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Recommended Packing List, From a Professional Traveller

Written on July 28, 2018 in Random Musings

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Top 15 Places to go for a Drink in Sacramento

Written on July 22, 2018 in California

I’ve spent more nights out in midtown Sacramento than I’d like to admit but I don’t even remember all of them. I’m a fan of a places that offer good drinks, atmosphere, and pizzazz. I’m not a big fan of clubs so those types of places are not on the list. There’s so many memorable...

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How to Avoid Getting your Stuff Stolen While Traveling

Written on July 15, 2018 in Random Musings

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Milford Sound

Must Dos in Every Region of New Zealand

Written on July 11, 2018 in New Zealand

Oh New Zealand. Such fond memories made here… Probably my favorite country so far. There’s so much to do and so much to see here I don’t know how where to start. Just kidding. I know exactly where you start. Unless you arrived by boat, you start in Auckland like 99% of the people who...

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My Favorite Spots in the Philippines

Written on July 1, 2018 in Asia

The Philippines was my first international travel destination (besides Mexico) and is still near the top of my list of my favorite countries. Beginning my gap year in March 2017, the weather could not have been better for a visit to the white sandy beaches of the Philippines. When we first arrived we planned two...

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Freedom Camping Around New Zealand

Written on June 28, 2018 in New Zealand

Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer or offering legal advice. I am simply offering my own interpretation of the Freedom Camping Act of 2011 and I will not be held accountable for any infringements to New Zealand laws from advice offered in this article. If you have any questions regarding New Zealand laws contact the...

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How to Spend Meaningful Time in the Cook Islands

Written on June 16, 2018 in Cook Islands

Learn from my mistakes and just follow this simple guide to effectively enjoy your time in the Cook Islands. I had never heard of the Cook Islands before last year and chances are, you’ve never heard of them either. The Cook Islands are chain of 15 small islands in the South Pacific in free association...

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Working in New Zealand with a Working Holiday Visa

Written on June 16, 2018 in New Zealand

As my friends and family are well aware of from my social media posts, I’ve been living in and traveling New Zealand since October 2017 while on a Working Holiday Visa. In this post I’m going to detail my experience with this Visa type and overall tips for finding work around New Zealand in hopes...

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Video: Bungy Jumping in Queenstown, New Zealand

Written on June 14, 2018 in New Zealand

Regardless of how you spell “bungee” in English, Kiwi’s spell it “bungy” and Kiwi A. J. Hackett is the one credited with the first publicly commercialized bungy. This is my experience bungy jumping from the very first commercialized bungy site, the Kawarau Bridge, and is in no way a paid endorsement. (Although feel free to...

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