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Kia Ora, we are Steve and Julie, we like to call ourselves 'English Kiwis' born in the UK, but New Zealand is now home. Or was until February 2015, when we took a massive leap out of our comfort zone. Getting rid of everything we owned, jumping off the corporate hamster wheel and choosing a life of long term travel. Travel filled with outdoor adventures, wildlife encounters, and the best nature has to offer.

We would love for you to join us on our journey. We will share photos, tales, and tips to inspire your own travel dreams. 

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   Borneo Adventure: Eye to Eye with the Borneo Orangutan    Connecting with the Borneo orangutan at Semenggoh and Matang. Marvelling at other Borneo wildlife in Bako National Park and Kubah National Park. Our best Borneo adventures.

Borneo Adventure: Eye to Eye with the Borneo Orangutan

Connecting with the Borneo orangutan at Semenggoh and Matang. Marvelling at other Borneo wildlife in Bako National Park and Kubah National Park. Our best Borneo adventures.

   A Guide to Visiting Myanmar (Part Three) Slow Train to Inle Lake    The final part of the best Myanmar destinations for a two week Myanmar itinerary. Taking the slow train, exploring Inle Lake and chilling on Ngapoli Beach.

A Guide to Visiting Myanmar (Part Three) Slow Train to Inle Lake

The final part of the best Myanmar destinations for a two week Myanmar itinerary. Taking the slow train, exploring Inle Lake and chilling on Ngapoli Beach.

   A Guide to Visiting Myanmar (Part Two) The Beautiful Bagan Temples    Part two of the best Myanmar destinations for a two week Myanmar itinerary. What to do in Bagan? Explore the Bagan temples by ebike of course.

A Guide to Visiting Myanmar (Part Two) The Beautiful Bagan Temples

Part two of the best Myanmar destinations for a two week Myanmar itinerary. What to do in Bagan? Explore the Bagan temples by ebike of course.


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