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8 Stunning NSW Beaches That Aren’t Bondi Or Byron
  • by Lachy Gordon
  • Jan 18th, 2017
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If I had a penny for every time I heard a traveller say they checked out Byron Bay and Bondi Beach, ignoring other Aussie Beaches, I think I'd almost have a full dollar. It’s time to stop the nonsense and start appreciating the less-beaten, and arguably more spectacular NSW beaches. While some of the beauty of these beaches lies in the lack of attention th

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8 Tips To Help You Travel Like A Boss
  • by John McMahon
  • Jan 5th, 2017
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As the majority of us hail from God’s country, we know all too well that there are very few places we can get to by plane in under 4 hours.If consistently ridiculous long-haul flights are the only price we have to pay for the privilege, we’ll cop it. Meanwhile, we may as well nail the international travel game down to a fine art in the hope to miti

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Next Time in LA: Cruise the Pacific Coast Highway in a Mustang Convertible
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 27th, 2016
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LA is LA. In many ways, the initials speak for themselves. Some may like it, with its grandiose associations and booming metropolis. Others, like myself, aren’t its number one fan.So, when faced with a quick two-day trip to the City of Angels, I decided to change it up from my usual go-to digs and head out to Santa Monica. Don’t get me wrong, it’s

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The Award-Winning Travel Clip That Will Make You Want To See The World
  • by Lachy Gordon
  • Dec 27th, 2016
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As holiday season is upon us and we search for new travel inspiration, we turned to one of the finest clips we've ever come across. So Merry Christmas, here's your next dose of travel inspiration. With the rugged Andes mountain range, vast deserts, golden coastlines, all combined with a touch of cinematographic wizardry, this phenomenal travel clip will mak

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10 James Bond Locations You Can Easily Add to Your Next Trip
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 21st, 2016
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Globe-trotting British agent James Bond has travelled the world over on 24 official outings as Her Majesty's top spy. More often than not, his escapades are more achievable that you'd commonly think, with countless destinations scattered across every corner of the world.These are just a few of our top spots from the biggest film franchise in the worl

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These Are The World’s Most Powerful Passports
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 16th, 2016
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We love seamless travel here at Boss Hunting. Quite often we have huge flight times only to be met by an unenthusiastic immigration official at our destination making us wish we'd picked the other line. You'd be surprised how much your country's passport can influence the minds of any official in that first second when you hand it over.In collaboration w

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The 5 Best Cliff Jumping Spots In Australia
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Dec 12th, 2016
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Presented by Pulsar, Official Watch Partner of the Supercars ChampionshipWith the Aussie summer around the corner about to light up this country, let’s get to the drawing board and start making some solid adventure plans. Luckily for us, life is cool, nature is stunning and Australia is endowed with an abundance of natural swimming holes and cliff jump

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The First Non-Stop Perth To London Flight is Coming in 2018
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 11th, 2016
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There has been much speculation surrounding which route Qantas would choose for their slick new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, and it seems that we now know the outcome of the drawn-out debate.As of early 2018, Qantas will kick off a non-stop Perth-London flight that will clock in at a huge 17.5 hours in length. When launched, it will rank as the world's

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Pacifico: Watch Two Aussies Spend 2 Years Driving 50,000KM Through South America
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Dec 7th, 2016
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In 2013, two Melbourne mates Christian Gibson and Chris Gooley, set out on the adventure of a lifetime with the grand ambition of driving from San Francisco to Patagonia. Chronicling their adventures along the way, the pair passaged through Mexico, El Salvador, Nicaragua, The Galapagos Islands, Chile and Peru covering some 50,000km in total.https://vim

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Primus Hotel Sydney – Inside The Harbour City’s Newest Five Star Digs
  • by Jack Slade
  • Dec 5th, 2016
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The Hotel: Primus Hotel SydneyThe Location:  339 Pitt St, Sydney, NSWThe Vibe: Art-Deco ChicThe Rate: From $279 p/nUp in Sydney for a few meetings, we were offered the chance to spend a night at Sydney's newest five star hotel, the Primus Hotel on Pitt St.Walking into the nondescript entrance to the hotel, it's hard to know what expe

