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Ubud is one of Bali’s major art and cultural centers and was a welcomed sight for some downtime after our intense hike up Mt Rinjnai on Lombok. We spent two days exploring the boutique street shops, enjoyed some of our best meals and toured the famous rice fields and temples just...

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Did you know New Zealand has an ice luge?? Located in one of the cutest small towns, the Naseby Ice Luge is the first and only natural luge track in the Southern Hemisphere and the training grounds of New Zealand’s national luge athletes. Natural ice luge is a slightly tamer...

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Our holiday in Northland over Christmas turned out to be one of our best trips yet in New Zealand. The weather was incredible, we met some of the nicest people and it was filled with all kinds of unique, hidden gems along the way. The area was full of...

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If there’s one thing that’s been on Jordan’s mountaineering bucket list it was camping up on the crater on Mt Ruapehu. We waited weeks for a good weather window and it finally arrived after a week long cold snap across New Zealand. The snowy week nearly foiled our plans though as...

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It’s not how I envisioned spending my holiday, but somehow I found myself sitting in a cave on a lump of clay counting the shutter releases of my camera every 35 seconds…”213, 214, 215″… listening to the sound of dripping water from the ceiling and the splashing of an...

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Living in New Zealand where there are no native mammals (aside from bats), I was most looking forward to experiencing some of Tasmania’s unique wildlife. Marsupials, or pouched mammals, are most common and range from the famous Tasmania Devil to the now extinct Tasmania Tiger. While many of these mammals are at risk...

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Our first stop during our 10 day adventure in Tasmania was to explore Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park. Hailed as one of the top 10 beaches in the world, Wineglass Bay is known for its white sand and crystal clear blue waters. Surprisingly though, it didn’t get its name from its...

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Mueller Hut has been on our ‘must do’ list for quite a while now. Located at 1800m on the Sealy Range in Mount Cook National Park, it provides 360 degree views of glaciers, ice cliffs, vertical rock faces and New Zealand’s highest peaks. With our newly acquired mountaineering skills,...

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This winter we have partnered with Kathmandu to adventure test their new Winter 15 gear. We have purchased a lot of Kathmandu gear over the last two years, which has served us well on many adventures in New Zealand, so when deciding where to test our gear we wanted...

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The Tasman Peninsula, just south of Hobart in Tasmania is known for it’s rugged eastern coastline located within the beautiful Tasman National Park. Offering dramatic fluted sea cliffs, sea caves to explore, historic shipwrecks and playful wildlife, the day paddle with Roaring 40’s kayaking is touted as the most spectacular in Tasmania....

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