On Instagram – @weavobe

And Melbourne night is super alive again with White Night!It's a beautiful vibe out here with the city open until all night!!Here, a projection art installation depicting the evolution of Melbourne… From aboriginal land to a sprawling urban artsy city…. Amazing projection video.#whitenight #projection #art #visualart #projectionscreen #melbourne #melbourneiloveyou #seemycity #dontsleep #pursuepretty #kinfolk #thatsdarling #capturingcolour Check out Weavobe on Instagram Posted by Instagrate to WordPress
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On Instagram – @weavobe

That’s out-worldly! Nope, just a regular active marine volcano… White Island is an island volcano sitting 50kms off the northern island of New Zealand. It is an unreal place with fumes rising up in the air… All earth yellow with sulphur and this rugged terrain!That’s our group of adventurers, looking like astronauts walking on the surface of moon!#whiteisland #newzealand #nz #purenz #insta_nature #volcano #wonderful_places #airnz #newzealandphotography #bbctravel #forbestravelguide #gtgi Posted
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On Instagram – @weavobe

Melbourne lights against Melbourne skies!!!Dreamy as the skies are in this city, I could forever camp in this balcony…#skyporn #melbourne #melbourneiloveyou #viewfrombalcony #sky #citylights #seemycity #thatsdarling #pursuepretty #capturingcolour #reflections Posted by Instagrate to WordPress
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The little fishing village of Sommaroy

Six Summer Experiences in Norway

Norway is known for the beautiful Aurora Borealis and the dreamy snow covered hamlets in the peak of its winter. But it is also known for its midnight sun and the long, cheerful summer days. We bring you Six Summer Experiences in Norway to help you plan that summer trip. Experience the bustling Fisketorget (Fish Market) at Bryggen Wharf, Bergen Just beyond the picture perfect row of colourful houses of Bergen is
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Road trips are made of these…

If the world was a sea then we would be the flotsam, drifting endlessly from one continent to the other – between cities and states and countries and territories – never to be stopped until we perish. For the quixotic version of eternity that we spend in each place, we drive. From the Mountains of Montana to the fjords of Norway and from the desolate outback of the Northern Territory to the lush highways of the Garden Route – it has been one delightful journey after another. I hope it never stops. I hope I always find something to reminisce and write about.
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Angkor Wat at dawn. Arrive early to get yourself a nice spot by the reservoir to see the reflection of Angkor Wat as the sun comes up!

Angkor What? – Our pick of temples to visit

We wrote about the magnificent night-life in Siem Reap in our last post. But we all come to Siem Reap for a reason. And that is to marvel at the ancient temples that were built at the height of the Khmer Empire sprawling all over the Angkor Complex and beyond. The spiritual history of the Khmer Empire is somewhat confused. Mahayana Buddhism which originated in 1st Century BCE spread to
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Siem Reap: The merry side of Angkor Wat!

There were no lush green meadows or never ending mountain sides rolling into chattering rivers. No sir. It was the rush of the tropical summer wind, heavy with the impending rains and with it, a thousand dreams. It was the roll of trite vehicles on the dusty streets of a city ensconced in a war-ravaged nation. There was resilience in the air and a spirit of entrepreneurship. Stories of weary travellers from around the world beckoned you to come a bit closer and immerse yourself in this mega-confluence called Siem Reap.
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A throwback to the culinary delights of Peru

Creating food from the lands beyond, is a sure way to barge into the memories from your old journeys. The thing with food is, that your food journey doesn’t necessarily end with your travel; if anything, it is only born there. I find that I take food inspiration from all our travels, whether it is adding a Creole touch to my food by taking inspiration from the cuisine in Seychelles
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To Mildura and Back…

We were in the midst of autumn in the southern hemisphere, when we embarked on a four-day trip to Mildura on the Easter weekend. A few weeks before we had spent three days camping in Gippsland along the Ninety Mile beach and that created an appetite to visit more national parks. After all, this country is known for its rugged outback and the coarse natural beauty that is sprinkled across its vast flat continental plate. As we started planning this trip we knew we had to get away from the hordes of tourists that would no doubt saturate the southern parts of Victoria. We started exploring the map and I thought Mildura would be a great base to visit the Murray Sunset National Park.
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