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Up Close to Cape Horn

July 29, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Cruises

A Michael Palin documentary a few years back saw him actually land and set foot on Cape Horn. For those who don’t actually know, Cape Horn is, realistically the last point of “liveable” land on planet earth. Conditions further south are generally too cold, and this particular island is the southern most tip of South America.[]

Inca Trail Luxury Peru Trekking

July 25, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Travel

Peru trekking tours on the Inca Trail are probably the only such tours where customers willing to pay are actually turned away because it’s already heavily booked. This 26-mile hike through the cloud forests and the Andes, with Inca ruins and relics littered all over the place, counts as one of the world’s top five treks. A last minute booking is almost impossible because permits have to be obtained and only 500 people are allowed to enter the trail each day.

Photographs in Paradise

February 11, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Travel

One of the most well known locations in Australia, Byron Bay is situated on Australia most easterly point and is a perfect holiday destination to see by campervan. Having a population of virtually 20,000. It can be a diversified, flourishing community.

Why Travel Agents Can Afford To Operate Manually

February 11, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Travel

It might seem amazing or possibly unbelievable, but you will find, even in today’s sophisticated world, with its sundry computer software programs, several travel agencies that continually do things manually. This undeniably results in a lot of paper waste, but more concerning for the owner of the agency is that their performance and earnings are all affected.

Darwin Australia – The Undiscovered Jewel In The Outback Crown

February 10, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Travel

The Northern Territory is the central northern state of Australia and is acclaimed for legendary outback expeditions. Often referred to as the Never-Never by the traditional owners because of it’s timelessness and legendary tales, the Northern Territory delivers more adventure than almost all of Australia’s states and the possibility to get totally lost in the beauty and ruggedness of what is the perfect “Australian Outback”.

Keeping Kids Occupied During Road Travels

February 9, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Travel

Going on a vacation out of town is something to look forward to particularly when you are with your loved ones. But the traveling part can be the most difficult as children tend to become irritable and impatient even with just a little over thirty minutes of being on the road. To help keep your sanity, it’s best to always be prepared ahead of time.

4 of the Best iPhone Apps for Traveling in Australia

February 8, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Travel

After having looked in to loads of i phone and iPad applications that will aid the visitor travel around Australia, these are definitely the ones that I travel with and I believe are the most useful iPhone apps for taking a trip in Oz. There are numerous others that deal with restaurant reviews and a myriad of other categories, these ones are specifically tailored to give you a hand if you are exploring Australia in a campervan. Having said that, some of them come in very handy when doing day walks around the city or when floating through any town in the country.