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Exploring Volcanoes In The Philippines With Ford
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Dec 1st, 2016
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Above Video: Antonio Castiglia + Oliver Pether  Music: Akay (@thisisakay) 'Forever In My Mind' - Facebook + Twitter  Extra Gear Provided By: The North Face (@thenorthface_aunz) - Facebook + InstagramFirstly I'd like to disclose that  I'm no car expert. When Ford invited Boss Hunting to test out their SUV's in the Philippines, I was pondering

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Bucket List Destination: Wake Up With the Jungle in Tikal, Guatemala
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 9th, 2016
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We got off the tourist bus from Belize City after pulling into what we were told was El Remate, the closest town to Tikal National Park. It wasn’t. It was neither close nor was it El Remate.The bus hurriedly sped off, leaving a cloud of dust in its wake, blinding us temporarily. We stood there with our bags in hand, in the middle of rural Guatemala, wo

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Cuba is Calling and Your Time is Running Out
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 8th, 2016
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If you don’t even read past these first few sentences, just take away two things. First, don’t assume anything in Cuba, nothing.Expect the unexpected and embrace it. That’s why you’re there in a sense, that’s why you’re considering a trip to the world’s most intriguing, time-locked country. If you knew it was going to be smooth sailing the

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Eat. Rave. Golf. Repeat. Your Sydney Pre Summer Guide
  • by Lachy Gordon
  • Nov 7th, 2016
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Cover image via @donslens This article is the third of a three-part series with Destination NSW in the lead-up to next month’s Emirates Australian Golf Open. Check out parts one and two.A big squad of us will be hitting Sydney this month. We’ll be drinking, eating, sleeping, raving, golfing and repeating. We’ve sussed out a few good options and th

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Watch this Stunning Hyperlapse of Shanghai by JT Singh
  • by Julia Reymond
  • Oct 28th, 2016
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A while ago we shared a spectacular flow motion film 'Dubai Like You've Never Seen Before' and now, super talented urbanist and media artist, JT Singh, has released Shanghai Forever, a visually stunning story of the residents, jobs, neighbourhoods, cuisine and infrastructure that are at the core of this truly global city.The film zooms in through th

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The Secret Sydney Porsche Experience You’ve Never Heard of
  • by Lachy Gordon
  • Oct 17th, 2016
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This article is the second of a three-part series with Destination NSW in the lead-up to next month’s Emirates Australian Golf Open.When I received an invitation to drive a few old-school Porsches through Sydney’s iconic Royal National Park and along the stunning coastline of southern NSW, I almost had to read it twice. In the following 3-4 seconds,

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LuxGolf: The Golden Ticket to Australia’s Exclusive Private Courses
  • by Lachy Gordon
  • Oct 11th, 2016
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This article is the first of a three-part series with Destination NSW in the lead-up to next month’s Emirates Australian Golf Open.I was picked up in a Porsche Cayenne. What a top way to start the day, I thought, not to mention a great way to kick off this article.Here at Boss Hunting, we're pretty big on golf. If we had a penny for every time we h

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Eat, Drink, Travel Across The Globe: Is This The World’s Greatest Job?
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Oct 10th, 2016
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If your idea of eating, drinking, and talking your way around the world sounds like the job you were born to have, then we've got some very good news for you.In order to showcase their Reserve spirits (Johnnie Walker Blue Label, Ketel One Vodka, CÎROC, Don Julio, etc.) the guys at Diageo have launched a global search to find a host of their new t

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Boating In Capri: Among The Superyachts
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Oct 5th, 2016
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Travelling to the Island of Capri in Italy without tens of thousands of dollars is very limiting. It is the holiday place of the rich, an ocean retreat just off the coast of Naples. That's not to say that the general population doesn't visit there. Arriving at the dock of Marina Grande, you're immersed in the bustle of tourists. A mix of British, American an

