Situated on a stunning emerald-blue harbor, Sydney is a city filled with buzzing street side cafes, eclectic museums celebrating Aboriginal culture, great outdoor activities, excellent bars and restaurants. Sydney is a cosmopolitan city that is great for a foodie, a city-breaker, a beach bum, a backpacker, and if done right – a budget traveler.
Wide World has just released a list of sample travel photography kits, as recommended by various sports, adventure and travel photographers. I particularly like the look of the cheapest kit: a Lumix GF1 with F1.7 Pancake lens. Well worth the read, even if you just want to see what the pros are using.
‘Hot Destination’ lists are a dime a dozen these days, so I was surprised when I read this list that the destinations are actually quite unique. Wide World is an adventure-ish travel/sports online magazine, so it’s great to see they’ve stuck to their knitting and given us some pretty cool places to think of for our next trip.
Easy Hiker is starting a series of articles featuring easy hiking trails found a few minutes away from Paris, trails that are ideal for a day hike or a week-end outing. Take a “nature break” from all the hustle and bustle of sightseeing you’ve done in in the City of Lights. First up is in the nearby Parisian suburb of St Germain-en-Laye.
If you’re considering flying GMG Airlines between Malaysia and Kathmandu to save a few bucks over Thai Airlines or Nepal Airlines, you might want to reconsider. The author shares her story of a ten hour layover in Dhaka, Bangladesh that made her rue her cheap ways. Sometimes it’s better to pay a little extra and keep your sanity.