Taking a road trip across Australia can be one of the biggest adventures of your life, just keep a few tips in mind to be sure you arrive home safely.
The Blue Mountains have long been the source of great mysticism for both the people of Australia and visitors from around the world. Despite a European presence existing in the country long before, it would take centuries for the European settlers to learn of the passages through the mountain range now commonly toured by visitors, as it was long believed simply to be impassable. The official crossing through the Blue Mountains by the European settlers is said to have cemented the colonization of Australia and is a major event in the rich history of New South Wales.
Summer will soon be upon us (fingers crossed) and with some careful planning, you can a summer getaway to remember. And what better way to explore Europe than on the train; it’s fast and efficient and with a rail pass, it’s also incredibly good value.
Perth is the largest and capital city of the Australian state of Western Australia with an area of 5,386 square kilometers.
Driving around Australia is no easy task. Important things you need to do when you are taking a road trip in the kangaroo nation.
How to travel around Australia in a quick and easy manner
China has long captivated travellers from around the world; think fascinating ancient culture, an abundance of traditional Chinese architecture and amazingly authentic food. From bustling Beijing with glitzy shopping malls, nonstop traffic and bright neon signs to cosmopolitan Shanghai, with skyscrapers and temples standing side by side.
Marrakech has seen a massive surge in popularity from tourists wanting to explore the magical North African country of Morocco. If you’re planning a trip to Marrakech, here are the absolute must-sees.
Fed up with sitting in traffic everyday up with sitting in traffic everyday and looking at the same uninspiring views? Driving can be a dull business when it is a necessity rather than a pleasure. Try some of these locations for the ride of your life.
Many of the best bars in Melbourne are intimate watering holes tucked away in the shadows of side streets or nestled on the rooftops of businesses. These hidden gems may be difficult to find, but navigating the maze of streets and asking for directions from nearby residents will be worth the trouble when the weary traveler is rewarded with some of the best drinks available in the city. Here are some of the top bars kept secret in the streets of Melbourne.