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Avoid these European Scams!

A European Getaway has become a rite of passage for young Australians leaving school ready to explore the world. But it’s not just backpackers, Europe has become a hub, for travellers of all kinds. Whether you’re travelling in a large group, solo, in your youth or...

Meet the man who rode from Cape Town to Berlin!

In 2016, Rich Jay, who calls himself Freezer Bird set out on an epic journey across the East side of Africa into Europe. It took him eight months to complete the mammoth 37,000 km journey on his motorbike, Darkwing. See the full story here: https://vimeo.com/323594227...

Cruising Questions Answered by a Royal Caribbean Expert

Matt Hochberg started Royal Caribbean Blog in 2010 as a way to share his excitement about an upcoming Oasis of the Seas cruise. Matts empire now extends beyond daily blog posts to videos, a podcast, message board and livestreams as well as a whole lot more. Matt says,...

Cruising Tips from a Royal Caribbean Expert

In a cruising career spanning over 20 years, Royal Caribbean Blog founder Matt Hochberg has sailed more times than most. Whether his voyage is long or short, the Caribbean or Northern Europe, these decades of vacationing on the high seas have equipped the...

Whose Controlling Who? – Participatory Culture in Aviation

In 2008, Singapore’s Changi Airport unveiled a Butterfly Garden to passengers to encourage individuals to participate in the airports culture. The project was so successful in engaging travellers a swimming pool, entertainment complex, Koi Ponds and three-story slide...

Guide to all types at airports

With the travel season upon us, it's time to remember that the destination is not the start of your adventure, it begins the moment you walk through the airport doors. Here is your guide to the top 5 airport goers worth watching. Coma Patients: Not someone in need of...

Air Travel Etiquette

 Airline travel has experienced a resurgence since the industry lull post 9/11. Added security measures, changes in regulations and increased air traffic continue to faze travellers a mere seventeen years after the industry consolidation. Travellers complain about all...

Keep me Posted

It’s a picturesque morning. The sun is warming your body as you lie in a blooming field of Jacarandas. As you begin to construct 140 characters in an attempt to give the howling breeze justice you stop, pull out a postcard an rekindle the lost art. The postcard first...

How to get the perfect plane window photo!

It’s the photograph every traveller has within their arsenal of perfectly grammable snaps.

The window seat – aeroplane wing soaring among the clouds is the classic getaway snap that every Instagrammer tries to nail.

As a loyal window sitter, I have blessed my humble Instagram following with many “Hello Asia” and “Home sweet home” posts of the aircraft horizon.

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My name is Annabel Fuller and I am Australian, currently based between the Gold Coast and Adelaide. I have been lucky enough to travel the world over the last several years and I love sharing my adventures with you!

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How to not get kicked off your flight!

When it comes to flying, all passengers should travel with etiquette. Good behaviour is often rewarded with friendlier service and happier seat neighbours in the same way that bad behaviour can result in you being removed from your flight. So, you can take off with...

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Cruising Tips from a Royal Caribbean Expert

In a cruising career spanning over 20 years, Royal Caribbean Blog founder Matt Hochberg has sailed more times than most. Whether his voyage is long or short, the Caribbean or Northern Europe, these decades of vacationing on the high seas have equipped the...

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SULLY – FILM REVIEW

In honour of the tenth anniversary of the miracle on the Hudson, I decided to re-watch Sully. Tom Hanks shines again in another aviation movie, however similar to his likeable performance in The Terminal; Hanks spends very little of this film in the air. It’s a solemn...

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PODCAST: Microblogging in Aviation

PODCAST 1 Have you ever wondered what microblogging is? And how it links to aviation. Wonder no more with this in-depth 5 minute podcast.   Featured Image: Lisa Fotios on Pexels

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The Global Role of Aviation

Globalisation as we know it is primarily linked to aviation. Before our interconnected world of networks and the world wide web, if we wanted to communicate with others far away, we had to travel (Gascoigne, 2001). In 1903 the innovation of aircraft changed our world...

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Whose Controlling Who? – Participatory Culture in Aviation

In 2008, Singapore’s Changi Airport unveiled a Butterfly Garden to passengers to encourage individuals to participate in the airports culture. The project was so successful in engaging travellers a swimming pool, entertainment complex, Koi Ponds and three-story slide...

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What Happens to Unclaimed Luggage

Losing your luggage in transit is the worst. Especially, if you’re on the way to your dream holiday; because wearing the same clothes for two weeks isn’t anyone’s idea of paradise. There’s nothing lonelier than an airport when the luggage carousel is empty. I’d know I...

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The Flying Kangaroo hops above the rest

Australia is conquering distance. The flying Kangaroo has overcome challenges that have led to innovations allowing Australian’s to connect to the world. The Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services first graced the skies in 1920 with a fleet of two rickety...

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SYD-LND is coming .. and it may have a gym

Alan Joyce has today announced the “manufacturers have succeeded”. A year after the Qantas CEO challenged Airbus and Boeing to design a plane capable of flying direct from the East Coast to London the airline announced the history-making route should take to the skies...

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