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Man Date: Melbourne & Sydney’s Best Restaurants For The Boys
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Sep 21st, 2016
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Australia, we have a mateship issue. A recent report shows Aussie men are losing the battle for the simple pleasures that bring Aussie men together - notably kicking back and relaxing with your mates.Men are no longer enjoying as much down time with their friends as they once did, with the report revealing that one in three (35%) are spending less quali

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Casey Neistat Shows Us What It’s Like To Fly Emirates First Class
  • by Jack Slade
  • Sep 21st, 2016
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If you don't already watch Casey Neistat's daily vlog, we highly recommend you get started, the man is a content producing machine, chronicling his awesome adventures with some of the best production value you'll see on YouTube.Earlier this week when flying back to New York from Sydney, Neistat was upgraded from Business to First on Emirates for the DXB-

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Robbie McEwan Talks To Us About The Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Sep 20th, 2016
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If you’ve already nearly drunk yourself into an early grave on a Contiki Tour across Europe and are looking for something a bit different to do for your next holiday, then take a look at the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge in New Zealand.The Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge has around 7,500 riders take part annually and is best known for its iconic 160km Round t

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Exploring Friuli Venezia Giulia: The Untouched Italy
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Sep 14th, 2016
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As part of their partnership with the 2016 Lavazza Italian Film Festival, our friends at Fiat headed back to their Italian roots earlier this month, collaborating with film director Ruth Borgobello of ‘The Space Between’ (premiering at the festival). The journey saw Fiat explore their Italian roots in Friuli Venezia Giulia - a largely undiscovered

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Marseille Calanques: The Stunning Other Side Of The French Riviera
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Sep 5th, 2016
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On a recent trip to the South of France, I decided to visit somewhere that does not receive much coverage. Whilst Cannes and St Tropez always steal the spotlight, I was craving some natural scenery as change. On a crisp Sunday morning (still around 23 degrees at 6am) I walked down to train station in Nice, where I was staying. I quickly booked a local train

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Take Yourself On Holiday With Emily Ratajowski
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Aug 31st, 2016
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If you don't already follow Emily Ratajowski on Instagram, we highly suggest you get to it stat. While her photos are usually pretty sexy (hard not to be when 90% of them are of her), this week she's been in the Greek Islands and taken things up a notch. Prepare to be very jealous of both her holiday and any man who's ever shared a bed with her.https://

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You’ve Never Seen Uluru Like This Before
  • by Julia Reymond
  • Aug 31st, 2016
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Check out this mesmerising video captured by the first drone to ever operate under permit inside Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The footage offers a unique up-close-and-personal view of the 600 million year old monolith globally recognised as one of the world's great natural wonders.If you've never had the privilege of seeing Uluru in the flesh, or li

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Mick Fanning And Mason Ho Find Cold Waves In ‘Comfortably Numb’
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Aug 11th, 2016
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Alaska. The final frontier. In the latest episode of Rip Curl’s Search series aptly titled Comfortably Numb, Aussie Mick Fanning and American Mason Ho head to the frozen north of the North American Continent in search of waves created by calving glaciers. Opening up on time away from competitive obligations and the roller coaster year that was 2015, Mick'

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City Guide: 72 Hours In Berlin
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Aug 10th, 2016
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So you've heard the hype about the brilliant city that is Berlin and have decided to spend a long weekend in the German capital. Not sure where to start? We asked our mates at Doppel (Berlin's Curated Search Engine) what they'd do if they had 72 hours in the city. Needless to say, they came back with the goods. Friday Afternoon (Touch Down) 14:00 The f

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Matthew Vandeputte Makes The Most Incredible Timelapses You’ve Ever Seen
  • by Jack Slade
  • Aug 8th, 2016
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Sydney based Belgian photographer Matthew Vandeputte has one of the coolest jobs in the world, travelling around the globe taking timelapse videos for music festivals and corporate clients. In his spare time he takes timelapses of the world around him - and needless to say, they're incredible. Check out some of our favourites below, if you like what you se

