Solo vs Group: How to choose the best guided trips and tours

Solo vs Group: How to choose the best guided trips and tours

If you are a solo travel addict, you know that you will not be solo all the time. No matter how much you love travelling solo, for sure guided trips and tours will be on your list. For some travellers a tour is the easiest way to get out and ignite their wanderlust, for others […]

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4 of the best food regions that will delight foodies

4 of the best food regions that will delight foodies

Australia’s large farming industry coupled with its eco-system and rich cultural diversity has made of Australia a top country with the finest food in the world. In the eyes of most travellers Australia is not a top food destination though. If you also expect to get Vegemite on bread for breakfast, meat pie for lunch, […]

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2017 Travel Anticipation: 7 smart cities that will not disappoint

2017 Travel Anticipation: 7 smart cities that will not disappoint

The new year has started in a slow mode, with more time for reflection and less room for plans. No fix travel plans. No long-term goals. Maybe a good time for a pause. After years of strenuous planning, I felt I needed a time-out, a more intimate space, where I am open to making short-term […]

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How to take photos in the ocean with an iPhone 7 waterproof case Tech21

How to take photos in the ocean with an iPhone 7 waterproof case Tech21

Written by on December 21, 2016 in Australia Travel Tips, Travel Gear, Travel Gear Reviews with 1 Comment

The benefits of having a waterproof iPhone 7 Since Apple proudly launched the new iPhone 7 – their first phone to be water-resistant – people started to wonder whether they could go for a swim with their iPhone! 🙂 Well not really, no! Although the new iPhone 7 and 7 plus comes with an IP […]

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8 of the top places to see native Australian animals in the wild

8 of the top places to see native Australian animals in the wild

Australian animals is arguably one of the biggest attractions that draws nearly 9 millions of visitors every year to the other side of the world: land down under. From Kangaroos and wallabies, to Koalas and wombats to over 800 species of birds, international visitors are keen to see them all.  What’s more rewarding than seeing […]

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Bus Travel in Australia: 7 great routes for the first-time traveller

Bus Travel in Australia: 7 great routes for the first-time traveller

Being Australia a country of huge distances, vastness and diverse landscape it’s not easy to figure out the most suitable ways to travel around. While road-tripping is the most adventurous – but also challenging – way to explore the country, it does not often appeal to the first-time traveller who is likely not to be […]

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Solo Travel Junkies: an Interview with Marie-France Roy

Solo Travel Junkies: an Interview with Marie-France Roy

I am delighted to start a solo travel junkies interview series on the Rocky Travel Blog.  As a solo travel addict myself I have written hundreds of posts about my adventures. Now I want to share the voice of fellow solo travellers around the world. Some time ago I met Marie-France Roy on Social Media […]

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The best travel insurance for the adventurous traveller

The best travel insurance for the adventurous traveller

In many years of solo travel I have used different types of travel insurance. As a student the thing I mostly worried about was trip and flight cancellation. Then over the years my travel style changed. I started travelling overseas, being more active in the outdoors and do adventure activities. While travelling to remote destinations […]

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What to see and do in amazing Albany Western australia

What to see and do in amazing Albany Western australia

Albany is an amazing place in South Western Australia that not many international travellers have in their itinerary. The reason is likely to be its remote location. Situated on the south-western coast, it’s 420 km drive from Perth – on the main inland-highway – or 300 km drive from Margaret River. It had been on […]

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Things you need to know about international travel

Things you need to know about international travel

It’s a fact that international travel is globally on the rise. While Scandinavians are leading with 4 countries in the list, Australians rank no. 9 out of the top 10 most travelled countries in the world. Australians are known for being keen travellers and their adventurous spirit. Alone in the last 12 months 9.6 millions […]

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