We love to travel but sometimes getting there money-wise can be a problem. Budgeting can be hard so we have compiled some suggestions for your next trip!
The Liebster Award is given to bloggers by bloggers. We’ve been awarded two of them and have been a bit slack, but here’s a double-whammy of our answers!
Mountains, glaciers, wine, beaches, and crazy dinosaur eggs – what more could you want on a South Island road trip?
We love escaping Auckland as often as possible, and one of the closest and best places to go for a weekend is Waiheke Island. Wine and beaches – bliss!
Many couples encounter this dilemma – one has different life goals to the other. For us, it was buying a house vs. moving overseas. How did we solve it?
It’s incredibly difficult to access, but oh so worth it. One of the most beautiful waterfalls we’ve seen in New Zealand – and that’s saying something.
Riding elephants is a popular tourist activity in Southeast Asia. But do people realise that they may be supporting the abuse of these beautiful animals?
Earth, water, fire, air. What could be more perfect categories for a photo competition! Let’s explore the elements…
My birthday wish was to do a bush walk, so we did the Massey-Cossey Gorge Loop in the Hunua Ranges. It offered some amazing views and a lovely waterfall!
The waters surrounding the Poor Knights Islands in northern New Zealand contain some of the world’s best dive sites. We checked them out with Dive! Tutukaka!
Want to get up close and personal with New Zealand’s highest mountain? Take a scenic flight at Aoraki/Mt Cook – it’ll leave you in awe.
Thinking of travelling with your significant other? 13 bloggers who travel as a couple share what they like the most and least about travelling together.
For a small country, New Zealand has a heck of a lot of stunning places people don’t know about. Lake Tennyson in Canterbury is one of those places!
Hong Kong is a chaotic, pumping city that ignites the senses. It is a city full of great food, shopping, and interesting historical and modern sights. You’ll need more than 36 hours to cover the city for sure!
The Whangamumu Track in northern New Zealand is a short walk to a pretty harbour and old whaling station. Nature and history, what could be better!
Sometimes moving overseas doesn’t work out as planned. We lasted three months into the year of our Canada working holiday visa, but we don’t regret a thing.