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9 Of The Most Incredible Rooftop Bars In The World
  • by Jack Slade
  • Jul 11th, 2016
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When a kid turns 21, he views a bar as a place to get drunk with his friends without worrying about the hangover. But eventually, he starts to realise that each bar carries a different atmosphere. Soon it becomes a place where he enjoys hanging out while having a leisurely drink. And the best kind of bars are undeniably rooftop bars.It doesn't matter if

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This Is How Budget Airlines Work
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Jun 15th, 2016
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If you fly even semi regularly, it's likely you've flown on a budget airline before.  For most young leisure travellers, cost is the 'be all end all' when it comes to air travel, so budget airlines invariably take the cake when it comes to booking.But have you ever wondered when booking a €10 flight from London to Copenhagen, "how the hell do these gu

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You Can Rent David Copperfield’s Private Island For $59,000 A Night
  • by Jack Slade
  • Jun 1st, 2016
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Arguably the world's most famous living illusionist, American magician David Copperfield bought the Bahamian island of Musha Cay nearly 10 years ago for around US$50m, with the intention of making it “most magical vacation destination in the world”.After dropping another $40m and five years worth of renovations into the 280 hectare island, Copp

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A Week Skiing In France With Club Med
  • by Jack Slade
  • May 16th, 2016
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Those who know me know that skiing has long been one of my favourite things to do, so when I woke up on a Monday morning to an email inviting me to an ‘instameet’ comprising a week’s skiing in France with Club Med, it took me about 5 groggy seconds to reply with an emphatic yes.Fast forward two months and I was jumping on a plane to Geneva (approxi

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48 Hours In Tokyo With Gucci: Our Guide
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Apr 28th, 2016
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We recently traveled to the Japanese capital and fashion hub for the unveiling of Gucci Guilty Eau’s new fragrance for him & her, and because Tokyo is one of our favourite cities on the map.What’s on offer? An eclectic mix of food, fashion and street culture combined with the industrial efficiency and unparalleled infrastructure so unique to Japa

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Bucket List Destination: World’s Highest Bungee Jump
  • by John McMahon
  • Apr 1st, 2016
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There are only so many things around the world that can be the fastest, longest, bigger and highest. To be able to say in a casual bar conversation that you've conquered the highest bungee in the world is an opportunity you cannot pass up.As far as crazy shit goes this is way up there, and still within the limits of your normal average Joe. You don’t h

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The Beginners Guide To Travel Hacking: Never Fly Economy Again
  • by Jack Slade
  • Feb 22nd, 2016
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The thing about flying is that it's usually pretty expensive.  I mean it makes sense - it takes a lot of people and resources to get a 560,000 kg chunk of metal flying through the air at over 800km/h.  What most people don't realise is that it doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg to fly - and most of the time you can fly up the front for the same pri

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Why New York City Is Always A Good Idea
  • by MJ Penter
  • Jan 22nd, 2016
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New York City.  The Big Apple. The city that never sleeps. A Concrete Jungle where dreams are made of.No matter the reason, the season or the budget, New York City is always a good idea.No other city in the world has as many alter egos and tag lines as New York City.  It is one of the biggest metropolises on earth and a city which captivates, polarises

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72 Hours in Vancouver
  • by John McMahon
  • Jan 11th, 2016
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It's 2016 already, holy shit. Your new year's resolutions probably crash and burned by day two. But if you promised yourself you'll travel more this year, that's one resolution you can still keep. Time to sort yourself out and pack your bags.Where to next though? The ultimate question with thousands of possibilities. But forget them all, as you need not lo

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Inside North America’s Most Impressive Hotel Rooms
  • by Matt Kotush
  • Nov 25th, 2015
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With a new luxury hotel opening in Dubai, London, and Paris every month it seems like the luxury trend might not travel across the pond. This however is not the case. Here are some of North America's most impressive rooms, and in saying that, hotels as well. The Owners Suite - Fairmont Pacific Rim, VancouverAt 2,250 square feet of space, the bathroom is

