Posts tagged with ‘travel’

  • Alex Beresford Reads The Weather in 48 Degree Heat for MJ Bale, No Sweat

    A couple of weeks back we brought you a look at the hottest change room on the planet – an…

  • The Zippelin by Freitag is The World’s First Inflatable Travel Bag

    Swiss luggage outfit Freitag are already well known as purveyors of cool stuff: for over 20 years they’ve taken old,…

  • Adventure Assist Notebook Makes Organising Your Travels a Straightforward Task

    While a holiday can be relaxing and a great way to rejuvenate, travel is ironically a different kettle of fish. As you explore new…

  • It’s Not a Bag, It’s a Lander Carry System

    We feature a fair few travel and luggage solutions here on the site, but not many are quite as thorough…

  • Have a Cosy Overnight Trip With the Ride Cabin

    If you’ve ever had to take an overnight bus ride on Greyhound, you probably found yourself exhausted by the time…

  • 20 Best Hidden Bars in Sydney

    Ah, the hidden bar. An added descriptor to make a good bar or a small bar or a weird bar…

  • Huckberry Finds – August 2017: Beachy

    It might be winter here in Australia, but thanks to our lovely maritime climate there’s simply no wrong time to…

  • 31 Best Dopp Kits & Toiletry Bags For Men

    Touting premium materials and versatile designs, the best toiletry bags and dopp kits for men are as vital for travel…

  • Wanderlust Inducing Photography courtesy of Postcard from Australia

    This is a harsh land we inhabit. This continent tests those that choose to live here. If the animals don’t…

  • City Guide: 48 Hours in Brooklyn

    If you want to see the best of NYC you have to get out of Manhattan.  Namely to the borough…

  • A Peek Inside Sydney’s Top Suites – Be the King of Your Castle

    If there is one group of people who are truly spoiled, it’s Sydneysiders – they have some of the best…

  • Live the Van Life in a Native Campervan

    If you are tired of the same old lodging when you travel, why not do something different on your next…

  • The Most Unusual Lodging in the World – Portugal’s Tree Snake Houses

    For years, nature has inspired architects everywhere. The Milwaukee Art Museum in the United States was modelled after a great…

  • You Won’t Lose the BackPacker Air Tripod

    If you are a professional travel photographer or blogger or even someone who simply enjoys taking professional-quality travel photographs to…

  • Best Gin Bars in Melbourne

    No disrespect to our native Sydney, but Melbourne has a staggering amount of great places to get your drink on.…

  • Best Gin Bars in Sydney

    Melbourne might think it has the specialty bar scene on lock, but the best gin bars in Sydney could very…

  • Seven Ways to Enjoy Vivid Sydney Without Leaving The House

    This article originally appeared on Honest Sydney.  As anybody who has witnessed the Vivid festival this year already knows, it’s…

  • Hotel AWA is Worth the Trip to Chile in Itself

    Chile has always been on my bucket list and for a good reason. The country boasts numerous outdoor activities, vibrant…

  • Find Yourself at Finns in Bali

    People end up in Bali for a number of reasons. Some are there for the surf; others for the yoga,…

  • Unusual Accomodation – The Contain Hotel

    Would you pay to sleep in a shipping container? The Contain Hotel will redefine what you think a hotel is…

  • Woodshed Guest House – A Cosy Hideaway in the Mountains

    Tucked away in the foothills of the Green Mountains in Vermont USA, is the Woodshed Guest House. This cosy guest…

  • Cabin GJ-9 by Gudmundur Jonsson Architects Is a Cosy Winter Retreat

    Located in Bjergøy, Norway, the Modern Cabin GJ 9 is nestled just off a picturesque river. Designed by Gudmundur Jonsson…

  • Bugaboo Boxer Modular Luggage

    Wouldn’t be nice to be able to walk through an airport without having to struggle with multiple pieces of luggage?…

  • Citizens of the World’s Meghan Loneragan Talks All Things Travel

    We’d be lying if we said that browsing through the Instagram profile for repeat jet-setters (and friends of Man of Many) Citizens…