• Everything you Need to See in Quebec

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 21 June 2017

    Although much smaller than neighbouring city Montreal, Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec and packs a lot in to a small area, making it an absolute delight to visit as a foreigner. Typically visitors come to Quebec city for 2-3 nights, which may seem like a reasonable amount of time given the small nature of the city, but you'll soon discover there is more than enough to keep you busy during your time here! Here's the WOW "Quebec City Guide" to help you make the most of your time in Quebec City

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  • From Buenos-Aires to Riode Janeiro with Contiki

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 20 June 2017

    As my last unexplored continent (aside from Antarctica), it should go without saying that I was giddy with excitement when the opportunity to travel to South America for my first time arrived. It would be a trip of firsts, as I would also be experiencing my first ever Contiki. For those who don't know (though I'm sure you're few and far between), Contiki is a travel company arranging group tours for people aged between 18-35. Contiki is therefore a great opportunity to meet and travel with like minded people around the same age, and a great way to break up solo travel by joining a group, as I did for 10 days travelling from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro with Contiki.

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  • Visiting the Angkor Wat Temples

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 16 June 2017

    Visiting historical sites around the world has been one of my greatest pleasures from travelling. Being fond of world history (particularly European history), I have always thoroughly enjoyed the chance to feel as if I have walked through a time machine, and stepped out in another life, another world, another existence. Such is the case when you visit the great temples of Southeast Asia. Even more so than my trips to European countries, as I was not stepping back only hundreds of years, but all the way back to 802 AD. Unfathomable.

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  • A Quick Guide to Strasbourg

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 15 June 2017

    On a mission to find the prettiest and most charming towns in France, it was inevitable that our itinerary would soon lead to Strasbourg. Located close to the border between France and Germany in the Alsace region, Strasbourg is a unique bled between the two influences in a range of ways, but most noticeably in architectural and culinary influences. If you're visiting Strasbourg for the first time, here is everything you need to know to make the most of your stay (or if you've just come here for inspiration, prepare to be inspired!)

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  • The Old Town & Prague Astronomical Clock

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 14 June 2017

    Prague; the city so beautiful that it was spared by Hitler… or so the story goes. Prague is a living and breathing enigma; old and dirty but somehow unimaginably graceful. Home to some of the best-kept architecture in all of Europe, Prague's charm has lived through aggressive wars, hence remaining to attract hoards of tourists year in and year out.

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  • A Quick Guide to Vienna

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 12 June 2017

    Not only is Vienna the capital of Austria, but it is also the unrivalled cultural hub of all things Austrian: cafe culture, a dedication to the Opera, impressive art collections, and stunning architecture. It is perhaps little surprise that the historic centre of Vienna has been UNESCO World Heritage Listed, given its unique insight into imperialism throughout the various empires.

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  • Visiting Gaya Island in Malaysia

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 11 June 2017

    Throughout my travels in Malaysia I stopped at different points of interest for different reasons. First there was Kuala Lumpur, I city I have heard so fondly spoken of thanks to its' friendly locals and incredible food scene. Oh, and the shopping is great! Then I visited Cameron Highlands to experience tea plantations and strawberry fields (and cater to my undying love for both of these). Now for my third stop in Malaysia I find myself on an exotic island that could quite literally be anywhere in the world thanks to its feeling of remoteness. Here's how I spent my few days visiting Gaya Island in Malaysia (and a good little honeymoon idea for anyone searching for a spot off the grid!)

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  • 5 Things you must do in Hong Kong

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 10 June 2017

    In a city as big and busy as Hong Kong, it can be difficult to know where to start let alone where it should all end. But you don't want to leave Hong Kong without ticking a few (okay, 20) must see sights and must visit attractions off your list... so be sure to print it out and take it with you because here are 20 things you must do in Hong Kong, no matter how long your visit!

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  • 48 hours in Melbourne with World of Wanderlust

    Posted by Brian Corbett on 8 June 2017

    I've always liked the idea of arriving in a city with nothing planned. No hotel booked, no fixed plan to get to myself into the city, and no idea what I'll do when I get there. So when lastminute threw me a challenge to live life spontaneously with a whirlwind getaway to Melbourne using a good old-fashioned Magic 8 Ball, their site and of course all of your recommendations to make my decision for me, I was game!

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