Adventure Sports That You Can Try in New Zealand

New Zealand is undoubtedly the adventure sports capital of the world. If you can think of an adventure sport that you want to try, you can be pretty sure that New Zealand offers it to you.

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New Zealand Travel Advice

If you like the great outdoors, beautiful landscapes, or adrenaline sports, New Zealand is the country for you. This country holds less than 4.5 million people, but is packed with some of the best outdoor activities in the world.

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Queenstown's Adventure Activities

Situated right on the shores of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by spectacular mountains, it’s easy to see why Queenstown, New Zealand is such a popular destination. Along with the beautiful scenery, Queenstown is also world-renowned for its adventure and has plenty of adrenalin based activities to choose from.

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Adrenalin Activities in Europe

When you think of travelling Europe you think of museums, city walks, and restaurants.  But Europe has recently become a hot spot for adrenalin junkies also. For those that want something a little more adventurous, here are some of the most popular activities in Europe that will be sure to get your...

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A Bungy Jumping Lesson in Queenstown, New Zealand

Bungy jumping is all about jumping yourself off a platform with a bungy cord tied around your waist. As you complete the free fall, you find your body moving upward and downward until it finally comes to rest.

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Best Music Festivals for 2013

As summer approaches in the Northern Hemisphere, the warm weather brings the world together through music. From electronic music to folk and indie rock, there are hundreds of upcoming music festivals that will have you dancing all the way through September.

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The Road to Hell; Sapa to Laos

After several days in the mountains of northern Vietnam at the lovely town of Sapa, it was time to turn my attention to Laos. The options were limited; I could head back to Hanoi on the night train and fly or bus it from there, expensive, or I could go...

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Sapa in the Clouds

The heat of south and central Vietnam is oppressive, only the cool of an air-conditioned room can assuage it but what then of seeing the country and the sights you have travelled thousands of miles to see? Well, one has to suck it up and sweat like the rest of...

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Kampot and Kep, Sleepy Towns in the South of Cambodia

Kampot and Kep are sleepy towns in the south of Cambodia, a world away from Phnom Penh and well worth the trip down if only to savor the local delicacy of cracked crabs swimming in Kampot pepper, followed down with a cold Angkor beer!

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Travelling in Search of Paradise?

Travellers in search of paradise will surely find it here in the Andaman Sea; and while you will not be alone, you can however can take a measure of comfort with a cold beer in a breathtaking environment....

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