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Qantas Looking At Non-Stop Sydney To New York Flights
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Nov 18th, 2015
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While not likely to happen for at least another 5-10 years, a direct flight from Sydney to New York is certainly an idea we'd get around. Speaking at a media lunch in Sydney last week, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce revealed the airline “puts 300 people a day to New York anyway – it’s just that we can’t do (non-stop) with the technology (we have today).“

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3 Destinations You Have To Visit Sooner Rather Than Later
  • by Alexander Barrat
  • Nov 17th, 2015
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As our world continues to evolve, exciting new travel opportunities constantly open up. Unfortunately, a lot of these new destinations will soon lose their authenticity and culture as the West moves in with shiny new resorts and cruise ship holidays. Here are 3 places to visit now before it's too late. Myanmar ‘This is Burma, it is quite unlike any place

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Stay In Sydney’s First Floating Hotel Suite This Weekend
  • by Jack Slade
  • Nov 13th, 2015
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While your girlfriend might say she doesn't mind you heading down the local every single Saturday night, in truth she actually wouldn't mind if you two did something a little spontaneous from time to time.Fortunately, this weekend sees the arrival of the aptly named 'Spontaneity Suite', Sydney's first floating hotel suite, available for two nights only wh

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This Guy Paid $300 for a $60,000 Round The World Emirates First Class Trip – Here’s What It Looked Like
  • by Jack Slade
  • Oct 30th, 2015
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Emirates First Class is consistently ranked amongst the best commercial First Class products in the sky, so when you find a loophole (in this case adding multiple stopovers to an award fare) to get you $60,000 worth of First Class flights for not much in return, it's probably worth taking advantage of it. Travel blogger Sam Huang did just that, cashing in h

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4 Of The Most Epic Lodges In New Zealand
  • by Jack Slade
  • Oct 21st, 2015
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With its 100% Pure campaign of recent years, New Zealand sells itself as one of the world's premier destinations for travellers looking for a slice of unadulterated nature, and there's no denying the place delivers on this promise in spades, with stunning countryside from top to bottom, pristine streams, brilliant skiing, and much much more.Traveller

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Awesome 360° Video Shows You Exactly What Happens In The Cockpit During Your Flight
  • by Jack Slade
  • Oct 14th, 2015
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As a kid one of the best parts flying was being able to visit the cockpit during the flight; unfortunately events like 9/11 quickly put a halt to such shenanigans and now we must sit aimlessly staring at the back of the seat in front of us until the journey comes to an end.What we do know is that there's a lot happening up the pointy end of the plane, but

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This Video Will Make You Want To Book The Next Flight To Mykonos
  • by Jack Slade
  • Sep 26th, 2015
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Yiannis Papanastasopoulos, a Greek (wouldn't have guessed that) freelance filmmaker recently went on a weeklong trip to the beautiful Greek Isle of Mykonos, and judging by this short film A Week To Remember, had an absolute ball.From ferries, to beaches, to bums, to sunsets, to (what looks like) Steve Aoki and some champagne showers; if this video doesn't

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9 Tips for Travelling on A Budget
  • by Annalise Christoforatos
  • Sep 18th, 2015
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As a student traveler, you need to leverage every opportunity to save a penny so that you can work towards fitting in all of the other things you want to experience. You will be surprised at how far you can stretch a budget. It’s about being smart, not about missing out. 1. Devise a budget to stick to Make sure you actually spend some time reviewing your r

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This Video Will Make You Want To Drop Everything And Visit Hvar
  • by Jack Slade
  • Sep 17th, 2015
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Croatia is quickly becoming one of the most desirable holiday destinations in Europe, and watching this video, it's pretty easy to understand why.Produced by Perth local Thomas Iffla, on a DJI Phantom 3 drone, Above Hvar gives you a birds eye view of one of the most beautiful (and fun) locations in the whole world.The backing track is Unfold by Ali

