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19 Actual Complaints Received by Thomas Cook
I came across this list recently and thought I would share it here as some of these are ridiculous complaints for people to make while on holiday. The person in charge in Thomas Cooks complaints department must have a lot of random emails as people look for money back from their trip or are just plain stupid! 1. “I think...
Abel Tasman National Park Kayak Tour
After battling through the miserable West Coast of New Zealand, we broke through a passage of mountains to encounter azure blue skies and tropical weather (compared to Queenstown in winter). Long days driving next to a misty violent sea being beaten by perpetual rain, were at the end greeted by the visceral magnificence of Abel Tasman National Park.     The area...
There will come a day when you need to leave the beautiful island of Koh Tao and move on in to go back to Bangkok or carry on to another destination. Some people like to get as far as Bangkok and stay for a night to break up the journey, but we decided to go all the way to Chiang...
 In the latest addition of my Interesting Interviews section where I feature other travel bloggers from around the world I caught up with Kristy - creative writer behind the exciting travel blog, “The Globetrotting Canuck”   After realizing her passion for travel long ago on a trip to Paris, Kristy soon started to imagine all the places she would one day hope...
Island Life In Thailand
  This article is an insight into island life in Thailand based on my experience on Koh Tao, Thailand. When you live on a tropical island, there are a whole lot of things you didn’t expect or think would be a part of daily life.. Koh Tao is well established on the South East Asia backpacker trail and very busy with tourists...
waterfalls in catlans new zealand.
The South East corner of New Zealand’s South Island is a vast expanse of grassland waiting to be explored. The mountains have turned into rolling hills that bob up and down amongst the valleys. We visited on a mid-winters day and were welcomed by calm breezes and warm sunshine. There was still some frost on roads due to the...

Interview – Nomadic Samuel

I recently caught up with traveller, photographer, videographer, and all round cool dude Mr.Nomadic Samuel aka Samuel Jeffery. He is a Canadian vagabond who has been travelling the world for six years, three of which were spent in Korea. With 26 countries travelled so far, his plan is to keep up the nomadic lifestyle and travel for many more years. Samuel...
The 10 Most Dangerous Airlines In The World 2013
I decided to share the The 10 Most Dangerous Airlines in the World 2013 with all you guys so you can be scared shitless the next time you fly with one of these airlines. Flying is a wonderful thing, but the reality is that you put full control of your life into someone else's hands and there is absolutely nothing...
In my latest interview I caught up with two Italian travellers, Mark and Stefy of Born2Travel.it. Mark is in the Italian Military Air Force and Stefania is an educator who works with children with disabilities, foreigners and in a psychiatric area. Her real passion is Africa. Stefy has volunteered at a school in Kenya, since then, every time she goes back to Africa...
koh tao booze cruise
  This is a video of the Spicy Tao Booze Cruise in Koh Tao, Thailand. A group of 25 of us staying in the hostel sailed out from in front of Lotus Bar in a long-tail boat. We then boarded a bigger dive boat for a party on the ocean around the beautiful island of Koh Tao. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qls-MvbFPxk&w=560&h=315] The trip cost 500...

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