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Faces of Value: New Zealand's Nod to Icons, Nature and Culture

July 1, 2024 | Read time: 7m 17s

Ever looked closely at the banknotes in your wallet? Beyond the security features and colourful designs, you'll find remarkable individuals gracing each note. From pioneering explorers to champions of social justice, these figures represent the rich history of New Zealand's identity. Join us on a journey as we delve into the lives and achievements of the iconic New Zealanders celebrated on their national currency.

Road Tripping with the Stars

June 25, 2024 | Read time: 8m 0s

There's something undeniably magical about hitting the open road, especially when you can follow in the tyre tracks of your favourite movie characters. 

Guest Post: Why We Booked a Pre-Organised Tour to Canada

June 10, 2024 | Read time: 3m 54s

After two years of living full-time in our motorhome it’s time to try something different. After all, as the saying goes, variety is the spice of life. Which is why we are heading to Canada to follow one of the Alan Rogers Travel Worldwide Caravan and Motorhome Holidays self-guided tours. 

Discover Australia's Red Centre

June 6, 2024 | Read time: 6m 5s

Embark on an unforgettable motorhome journey through Australia's Red Centre, a land of ancient landscapes, rich Aboriginal heritage, and awe-inspiring natural wonders. 

A Traveller's Guide to Wildfire Safety

June 3, 2024 | Read time: 6m 21s

Every year, extreme heat and wildfires threaten people, properties, wildlife and natural landscapes. While this is a global problem, the issue is particularly acute in Australia. Recent above-average temperatures and below-average rainfall make bushfires increasingly likely – elevating fire risks across this vast country. 

Staying Safe in Natural Disasters Abroad

May 27, 2024 | Read time: 17m 22s

As travellers, we seek out destinations with stunning landscapes and diverse climates - usually something completely different from our native country. However, amidst the beauty and diversity lies the potential for natural disasters that can threaten life. These risks are heightened if you're unfamiliar with the area and local weather conditions.

Discovering Historical Railways in Canada by Motorhome

May 9, 2024 | Read time: 5m 9s

As you drive this huge country, you'll come across remnants of its railway history everywhere, when steam trains were the only way to connect far-flung places. It's not just about the historical, though. You'll see epic scenery, learn about different cultures, and appreciate the grit of Canada's early pioneers.

Faces of Value: America's Political Powers & Featured Founding Fathers

April 29, 2024 | Read time: 9m 59s

The United States dollar, the world's primary reserve currency, features a cast of historical figures on its banknotes. These portraits aren't random - presidents dominate the lineup, reflecting their significance in the nation's history. However, a couple of founding fathers, instrumental in the very foundation of the United States, share the spotlight. These carefully chosen faces on America's currency serve as a constant reminder of the nation's heritage and the key figures who brought it to life.

Unearthing Australia's Underground Towns

April 24, 2024 | Read time: 4m 56s

Australia is known for its vast outback, unique wildlife, and vibrant cities, but few know about the fascinating underground towns beneath the surface. These subterranean communities, such as Coober Pedy, offer a glimpse into a world where residents have adapted to extreme temperatures by building their homes, businesses, and even churches underground. Join us as we delve into the history, culture, and tourist attractions of these hidden gems.

Haida Gwaii: Canada's Remote Archipelago

April 18, 2024 | Read time: 6m 33s

Nestled off the coast of Canada's British Columbia, Haida Gwaii is an enchanting archipelago formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands. Ancient rainforests meet the rugged clifftops of the coast, and the rich heritage of the Haida people is woven into every aspect of life here.

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