This months feature! Travel gear!

Our Favourite Camera Bag – The Kata 33 DL

By | March 31, 2014 at 5:26 am | 2 comments

We love this bag. And we are not sponsored by Kata… this is actually the bag we use and love. Now we travel with a fair amount of camera gear. We have got our five lenses, our DSLR body, a portable microphone, and a tripod. It can be a lot to fit into a standard [...]

Latest in: Budget Travel

Budget Travel in Egypt

By | April 5, 2014 at 1:59 pm | 8 comments

BUDGET TRAVEL IN EGYPT After arriving in Egypt from Malaysia on my big trip, I was well prepared for my bank account taking a bit more of a hit. What I didn’t expect once I landed (via Yemen, a story for another day) in Cairo was how cheap everything was, maybe the drop in tourism [...]

Latest in: Family Travel

Our Must Have Gear For Traveling With A Baby

By | March 27, 2014 at 6:10 am | 6 comments

We spent about half of our sons first year on the road. We road tripped, we visited family, we backpacked…. we did it all. And during those six months we learned what gear we needed…. and what gear we didn’t… Our must have gear for traveling with a baby Our big heavy all terrain pram [...]

Latest in: Australia

Travel Photo : Lemur And Giraffe At Adelaide Zoo Australia

By | March 5, 2014 at 5:17 am | 4 comments

What’s that over there!?! Whose that!?! I just wonder what is going through the lemurs mind. All day long he sees giraffes and scores of humans, and yet he never lets his guard down. He is always vigilantly watching. The placement of the lemur enclosure just outside of the giraffe enclosure at Adelaide Zoo makes [...]

Latest in: New Zealand

Travel Moment New Zealand: Emerald Lake Tongariro

By | January 10, 2014 at 6:18 am | 6 comments

There is nothing more beautiful that a lake coloured by volcanic minerals…. except for one on top of a mountain range. You can read more about the Tongariro Crossing here. Taken with a Canon 550 D Lens: Canon 18 – 55 mm 18 mm ISO: 100 Aperture: 14 Shutter speed: 1/200   Enjoyed this article?Subscribe [...]

Latest in: Pacific Islands

Churches in Tonga – A Photo Essay

By | April 17, 2014 at 6:41 am | 2 comments

I’m not a religious person. But on a Sunday morning in Tonga, church is the ultimate thing to do. In fact, it is pretty much the only thing to do. The whole country shuts down on Sunday’s and the incredible harmonies from the church can be heard throughout the villages. We spent a week in [...]

Latest in: Europe

The Wine Lovers Guide to France

By | April 21, 2014 at 6:59 pm | No comments

If you are a lover of wine then of course a trip to France would be in order. There are dozens of fantastic little wine regions and vineyards in France – and I won’t be able to talk about them here. Instead we will highlight the five main regions that every wine lover, and those [...]

Latest in: Asia

Budget Travel in Armenia

By | April 3, 2014 at 6:39 pm | No comments

Stay on Budget in Armenia  Anna is a part time tour guide and and occasionally writes for traveltoarmenia.am. She’s been almost everywhere in Armenia from popular everyday monasteries and to unbeaten paths through mountains. Traveling to Armenia suits every budget. Whether you prefer top-rated hotels, where presidents and famous artists have spent a night, or [...]

Latest in: Africa

Budget Travel in Egypt

By | April 5, 2014 at 1:59 pm | 8 comments

BUDGET TRAVEL IN EGYPT After arriving in Egypt from Malaysia on my big trip, I was well prepared for my bank account taking a bit more of a hit. What I didn’t expect once I landed (via Yemen, a story for another day) in Cairo was how cheap everything was, maybe the drop in tourism [...]

Latest in: North America

Downtown Toronto In 24 Hours

By | April 14, 2014 at 6:12 pm | One comment

You either love it or you hate it. Toronto has that effect on people. But it will probably be a stop for you if you are visiting Canada – it does have the countries largest airport after all. Like all giant cities, Toronto is one of those places where it takes time and effort to [...]

Latest in: South America

A Day Cycling around Bariloche Argentina

By | January 8, 2014 at 5:52 am | 9 comments

We were definitely ready for some action. Having spent the previous week either on long bus rides, or sitting in doors due to bad weather in order to catch up on work, we were ready to stretch our legs. And what better way was there to do that than a 16km bike ride around a [...]