When travelling from the United Kingdom to Europe, there’s a decision to make. Should I fly or take the train? As you may know, I love to fly, but there is no better no way better to explore Europe than by train! The most famous of all of Europe’s trains has to be the Eurostar. The […]


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#RoamAustralia with Europcar

by Nicole on July 6, 2015

Australia is a land of diverse beauty. While many of us dream of travelling overseas, sometimes I think we underappreciate what’s in our own backyard. From snow and great food in the south to water-based adventures and long lazy afternoons in the North-  Australia has you covered. To celebrate Australia’s beauty, and help you explore more […]


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The Issue with ‘Flying Buses’

by Nicole on June 29, 2015

Last year, flyers and airline industry alike locked horns over The Knee Defender, a device that prevented passengers from reclining their seats; but, 2015 seems to be all about skinnier seats and fattening airlines bottom lines, as more and more news stories are coming out about how airlines are finding ways to cram passengers into […]

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A Day at the Henley Royal Regatta

June 25, 2015
Henley Royal Regatta

If you want to experience Britain at its best then summer is the time to visit. The city gardens are blooming, people enjoy the evenings with friends picnicking in the park or enjoying a meal outdoors, and there are events to suit everyone’s taste across the city. From the Chelsea Flower Show for the green thumbs to a weekend […]

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Tips to Save Money in London

June 25, 2015
London Travel Tips

Brought to you with the help of ANZ Australia Winter is well and truly setting in back in Australia, but many of us are dreaming of heading to Europe to warm up! London is one of those cities that is best visited during the warmer weather but unfortunately with a weak Aussie dollar the conversion to […]

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Only in Taiwan: In Search Of ‘Gayke’ at Shilin Night Market

June 18, 2015
Penis shaped ice block in Taipei, Taiwan

Taiwan is a country whose reputation precedes itself. If you research the country you’ll find all manner of articles and posts on its quirkiness – themed cafes, geopark’s that look like something out of Dr Seuss’ mind, and Hello Kitty retrofitted planes are the norm! But it also has traits akin to many other Asian […]

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A Memory of Elephants in Kaudulla National Park, Sri Lanka

June 11, 2015
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Did you know that a group of elephants is called a herd or, less commonly, a memory? That could get a little confusing when I tell you I found that fact when I was reflecting upon my own memories of getting up close to a memory of elephants in Sri Lanka. I’m not becoming Doctor Seuss, […]

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