28 Oct

5 Ways to See a Different Side of Thailand in Chiang Mai

There is more to Thailand than beaches and bars. Chiang Mai in the country’s north offers you a chance to experience a different side of Thailand.

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23 Oct

Halloween at the Changzhou Dinosaur Park

The Changzhou Dinosaur Park in Jiangsu province is a fun spin on theme parks, and a good day trip.

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22 Oct

Travel Daydream: Northern Territory, Australia

Australia’s Northern Territory is one of the last frontiers in Australia – a place where you can see the country’s natural beauty in all of its diversity.

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21 Oct

Guest Post: 7 Places to Experience the Real Italy

Italy is more than just Rome, Florence, and Venice. Francesco of the Gadders Project offers seven suggestions for seeing the real Italy.

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20 Oct

Five Road Trip Essentials

The road trip is one of the best ways to travel, but there are some road trip essentials you’ll need to pack. I highlight the 5 most necessary ingredients.

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16 Oct

A Wine Rookie in Wine Country: Broke Fordwich

I came to the Broke Fordwich region as a complete wine novice. I didn’t leave an expert. I left with a newfound appreciation of the region and the craft.

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09 Oct

Going for Broke Fordwich: A Weekend of Wine and Tranquility

The Broke Fordwich region of the Hunter Valley is the ‘tranquil side of the Hunter Valley’. Myself and Roaming Required prepare to put the region to the test.

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08 Oct

Four Years of Aussie on the Road

Aussie on the Road celebrated its fourth birthday recently, and I decided to take a moment to share my favourite posts from the last four years.

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06 Oct

Making Kimchi at the Gwangju Kimchi Festival

While visiting South Korea, I make a detour to my old home in Gwangju to attend the Gwangju Kimchi Festival.

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02 Oct

Five Tips for Coping With Post Trip Depression

I’ve got the post trip blues I’ve been back in Australia for just under two months now, but I’ve only really started to feel settled since coming to my family home in northern NSW. There’s something about unpacking your suitcase into a chest of drawers, setting up your PC, and putting your passport someplace safe […]

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