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Backpacking around New Zealand on a Budget

posted by JoJoHitsEurope in travel journal Going Further Afield to Australia

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Backpacking around New Zealand on a Budget

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When you think ‘New Zealand’, you might immediately think of Hobbits,
kiwifruit and sheep. But some of the biggest drawcards of the Land of the
Long White Cloud include the stunning scenery, exciting adventure

activities, and the hospitality of the people who live here.

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Backpacking is a common way to
explore New Zea...

What Should You Do With Older Film Formats?

posted by supremevideography in travel journal Video Production Company

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How many of us have had the pleasure of watching an older film, be it on a reel or a VHS? For those of us that are older, the answer is probably most of us. Before the dawn of the digital age, film ruled the times. Whether it was in your VCR or on a slide, these were the ways of capturing memories, and they were meant to last.

With a decrease in ways to view certain types of media becoming more scarce, it can be difficult deciding what to do with older films. For most individuals, the movie and photos we have around our home are of memories of our youth, or of our parents, and even grandpa...

Who Are JKP Flooring?

posted by majesticflooring in travel journal JKP Flooring

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Founded in 1989, JKP Flooring provides the highest level of contracting and flooring solutions for commercial and business based properties in the South-Western and Western area of the United States of America. Specifically, they focus their work in the states of California, Arizona and Nevada.


JKP Flooring is fully licensed and insured to guarantee that all work that they do is finished with the highest quality and safety—a critical point for employee and client safety when working in a commercial environment. Every one of the ...

Why Your Boat’s Ideal Partner is The Marina

posted by supremeboats in travel journal Carefree Boat Club Danvers

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When you buy a boat, you’ve made a great decision. Whether you are using it for luxury and sailing or fishing and water sports, you will be getting the most out of your new toy. However, even the largest, most beautiful property is not the right place to store a boat. Owning a boat is the first step, and finding a marina to house that boat is the next. Consider a few things before you choose a marina to store your dream boat.

As mentioned, there isn’t space at your house for a boat. Even when kept on a trailer in the garage, a marina can offer more for your boat than a trailer. On the othe...

The London Experience Awaits You with Thai Airways

posted by Ryanholman in travel journal My Travel Trips

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London is one of the most memorable capitals to visit anywhere in the world. With its history, art, culture, pomp, and ceremony there is no equal. Dating back over 2000 years, ancient and modern history are now the bedfellows of cutting-edge modernity.

The rubble and limestone Tower of London gazes upon its own reflection in glass and steel, now the mainstay of modern architecture. The 306-meter-tall, futuristic Shard looks down over the Thames between the modern London Bridge and the granite and Portland stone of the historic Tower Bridge.

Wander through London’s famous West End, Leicest...

Are There Any Disadvantages To Boat Clubs?

posted by supremeboats in travel journal Carefree Boat Club Danvers

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Boat clubs have been giving members the dream of having access to boats for a while now. They have become quite popular in recent years, especially for those that desire a better way to hit the water.

Owning a boat can be quite cumbersome. If you don’t have any place to keep it, you’ll need to rent a slip and pay annual dues. If anything goes wrong with the boat, you’ll have to repair it or end up with a big piece of scrap metal in your yard. Every aspect of owning a boat is one you; it can get expensive and zap the job out of boating altogether. With boat clubs, there are none of these ha...

What Makes a Good Architect Great?

posted by sublimearchitects in travel journal Denton Modern Architecture

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Building a new home or renovating a new home is a big job. It is quite unlikely that you are able to take on such a large project on your own. You will work with designers, contractors, and most importantly, a great architect to help all the elements come together from start to finish. But what makes a great architect? There are a few things to consider when you are hiring an architect.

When you are in the process of hiring an architect, it is important to understand what a great architect is. Especia...

Beyond packages: The rise of the DIY tour

posted by Ryanholman in travel journal My Travel Trips

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Several years ago, there's no doubt that the package holiday was well and truly in full flow. It was "the thing" to do - and no questions were asked.

