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The%20Complete%20Guide%20to%20The%20South%20West%20Rocks%20Dive%20(NSW,%20Australia):%20Fish%20Rock%20Cave%20and%20Grey%20Nurse%20SharksThe Complete Guide to The South West Rocks Dive (NSW, Australia): Fish Rock Cave and Grey Nurse Sharks

The Complete Guide to The South West Rocks Dive (NSW, Australia): Fish Rock Cave and Grey Nurse Sharks

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The town of South West Rocks first came on my radar when I saw a Facebook video of a school of hammerhead sharks. Say what?! SCHOOLS …

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The%20Epic%20Outback%20Sydney%20to%20Broken%20Hill%20Road%20Trip%20Itinerary:%209%20Days%20through%20Dust%20and%20Magic%20SunsetsThe Epic Outback Sydney to Broken Hill Road Trip Itinerary: 9 Days through Dust and Magic Sunsets

The Epic Outback Sydney to Broken Hill Road Trip Itinerary: 9 Days through Dust and Magic Sunsets

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When most of your friends are adventurers, group chat messages are more about the places we want to see next rather than a new bar opening …

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The%20Best%20Inner%20West%20Breweries:%20Discover%20The%20Coolest%20Craft%20Beer%20Bars%20in%20Sydney,%20AustraliaThe Best Inner West Breweries: Discover The Coolest Craft Beer Bars in Sydney, Australia

The Best Inner West Breweries: Discover The Coolest Craft Beer Bars in Sydney, Australia

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Hopping between the best inner west breweries, trying out Sydney’s best craft beers and ciders, is one hell of a good afternoon! For me enjoying beer is highly related to the circumstances I’m drinking it and these cool craft beer bars did the trick for me. I would not expect you to trust my beer tasting pallet though, so I tagged along on an inner west brewery tour and my resident beer tasting panel, aka the other guests on the tour, most definitely approved of a good Sunday Bevvie. In this article, we discover the best inner west breweries that are serving Sydney’s best craft beers in a beautiful setting.

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The%20Ultimate%20Bali%20Itinerary:%2010%20Days%20For%20All%20The%20Must-VisitsThe Ultimate Bali Itinerary: 10 Days For All The Must-Visits

The Ultimate Bali Itinerary: 10 Days For All The Must-Visits

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it’s time for most visitors main attraction: Bali. Read on to find my ideal Bali Itinerary for 10 days. Why only 10 days? Well, because I want to encourage you to visit the other islands such as Java, Lombok, and Flores as well!

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Itinerary%20for%20Labuan%20Bajo,%20Flores,%20Indonesia%204d3n:%20Komodo%20National%20Park%20Diving,%20%20Komodo%20Dragons%20and%20more!Itinerary for Labuan Bajo, Flores, Indonesia 4d3n: Komodo National Park Diving,  Komodo Dragons and more!

Itinerary for Labuan Bajo, Flores, Indonesia 4d3n: Komodo National Park Diving, Komodo Dragons and more!

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When people visit Indonesia, you will find that the majority will have been to Bali. The beauty of this amazing country, however, is more than just Bali. It can be found in the difference of the variety of islands. Meaning that you should to extend your trip beyond the well-known and well travelled island of Bali and head to, among others, Flores, my favorite island in Indonesia. Anybody and everybody that has asked me for travel advice on Indonesia, or South East Asia for that matter, has heard one word, Flores. I spent little over a week on this volcanic, friendly and internet-challenged island with its human eating Komodo dragons and the best dive sites and completely fell in love.

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Thakhek%20Loop%20and%20Pakse%20Loop:%20The%20Most%20Complete%20Guide%20to%20Laos’%20Motorcycle%20Loops%20with%20Itinerary%20(Updated%202019)Thakhek Loop and Pakse Loop: The Most Complete Guide to Laos’ Motorcycle Loops with Itinerary (Updated 2019)

Thakhek Loop and Pakse Loop: The Most Complete Guide to Laos’ Motorcycle Loops with Itinerary (Updated 2019)

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The wind is blowing in your neck, your favorite road trip tunes are blasting in your ear and you pass one rice paddy after the other. You’re in the midst of a motorcycle loop somewhere in the countryside of Laos. Giving your bike that extra bit of speed, you realize these Asian bikes do not have any speed limitations. So you have a little fun…70, 80, 90 km’s an hour, oops that might have been a bit too much. Every now and again a beaten old truck passes you, honking because you’re one of the few tourists coming this way. Same goes for the kids living in the local villages, running to the side of the road and waving wildly. Waving back at them, you try to keep the bike straight. Why did they put the throttle on the right side of the steering wheel? That doesn’t matter though because you’re on one of the greatest motorcycle loops in Laos.

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