heard that you could swim with turtles in Akumal independently I thought it sounded amazing, but due to my fear of swimming out into the ocean by myself I discounted it completely.

Four months later when Steven joined me in Playa Del Carmen for a mini getaway I brought up the idea to swim with turtles in Akumal so we set off one morning on a collectivo to the small resort town.Continue Reading..

Sometimes travelling as a couple is not so peachy….

Note : Apologies in advance if you were hoping for a guide to the Salt Cathedral. This story focuses more on our life as travellers who just so happened to be visiting the attraction. We’ve popped a quick info section below the post to give you a basic overview.

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Hello, today we’d like to announce we’ve taken our Youtube channel in a slightly different direction. Instead of keeping it as purely a travel channel we’ll also be uploading vlogs of our life in Australia, some funny/ personality driven videos and tags and challenges.

To keep up to date with ALL new uploads (as only travel vlogs will be featured on the blog) you should subscribe to our Youtube channel and/or follow us on Instagram for updates.Continue Reading..

While many travellers will enter Guatemala from Belize via the Tikal Border (note you do not actually cross at Tikal but this is an easy way to describe it) you can also cross into the country at the most southern city of Belize (Punta Gorda) by boat into Livingston (or Puerto Barrios), Guatemala.Continue Reading..

You may have finally convinced your parents to spend their next vacation somewhere other than the house they spend every other day of the year in but they’re not quite sure where to take you. That’s why I’ve comprised this list full of excellent, non threatening (because old people get scared sometimes) holiday destinations for teenagers which not only keep your family happy, but also yourself.

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The twenties are your prime festival years, not only are you old enough to drink but you also have the added freedom of a higher disposable income than you would have back in high school.Continue Reading..

We went to Whanganui to visit Lexi’s grandad and he took us to this awesome park. Sorry we don’t know the name but I’m sure it will be easily googled. Here is our photo diary.Continue Reading..

Getting wet after venturing into a dark hole, this all sounds like a line from a ‘that’s what she said’ joke, but that’s one of the highlights of things to do in Waitomo – going caving!

Along with caving in Waitomo you get to blackwater raft, abseil and rock climb, and most of all see glow worms in one of the few places that they appear in the world.Continue Reading..

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Queensland is undoubtedly one of the most popular holiday spots in the country, if not the most popular due to its accessibility, sunshine and beautiful beaches. However Queensland is a giant corner of Australia so we’ve narrowed it down to create the perfect South East Queensland Bucket List.Continue Reading..

My boss looked at me like I was crazy, “India?”, he said with a confused look on his face. “Are you sure you want to go there?”

“Yes.” I replied defiantly but already beginning to doubt myself.

He continued to tell me about how India was not the type of place I would enjoy travelling in and perhaps I should choose another destination before walking off to serve a customer.Continue Reading..