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25 Years of Sweden’s ICEHOTEL
  • by Alex Brown
  • Sep 16th, 2015
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With rooms based on the interior of a clock, several preying tiger faces, the northern lights and a bar that emulates being inside a shaken up champagne bottle, Sweden’s ICEHOTEL is one hell of a place to spend a night (once hell freezes over). This winter, as for many years before it, 50,000 visitors will flock to this hotel come art gallery come engineer

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5 Of The Most Luxurious Ski Chalets In Europe
  • by Jack Slade
  • Sep 15th, 2015
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As yet another disappointing Australian ski season comes to an end, serious skiers around the country are busy planning their annual January or February trip to various far flung corners of the world to get some much needed powder into their system.Of course as with any trip away, there are varying degrees of comfort you can enjoy depending on how big you

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7 Australian Golf Courses You Have To Play Before You Die
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Sep 4th, 2015
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This post is sponsored by our good friends at LACD Golf, a leader in durable and stylish golfing apparel for men and women.As the temperature slowly rises after a long and gruelling winter (Sydneysiders please ignore), and with summer less a season away, the thought of a round or two is quickly coming into the mind of anyone who has ever played golf.Wi

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Woman sculls whole bottle of $280 Remy Martin Cognac because she couldn’t take it through airport security
  • by Jack Slade
  • Aug 26th, 2015
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When airport security tell most people that they're carrying more than the 100ml of liquid allowed on board, they shake their heads, grumble, and reluctantly hand over the goods. A lady in China going by the last name Zhao, according to The South China Morning Post, ain't most people.After being told she couldn't take her $280 bottle of Remy Martin XO Exce

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Virgin Australia Launches New Domestic Business Class
  • by Jack Slade
  • Aug 19th, 2015
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The domestic business class battle in Australia has been heating up rapidly over the last two years, with Virgin Australia CEO John Borghetti staking a claim to the nation's business travel spend.Fortunately for the consumer, this means that both Virgin and Qantas have been upping their domestic class game in a big way, ploughing huge money into upgrading

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This Natural Slip’n’Slide In Canada Is Epic
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Aug 11th, 2015
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Canada is a land of natural beauty, 'the New Zealand of the north', as we've heard it called; and we may have just discovered its pièce de résistance, a naturally occurring Slip'n'Slide in Lynn Canyon Park, British Columbia (just north of Vancouver).The rock has been smoothed over by the current over time, and you can now slip your way down this natural

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Croatia: Europe’s Hidden Gem
  • by Joshua Bozin
  • Aug 10th, 2015
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Croatia. A traveller's dream. A country so rich in history, it would be a cryin' shame to neglect this paradise if travelling around Europe this summer.With cities that date back to 9th century BC, incredible cuisine, wine from the gods and beaches that are postcard material, Croatia has everything your top European destinations (Ibiza, Mykonos, Barcel

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Jay Alvarrez & Alexis Ren: Making Us Envious Once Again
  • by Sam Siddons
  • Jul 22nd, 2015
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There are many qualities Jay Alvarrez possesses that undoubtedly make most men envious. If one made a list, it would go something like this: abs, beach living, holidays & swimmin', Instagram fame, skydivin', and now the kicker: his model girlfriend (by choice - not an aforementioned possession) Alexis Ren. Together Jay & Alexis are the hottest c

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An Italian Food Safari for a Budding Food Enthusiast
  • by Annalise Christoforatos
  • Jul 3rd, 2015
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Food is life. It is pretty much that simple. I tend to be one of those people that finds their social calendar centered on food and where to best source it. It’s the best excuse for catching up with an old friend, or new one, it’s a fantastic and completely relatable talking point and it’s so diverse that you have never experienced or tasted it all. I

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Oasis In the Desert: Sofitel Marrakech Palais Imperial
  • by John McMahon
  • Jun 5th, 2015
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When the idea of adventure travel enters one's mind, any notions of luxury almost simultaneously fly out the window. There is a common misconception that when you travel to places like Cuba, Africa or the Australian outback you can’t possibly enjoy luxury and adventure simultaneously. Which is why I thought, is it too much to ask for both?Morocco ans

