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WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD!

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Where we’ve explored so far (on a map)…

Places to inspire you …

Belize absolutely lives up to its reputation as a tiny albeit incredible tropical paradise. Without any expectations, we found our way here crossing between the north-east of Guatemala to the turquoise waters of Mexico's Yucatan peninsular and were captivated by the melting pot of Creole, Mayan and remnants of colonial British culture....

Croatia – coastline of heaven and land of kings. Tourism in Croatia has really kicked up a notch over the last few years and there are no surprises why. This Balkan gem’s perfect mix of Mediterranean climate, jaw-droppingly beautiful 526km cliff coastline and foodie-heaven status, has catapulted it into one of the most in demand destinations in Europe....

Ahhh, Cuba!! Each and every time somebody asks what our favourite country we've travelled to, "CUBA!" gets blurted out without any hesitation - by both of us. It really is one of our FAVOURITE destinations. ...

It really would take an entire lifetime just to visit let alone get to know each of Indonesia's beautiful and culturally diverse islands. From its most famous Bali to populated Java, to nature's sanctuary Borneo to distant and wonderful Flores - travelling Indonesia's archipelago really felt like entering a new and exotic country with each island hop....

Heading to Israel, all we knew was that: 1. The food was going to be ridiculous good (let’s be honest, this was probably one of the biggest factors in our final decision to go!), 2. the history and culture would be incredibly deep and complex, and 3. that we had no idea at all what to expect. This was all true....

If you are looking for a real-life, live-in zoo, one of the few places in the world where you’ll get the real experience is in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. The National Park stretches its boundaries between three beautiful African nations – South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. With thousands of species of birds, game and big cats, Kruger is where you could see the only wild white lions, leopards, rhinos and whole lot of giraffes all in one day....

Españaaaaah! This is more of a work in progress than a reflection of a time gone by. We write this as we housesit a stunning permaculture alpaca, olive and almond farm between the border of Catalunya and Aragon. We are currently gazing at the pink-hued mountains which overshadow the Ebro River which draws the border between the two states. With another 6 or so months ahead of us, we’ll keep adding to our highlights and memories. For now, the amount of time which we have had the fortune of soaking in this Sangria haven, we would be satisfied even if we had to leave tomorrow (luckily, we don’t have to just yet)!...

Sri Lanka was all that I dreamed of, and some. I felt so welcomed and safe throughout my entire trip. More excitedly, there were so many untouched, secluded beaches where I could watch wild sea turtles splash in the waves. I ended up coming into contact with so much exotic wildlife, that I couldn’t believe my eyes. This beautiful island nation is small, which really made it easy to discover so many sides to it, but in saying that – the landscapes in this tiny paradise are also incredibly diverse. From the scorching hot sun on the sandy beaches, to the humid green rainforests, to the temperate colonial cities and the inland mountains, where a jumper is seriously needed after nightfall. The nation is also pretty well connected – there are trains, buses, taxis and tuk tuks waiting to take you to wherever you need to be. ...

If there is a place to start in Australia – it would have to be Tasmania! This tiny island packs a real punch – it is like a fun size version of Australia, only with more fun. You can find real untouched forests (about one-third of the island is National Park), spectacular and uncrowded beaches (woo!), plus you’ll see more Australian wildlife that you have ever seen in your life (put together). To add to the mix, Tassie is easily driveable and has endless free (or really cheap) campsites throughout nature, many with facilities you could only dream of. ...