NYE: Guidelines on how to not be a tool

Happy New Years readers! Todays article is going out on a limb and assuming that a lot of you will be heading out to celebrate New Years Eve tonight…. am I right?

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Getting Seal-ley in San Francisco

Embracing the local wildlife is sometimes the most interesting, and almost always the cutest part of visiting a new city, and San Francisco was no exception for that rule. If you find yourself in San Fran, it is almost impossible to stop yourself taking a stroll down to Pier 39 to check out the cutest sea-lebrities ever.

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Brisbane’s Taste of Italy

While Italy remains close to a 25 hour flight from Brisbane, our love of Italian food is as strong as if they were next door, and that means competition is fierce to find the best Italian in our great city. Last night though, I was fortunate enough to head out to one of Brisbane’s best destinations for Italian cuisine.

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Go Jump off a Bridge, Literally

If you’ve ever wanted to know what it feels like to jump off a bridge and plummet towards certain death, but you don’t want to actually die, or hurt yourself at all, then bungee jumping may be the hobby for you. I don’t know what possessed me to visit Whistler to do a bungee jump, but I did, and it was awesome.

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Dinner Under the Cherry Blossoms

Being so close to Asia, Australia is blessed with a lot of different options when it comes to Asian cuisine, and if you’re hunting for Asian food, you’ll rarely be disappointed. Β In saying that, things can go well, or they can go brilliantly. Fortunately for me, last night when I ventured out for Japanese, which is not something I normally go for, we scored option number two.

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Thank you, Technology

It always seems that there is an app for just about everything these days, and travelling is no exception. While there isn’t yet an app that allows us to just apparate to the remote areas of the globe that we may like to explore, there are certainly a lot of apps out there that can help you out when you’re on an adventure.

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It’s Always Summer in Kangaroo Point

Opening in May of 2014,Β Summer House in Kangaroo Point is the love child venue of three kiwi lads, and despite my love of paying out our cousins from across the way, these gentlemen in particular cannot be praised highly enough for this venue.

 

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Venice’s best kept secret

Venice, the iconic and beautiful city, with its winding narrow streets, iconic canals, and endless bridges and courtyards is another world altogether within Italy; the inherent romance of this city makes it easy to fall in love with.

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