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Movies That Will Make You Want to Travel

Never underestimate the power of a silver screen to inspire your wanderlust. The Beach, Eat Pray Love, Under the Tuscan Sun, The Tourist, Mamma Mia… there’s no shortage of movies that make you want to jet off across the...

A Pride Guide to Los Angeles

Hoping to build on the success of last year’s record-breaking crowd, LA Pride Festival is bringing a wig-snatching line-up of music, movies, dance, and more to the streets of West Hollywood for a week from June 7 – and...

Visitors taking a selfie in Higashiyama, Kyoto

How to Travel Like a Local

Moving abroad is an exciting (though daunting) opportunity to experience a new city, country or culture. But, how do you know if you’re actually going to like your new home? According to new research by Booking...

How to visit Jewel Changi Airport

Get your passports ready, folks. The world’s best airport – as named by Skytrax six years in a row – has just got even better with the opening of the brand-new ‘Jewel’ at Changi Airport in...

How to be an Animal Friendly Traveller

Lions and tigers and bears – oh my! World Wildlife Day is back once again to remind us of the incredible creatures which share this planet with us, shining a light not only on the biodiversity that exists but also...

Four Insta-worthy things to see in Jakarta

When I told my friends and family I was heading off on a trip to Jakarta, the most common reaction was: ‘Why not go to Bali instead?’ I would be lying if I said the same thought hadn’t crossed my mind at least once too...

People Watching in Venice Beach

The United States is one of those destinations you cannot possibly see in one trip. I’ve been four times so far, yet every time I find myself returning to the Los Angeles area. The convenience from Australia is a big...

Chris Ashton

We're Chris and Simon, two Aussie travellers with a love of exploration and adventure, and the odd bit of luxury thrown in. We seek out street art, street food, and scuba diving wherever we go, and prefer the road less travelled over well-worn tourist paths.