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See the World with a Backpack and a Smartphone

This is a guest post brought to you by Jesse Cadena from XLTravelBlog.   For the past few decades, backpacking has been the go-to travel method for people who enjoy walking and who travel on a budget. Especially in Europe there is a well-established culture of backpacking, but there is a now a newcomer to this […]

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Reality Check: the trouble with travel blogging

Are you a travel blogger or thinking about starting your own travel blog? It’s not as easy as it looks! Read on for a reality check and some good advice from one of my favourite bloggers… If you are a regular reader of the WayfaringPanda.com then you’ll notice that I’ve been a little absent of […]

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5 Things to Avoid in Bali

1. Riding a Motorbike While it is a really fun and easy way to get around and explore the island, many travellers end up with devastating injuries as a result of coming off a motorbike in Bali. The locals seem to have little concern for road safety and some roads can get pretty crowded and […]

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New Kid on the Blog!

Sound like a very bad 80’s boy bad? Maybe… but this post is about a new travel blog. Yes, that’s right, another site to contribute to the already saturated world of travel blogs on the inter-web. Aren’t there already thousands of people out there blogging about their travel experiences? So what makes this site any different? […]

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Getting Mugged for Bananas in Bali

I consider myself to be a relatively smart traveller. I have never been mugged before. I normally take all the right precautions. I always carry the equivalent of US$20 into my sock – just in case. I carry a ‘fake’ wallet to hand to thieves if they target me. And I am generally very aware […]

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Getting Intimate at Karma Beach Club

Picture this… You’re lounging on a private cabana at an intimate secluded beach cove, surrounded by turquoise blue waters and coral reef. You order some freshly caught seafood for lunch while lying back and soaking up some rays. You decide to take a dip in the ocean, or try your hand at stand-up paddle boarding. […]

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Laneways: the Lifeblood of Melbourne

If the Bourke Street Mall is the heart of Melbourne, then the laneways and arcades are the arteries and veins that carry lifeblood throughout the city. Melbourne’s laneways are synonymous with the city’s reputation for arts and culture. From random characteristic street art to mysterious local drinking holes (bars), there is so much to discover […]

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