Inspired by the classic journey from the novel “Around the World in Eighty Days,” the thought of traveling by rail today would involve a serious investment of 70 train rides over a span of 31 days. But I’d be up for it, so what about you?
Are you the type of camper who just can’t bring yourself to travel light? Like, no matter what you do and no matter how much you cut down on the belongings you bring, you still end up with a sack full of things? Well, you’re not the only one. I’m guilty of being a travel hoarder as well.
The school holidays are a fantastic time to spend with the kids, build bonds, and learn more about the world together. There are a few places as packed full of activities and learning than Rotorua, New Zealand.
In this article, we will take a look through some of the incredible things that you can do on the school holidays, whether travelling from within New Zealand or holidaying locally.
California is famous for its rich history, which makes it a prime tourist destination. If you are considering a fun place to work while you tour, California has places to suit your style, whether you’re a software engineer, travel nurse or digital nomad.
There are so many different places to check out along the California coast line. From stopping by the different beaches, going to famous restaurants, and visiting other famous landmarks, California offers an innumerable amount of things to do. So what is our favorite thing to do in the state that seemingly has everything? Whale watching.
The best thing about New Zealand is that there are so many off-the-beaten-track places to explore. Divert off SH1 and you’ll find sights not seen anywhere else in the world, right in our own backyard.
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