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This Is A Real Place. Welcome to Cloud9
  • by Matt Kotush
  • Jun 4th, 2015
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Just looking at Cloud9 makes you feel relaxed. Located in Fiji, this is one place that might just be impossible to leave. Floating out in a crystal clear ocean, Cloud 9 is unforgettable. There is a bar and pizzeria as well as multiple sun beds and open deck space. You can also take jetski tours around the area to multiple islands, as well as listen to Dj's o

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Inside The Gambling Grey Area Of ‘Courtsiding’
  • by Brad Hutchins
  • Jun 2nd, 2015
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Who doesn’t enjoy the excitement of a sporting wager between mates to fire up the stakes a bit, while adding vested interest and bragging rights to a match's outcome?Now imagine taking that impulse to ‘have a cheeky punt’ and refining it down to a calculated, profitable operation that you can make a living from… getting paid to watch live sport. Th

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Dubai Poised To Build Underwater Tennis Stadium
  • by Julia Reymond
  • May 19th, 2015
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Polish architect, Krzysztof Kotala, plans to pitch the designs of his conceptual underwater tennis stadium to investors in Dubai in the near future.Because, Dubai.Boasting the world's first 7-star hotel, Burj Al Arab, an artificially-shaped palm tree island, an indoor ski resort in the largest mall in the world, along with the tallest building in the

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Bucket List Destination: Zanzibar’s Underwater Hotel Room
  • by John McMahon
  • May 11th, 2015
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Now this is something you’d expect in Dubai or the Maldives at a price that only Richard Branson could afford. However you’re wrong. This is quite possibly the best one yet, it’s comparatively more affordable and it isn’t confined to an aquarium.Last year on Pemba Island in the Zanzibar Archipelago, The Manta Resort opened Africa’s first underw

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Is This The Best City In The USA?
  • by MJ Penter
  • May 9th, 2015
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The United States of America is a big place.  Ask anyone who has been 'what's the best city to visit?', and you will end up with a long list, New York, San Francisco, LA, Chicago, Boston, Washington, Miami etc.  The list goes on and they are all on that list for a reason.  There is one city which has slipped under the radar in the past but is slowly gaini

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Inside London’s Most Expensive Hotel Rooms
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Apr 30th, 2015
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With the amount of money flowing in and out of London every day, it's no wonder hotels in the city have upped their game in recent years to cater for the super-wealthy clientele that are invading London at an unprecedented rate. Here's five of the most opulent, ostentatious, over-the-top hotel rooms London has to offer.  Penthouse Suite at The Wellesl

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Bucket List Destination: Devil’s Pool, Zambia
  • by Phillip Alphonse
  • Apr 26th, 2015
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Zambia is a landlocked country in the Southern part of Africa, most notably known for the awe inspiring Victoria Falls. In height and width, Victoria Falls is one of the largest on the planet, at twice the height of Niagara Falls and rivalled only by Iguazu in South America. But what really separates Victoria Falls from the rest is the fact that you can actu

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Check Out This Insane 19th Century Fort Turned Luxury Hotel
  • by Julia Reymond
  • Apr 23rd, 2015
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Ever wanted to escape the stresses of every day life on your very own island? Well, now you can. Really. No Man's Fort in Solent may just be the most incredible new venue in the UK and promises an unrivalled getaway experience.The fort offers four levels of mind-blowing facilities including cabaret bar, hot tubs, LaZer Battle Arena, lighthouse, games room

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5 Top Tips For Flying On A Budget
  • by Phillip Alphonse
  • Apr 23rd, 2015
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There's nothing more sad than spending your days at work loathing over your brother’s friend’s cousin’s travel photos that you've just discovered on Instagram. Whilst you’re in the midst of a pity party, they’re frolicking with monkeys, swimming under waterfalls and exploring countries whose names you can’t even pronounce. If money problems are p

