How much for a Tuk-Tuk?

Well, we learnt the hard way that tuk-tuks are very, very cheap. It’s our first day in Cambodia and a while since we’ve seen each other seeing as my travel buddy and I live on opposite ends of the globe. Travelling all the way from Australia and England our first point of call is a […]

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Closest Pub to a Church in the British Isles

The ability to touch a wall of a pub and a wall of a Church at the same time is not common… So uncommon in fact that the ability to do this in the British Isles only comes around in one location… Guernsey. Guernsey in the Channel Islands is a 9 by 5 mile island […]

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The Butt Brigade. A new movement in Guernsey

The name of this article may have caught your eye and perhaps that’s the reasoning behind the name. But the Guernsey butt brigade has bigger ideas than just its name. On the first Monday of every month the Guernsey Butt Brigade meets in the main town of St Peter Port to collect harmful waste abandoned […]

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The Best Cocktails in Guernsey

The sun falls in Guernsey and its time to experience the array of restaurants it has to offer. The 9 by 5 mile island is small, but as a home to over 60 thousand people… there needs to be something to do when days at the beach are over and winter approaches. 1 Red Average […]

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Colorado’s Hidden Desert.

When you think of Colorado you think of snow covered Rocky Mountains, river canyons and the odd cowboy boot. But as we took a detour on road trip to explore all the landscape it had to offer, we found ourselves a taste of coastline. Growing up on an island I was used to the sand […]

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“I can’t go diving cause I’m afraid of sharks.” Myth solved

Ever since the time where jaws began people have been afraid of sharks. The mammoths of the sea they say. Flesh eating beasts out to kill anything that comes into its path. I beg to differ. Yes the shark has the ability and proven record of killing a human. But you can’t base fact off […]

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Wombling. The Beach Protectors of Guernsey.

When you hear the verb wombling perhaps you think of the yellow, long nosed, characters waddling across your tv screens in the 80s and 90s. Well you wouldn’t be wrong. But that isn’t to say the people wombling in Guernsey are yellow, long nosed characters. But perhaps a slight waddle as they stop in their […]

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