Now, things are changing. Sure, there is still a time and a place for these vacations, and if you are looking for an utterly convenient solution few would disagree that they serve a very good purpose.

However, more and more people are turning to a DIY approach. Ultim...

Top 10 survival tips every outdoor person should know

posted by travelblogger in travel journal Top 10 survival tips every outdoor person should know

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Your smartphone may have a functioning built-in GPS along with other applications that make your life easier, and you are also in great shape. But what will happen when you land yourself in a situation, and your phone battery dies? At that moment, what will save you is your survival instinct, not your digital gadgets.

These situations develop without asking us, and what we can do is to make sure we are always prepared for them. If you are driving on a highway and your car breaks down, and even your phone battery dies shortly. What will you do then? Or worst, if you are trekking in the wild...

6 must-know facts about Niagara Falls before you visit

posted by krimamiller in travel journal My Travel Tips

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In truth, you probably don't need to read all of the facts we are about to mull over about Niagara Falls.

The sheer reputation of this attraction means that you've most probably met someone who has revealed their own experiences, or you have read one of the umpteen reviews  which class it as one of the best attractions on the planet.

Nevertheless, behind the great views are some really interesting facts. As such, whether you have reserved your <a href="https:...

Heathrow – The Second Busiest Airport

posted by somyasour in travel journal My World Tour

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Heathrow in London is the UK’s biggest airport. It is the second busiest airport on the planet by international passenger traffic. Located in the west of the city, Heathrow hosts four operational terminal buildings and two runways. It is the main operating base of Virgin Atlantic and is the primary hub for British Airways.

The Good & The Bad

Heathrow is one of the most connected international airports in the world. Recently, they have redesigned the outdated terminals. The most outstanding development is the ...

Tip For Avoiding A Disastrous Bathroom Remodel

posted by magnificplumbing in travel journal Wooten Plumbing

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When embarking on a bathroom remodel, the first thought is how exciting it will be to finally have the luxurious or better functioning bathroom of your dreams. The second thought is what you want it to look like, or what fixtures you need to move or install. With so many things that will need to get accomplished, it could get overwhelming. There are a few tips to help you get through the bathroom remodel process with ease while helping you achieve the restroom you’d been hoping for.

Avoid DIY (For Some Bathroom Projects)

Doing things on your own will give you great satis...

The Great Benefits of the Scratch Map

posted by avitadcosta in travel journal The Great Benefits of the Scratch Map

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Whether you travel for business or pleasure, alone or with friends or family, each trip brings with it new experiences and memories. Perhaps you are planning an around-the-world expedition or are just lucky enough to enjoy several holidays a year – either way, you need a unique and quirky way to track your journey and remind yourself of just how well-travelled you are.

A scrape map is merely like a nothing card and is normally made out of scratch-able material at the top where you can damage and expose different countries that you want to explore. This may Upon scratching, the places will ...

Christmas Gifts Hacks Of 2018

posted by adlermoris in travel journal Holiday Season

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Christmas is just around the corner and do you know what that means? It is shopping time! Now, we understand that there are plenty of peeps out there who simply don’t have enough time to go shopping for gifts for their loved ones. But you don’t want to leave them with a Wishlist only for Christmas, right? Well, here’s some good news; we’ve compiled a list of Christmas Hacks to make this Holiday Season not only fun but also crafty for you! Try out these simple yet stunning gift ...

The Best Waterfalls to Visit in Tasmania

posted by travelblogger in travel journal The Best Waterfalls to Visit in Tasmania

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Catching a beautiful sunset every day on your way home from work and not bat an eyelash at it because you’re more focused on the traffic than the actual sun coming down on you from your windshield. Traveling, however, has a way of connecting you with the natural in a much-closed space. From the breathtakingly beautiful mountains, valleys, rainforests, springs, to the green landscapes. Wandering through nature allows you to watch the clear night sky, feel the rain fall softly on your cheek as you lie in a sleeping bag beside a bonfire, see the volcano down below you as you ride a horse on th...



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