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10 Reasons To Get To Cuba As Soon As You Can
  • by Beena Yamin
  • Apr 20th, 2015
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Pitbull told us his “mind is free…opposite of Cuba”, but if that’s the only reference you've heard about this Caribbean gem then keep reading on.2015 marks a huge year for the country, with the US and Cuba agreeing to improve ties after more than 50 years of strained relation.This raises some interesting questions around the balance between p

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See The Other Side Of Berlin
  • by Alex Brown
  • Apr 15th, 2015
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Berlin. A city of extensive history, great beer, an incredible night life and some wall that's supposed to be worth checking out. But on my visit there several months ago, there was a new side to Berlin I experienced that spurned my sense of exploration and getting off the beaten path. Away from the great culture and main tourists spots, there are several a

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Places to See: The Colorado River
  • by Harry Russell
  • Apr 15th, 2015
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Described by Lonely Planet as the "nerve centre of the American West" the Colorado River begins in the Rocky Mountains of the United States, before winding over 2,300km through deserts, lakes, and stunning landscapes.From small beginnings as the meeting place of alpine creeks and streams high up in the Rocky Mountain National Park, to the dramatic canyo

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Four Insane Turkish Hotels You Have To Visit
  • by Boss Hunting
  • Apr 14th, 2015
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As a holiday destination, Turkey has exploded in popularity over the last few years, with hordes of tourists from around the world clambering to get a glimpse of some of the most beautiful cities, scenery, and beaches you'll ever see. In light of this recent influx of visitors, the Turks have upped their hotel game and today we're presenting four of the best

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5 Amazing Adventurers You’ve Never Heard Of
  • by Alex Brown
  • Apr 4th, 2015
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There is nothing more invigorating to the soul than a good adventure but there are some who pursue this day in and day out, exploring some of the most extreme corners of our planet. Here are 5 people who lead a life of adrenaline and daring, and whose photos and stories will awe many a man for years to come. 1. Chris Burkard Chris Burkard is currently the w

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A Melbournian’s Guide To Doing Public Transport Right
  • by Martin Rodger
  • Apr 1st, 2015
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The Melbourne public transport system is a unique beast, compared to those not only in other Australian states, but also around the globe. There are strict, and often complex social orders and standards which must be followed, should your acceptance into the Metro family be guaranteed. Here’s a quick guide to make sure the transition to train, tram and bus

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10 Reasons To Visit Coachella This Year
  • by MJ Penter
  • Mar 29th, 2015
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The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival or ‘Coachella’ as it’s best known is fast approaching.  Located in the Californian desert near Palm Springs at the Empire Polo Club in Indio and spread out over 2 weekends in April, the festival is one of the largest, most famous and popular music festivals in the United States.  Starting back in 1999, Coa

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View The Northern Lights From The ISS
  • by Alexander Rucker
  • Mar 9th, 2015
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The International Space Station (ISS), including its large solar arrays, spans the area of a U.S. football field, including the end zones, and weighs 924,739 pounds. The complex now has more liveable room than a conventional six-bedroom house, and has two bathrooms, a gymnasium and a 360-degree bay window.Since its launch on October, 31, 2000, the ISS has

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Nusa Lembongan: Like Bali, But Better
  • by MJ Penter
  • Mar 6th, 2015
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Given over 16,000 Australian’s travel to Bali every week, most will have their own memories and visions of Bali.  From the hot, chaotic streets of Kuta with their bintang singlets and AFL jumpers, to the upmarket beach clubs of Seminyak with their DJ’s and million dollar views, to the on the beach seafood BBQs and cliff top Villa’s at Jimbaran Bay, th

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Dubai Like You’ve Never Seen It Before
  • by Julia Reymond
  • Mar 4th, 2015
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Professional 'urban filmmaker' Rob Whitworth recently shared his Dubai Flow Motion video to allow you to virtually fly into and around Dubai. From the sitting in the cockpit of an A380, to skydiving above the breathtaking cityscape, this 'flow motion' video will blow your mind. I can only assume it was sponsored by the city of Dubai, otherwise Rob should