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High Hopes for Trans-Tasman Travel Bubble

In normal circumstances, you can enjoy visa-free access to New Zealand as an Australian passport holder. But, of course, these are far from ordinary times as the world responds to the recent coronavirus outbreak. The Covid-19 pandemic has seen borders close and, as a result, international travel has come to a temporary standstill. Like most […]

Hong Kong: a Unique Travel Destination

This is a guest post by Daniel Moore Hong Kong is a fascinating travel destination. From its dynamic cultural landscape to a wealth of family-friendly activities, there is something for everyone. Hong Kong may conjure images of modern high-rise buildings and skyscrapers, but look closer and visitors will discover that the city is bursting with […]

lady walking through a arched gate to a temple in Hong Kong

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ESTA Overview: Here’s What Travellers Need to Know

This is a Guest Post by Susan Noel The Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) came into effect in 2008. The system serves as a time and cost-effective alternative to the traditional United States visa. It was designed particularly for citizens of specific countries that are included in the visa waiver program. The United Kingdom […]

5 Ultimate Tips & Tricks For Travelling With Kids 2

This is guest post by David Milsont Travelling with kids is an altogether unique experience, wherein you learn several interesting things apart from enjoying your journey and relishing the beauty of the places that you explore. And you feel really good when you give that much-needed attention to your kids and rest of the family […]

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Arm Chair Travel #35

With Christmas just over a week away I thought we would reflect on last weeks #TheWeeklyPostcard blog posts that were all about Christmas. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. #TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers can share all their travel posts.  You will find travel […]

How travel bloggers are celebrating Chrismas

Arm Chair Travel #34

Last week (2 December 2017) on #TheWeeklyPostcard some of my fellow travel bloggers were experiencing festivals.  Festivals are a fun and unique way to engage with a destination, they provide the opportunity to gain insight into what makes that location special. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is […]

Arm Chair Travel #33

Last week (27 November 2017) on #The WeeklyPostcard a few of my fellow travel bloggers headed off to a couple of our favourite South East Asian family holiday destinations. But before we get started on that let me explain what the #TheWeeklyPostcard is all about. #TheWeeklyPostcard is a place where travel bloggers can share all […]

Black Friday/Cyber Monday #TheWeeklyPostcard 3

For this weeks #TheWeeklyPostcard travel blog link up I’m not doing my usual Arm Chair Travel blog post.  This weekend is the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales.  So I thought I would offer a little history into the sales weekend that seems to have taken hold worldwide. Black Friday is the Friday after the American Thanksgiving, […]