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    Walking on Ice – Fox Glacier in New Zealand

    As you should know by now. I'm all about trying new things and experiencing new adventures. One of my favourite questions I ask people is: when was the last time you did something for the first time? If your answer is ‘I can’t remember’, I really think you should go out there and start to change that – right now! If you do happen to travel to New Zealand in the future and are looking for an out-of-the-ordinary experience and something different to do while you are here: consider booking a Helihike with Fox Glacier Guiding.
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    A Guide to Free Camping in Australia – Wiki Camps App

    Let's put it quite simply: you need WikiCamps for a roadtrip in Australia! It would not be the same without this incredibly useful app! Thankfully when we bought our car, the previous owners invited us to the secret club of WikiCampers. Why secret? Well, because we had never ever heard of this app before - and it is available for Australia, New Zealand, the USA and the UK. Our roadtrip would have cost us so much more had we not known about this as we would have always chosen official camping sites. So, I decided to share this with you all.
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    7 Perfect Destinations for Mindful Travel

    ‘Travellers’ on the other hand, are usually perceived to be more considerate and thoughtful when it comes to exploring the world; they’re grateful for the experiences and aim to leave a (good) lasting impact on the planet. This article looks into mindful travel, the meaning behind it and 7 perfect destinations for mindful travel.
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    What to Pack for a Weekend Away in Autumn

    But what to pack for a short weekend away? For a few days, you’re most likely to only take cabin luggage with you (if you are to fly) and it can be tricky to know what you should actually take with you. I compiled this list of what I usually pack for a weekend away. Since autumn is around the corner, I’ll share my favourite items for those crisp beautiful golden days ahead of us!
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    How travelling the World prepared me for my estranged Father’s Death

    'I'm sorry. It is too late. Your father passed away'. As I hear those words on the other end of the line, I am more than 9000 km away from my home country and I'm trying hard not to faint. After a long pause, I tell the person on the phone that I will book a flight and travel back to Europe immediately. I didn't expect saying this. Nor did I think I would actually go through with my intention. But what surprised me the most was to be struck with symptoms of grief from the very first moment I heard those words. It did not make sense. My father and I were estranged.
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    First impressions of Bangkok – coming from India.

    After five weeks in India, where sensory overload is a daily occurrence, Thailand was a breath of fresh air. Don’t get me wrong – I loved travelling through India – the best local encounters happened there. I have so many wonderful memories – they outweigh the negative aspects by far (noise, people trying to sell you stuff non-stop, Tuk Tuk drivers trying to rip you off etc.). But… I fell in love with Bangkok right from the start.
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