In this Travel Generation travel video log Linda Martin comes to us from Quorn in South Australia and her first ever camel riding experience.

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Ten things to do in the Coolest Little Capital in the World

Wellington is the capital of New Zealand and was declared the Coolest Little Capital in the World by Lonely Planet (2010/2011). So if it’s that cool I went to find out what is there to do that makes this capital city rock.

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A Great Adventure Story: Nicaragua Through El Salvador to Copan Ruinas, Honduras in a Day

Heading to Copan and the ruins from Nicaragua through El Salvador was always going to be a challenge; the borders notably frustrating, the roads long and winding but the unfolding landscape promised to offset those disadvantages in spades.

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The Liquid Locomotive - Rafting New Zealand Style

Rafting trips are rafting trips, right? Wrong. Sure, every company throws you into a raft and then you bump down a river. But sometimes, if you're lucky, you'll find a trip that offers something more. Deep within the volcanoes, rainforests and cultural cradle of New Zealand's North Island is the...

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The Philippines: Highly Affordable!

When planning travel, the first things that comes to mind is money; how much will I need to save, will I stay within my budget... and so on and so on.  From big cities to sandy beach resorts, the Philippines has something in it for everyone.

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In this Travel Generation travel video log Linda Martin comes to us from Cleland Wildlife Park on the heights of Mounty Lofty just outside Adelaide in South Australia.

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Getting Close To The Real New Zealand Wildlife

One of the top reasons New Zealand is on everyone’s travel list is to see and experience the pristine nature of the country. The crashing sea, the lush rainforests and the towering peaks are all within easy reach for most. However, seeing New Zealand’s unique wildlife is often another story.

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The Illusion of Time and Distance

In the urban areas of the US and many Western nations, when someone gives you directions they are pretty exact: Go 3 blocks, turn left at Walden St, go 1-1/2 miles until you see the red house with the flashing neon arrow that says “We are here.” Not so in...

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5 Places in Ecuador to Add to your Bucket List

Though Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in South America, it offers something for everyone. Ecuadorians boast that you can change landscapes completely in just a few hours, and they're right. Work on your tan on the Ruta del Sol on Monday, head to a pueblo (traditional community) in...

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The Things They Carried: What Travelers Take on The Road

Experts and travel sources repeatedly recommend an endless array of travel gadgets and gear to bring on your next trip. Often, it’s the latest, greatest development that makes the list of must-haves for travel in a given season.

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Top Travel Generation Writers

  1. 01. Jamie Bowlby-Whiting Jamie Bowlby-Whiting
    from a small village in rural England
  2. 02. Leah Bostwick Leah Bostwick
    from Detroit, Michigan, USA
  3. 03. Jan Ross Jan Ross
    from
  4. 04. Inka  Piegsa-Quischotte Inka Piegsa-Quischotte
    from
  5. 05. James Cave James Cave
    from Berlin

Top Travel Stories

  1. 01. Things You Should Know Before Traveling to China for the First Time Things You Should Know Before Traveling to China for the First Time
    by Amanda Williams
  2. 02. Otago Rail Trail: Lauder to Kokanga Otago Rail Trail: Lauder to Kokanga
    by Libby Woodard
  3. 03. New Zealand Travel Advice New Zealand Travel Advice
    by Jamie Bowlby-Whiting
  4. 04. The Best Backpacker Movies The Best Backpacker Movies
    by Brucini
  5. 05. Why Choose a Bed and Breakfast Location? Why Choose a Bed and Breakfast Location?
    by Jan Ross