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Posted by Laura on Dec 19, 2014
Packing isn’t exactly the most fun part of a holiday, and it can actually be quite stressful as there are lots of things to remember, and if you happen to forget anything, it can be a bit of a nightmare.
Therefore many people tend to cram their suitcases and hand luggage bags full to the brim, and half the time, it’s stuff we don’t actually end up using. Over packing means you will have an unnecessarily heavy bag, and you could even end up paying a charge at the airport if it is too...
Posted by Alex Pierce on Dec 19, 2014
It was John Lennon of the Beatles who said that ‘life is what happens when you’re making other plans’, and while some may argue with the merits of this statement it certainly makes a solid point. After all, life is meant to be lived and truly experienced, but too many of us go through the motions and find ourselves trapped by inhibitions, routine and the demands of everyday monotony. So ask yourself, if the opportunity arose, would you have the awareness and the courage to drop...
Posted by Laura on Dec 17, 2014
More and more people are ditching the 9-5s, taking a gap year after uni or saving like crazy to go and do some travelling. You no doubt know someone who is or has been travelling, or you may have even thought about doing so yourself. So, why is travelling becoming so popular?
Travelling provides each traveller with such a unique experience that it can be impossible to compare each experience and write a definitive list of why it’s so great, yet we’ve given it a go anyway!
You get to meet...
Posted by Laura on Dec 15, 2014
If you’re planning a long trip with your partner, it can be quite a daunting prospect, as it’s obviously quite an intense experience with just one person, especially if you’re in a relationship!
However, with a few tips and tricks, it can be an incredible experience that you’ll both remember forever…for all the right reasons. Here are some good ones to get you started.
Listen to each other
This may sound a bit obvious, but taking the time to listen to each other’s grumbles and...
Posted by Laura on Dec 12, 2014
Travelling the world or to a few countries is an unforgettable experience that will stay with you for a lifetime. If you’re going it alone, it can be a little daunting, but with a few tips on your side and tricks up your sleeve, it will be great!
1. Have a rough plan before you go
If you’re going alone, it’s advisable to have a really good idea what it is you’re doing before you board your plane. That way, you won’t spend time being lost, unorganised or spending any more money than...
Posted by Margarette L. on Dec 10, 2014
Christmas is winter would be something that you would have to expect when you are planning to have a Kiwi Holiday. There are certainly several perks in running away from colder climate and experiencing how it would be live to be somewhere warmer. Christmas is certainly flip flop/jandals weather here and it is perfect for spending evenings with a cold beer in hand. Here are some of the coolest stops when you are in for a Kiwi Christmas.
Marlborough, South Island
Located at the tip of...
Posted by Margarette L. on Dec 8, 2014
With the holidays drawing nearer by the day, there seems to be an exciting chill in the air which can be attributed to the season. With the change in the season comes a whole new reason to travel. If you are in the United States and you love to explore the best places to go, here are some recommendations:
Located in the State Lines, this is a huge resort which is popular for the variety of the terrain and the sweeping views; you will certainly have a lot of...