25 reasons to visit Western Australia

Western Australia is massive. It covers 2,529,875 km2, or one third, of Australia, that's seriously huge. If it was its own country it would be in the Top 10 biggest countries in the world, you could fit England inside it 20 times, or Texas 4 times. Most of the population lives in Perth which is... Continue Reading →

A Western Australia Road Trip: Coral Bay and Cape Range National Park

We left Shark Bay and made our way even further north, passing through Carnarvon and wishing we had a 4x4 to explore the dramatic Gascoyne Coast along Gnaraloo Road, but we had a Nissan Micra, so we stuck to the highway and ended up in Coral Bay. Seriously, rent a 4x4 if you can afford... Continue Reading →

Kick back in Bali

Bali is famous for its amazing beaches and killer surf breaks, but there are plenty of other things to do here. To get here from Java you need to make your way to Ketapang and hop on the ferry to Gilimanuk. We got talked into paying jacked up prices for a minibus all the way... Continue Reading →

Journey across Java

If you want to explore Indonesia then Java is a great starting place. It's the geographic center of it all and has a lot to offer, from active volcanoes to ancient temples to busy cities. Javanese, Sundanese, and Madurese are the primary languages used, many people use Indonesian as their second language, it's easy enough... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dhaka is a hectic city full of traffic jams, overwhelming crowds and a lot of stares. There are over 17 million people that live here and you can tell as soon as you leave the airport. But once you start to explore the backroads and riverways you'll start to notice its charm hidden behind the... Continue Reading →

Cruise down the Gold Coast

Welcome to the Gold Coast. If you're into surfing, or even if you've never tried it before, this is a good place to start. It's an (almost) safe place to swim, with all the sharks and killer jellyfish (you still get stung by bluebottles) seeming to stay in the warmer waters of Queensland. If you... Continue Reading →

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