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    OUR INTERRAIL TRIP ITINERARY: 15 COUNTRIES IN 50 DAYS!

    Last autumn we had the chance to make one of our longest standing dreams come true: traveling Europe by train with an epic Interrail trip!Since we were teenagers, we’ve been hearing about this opportunity to travel around Europe on a budget with a unique train ticket.For one reason or another, we always postponed this adventure. First we had to study, then we had to work, then we traveled for 2 years in Asia. Lastly we spent 1 year in Australia. It’s interesting how some people end up traveling to the other side of the world before visiting properly their own country and continent first!Anyway, we finally made it, better late…

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    OUR TOP 7 INSTAGRAM SPOTS IN MELBOURNE

    When it comes to finding photo opportunities in Australia, new lists could be created every day, probably every minute, as there is so much to see in such a huge continent. Same goes for Melbourne, a metropolis home to famous buildings, museums, outdoor areas, and iconic views. We decided to put down a slightly different post from your usual “things to see in Melbourne”, adding some local and less known places to the usual spots. So let’s now focus on our personal top 7 Instagram spots in Melbourne. 1 – EUREKA TOWER SKYDECK 2 – NIGHT SKYLINE 3 – YARRAMAT GOLF CLUB – KANGAROOS 4 – ALBERT PARK LAKE 5…

  • BEFORE SRI LANKA, LONDON+DUBAI IN 48 HRS

    Our journey starts today, Saturday 17th September 2016, at Torino Caselle Airport. We land at London Stansted at around midday. LONDON After a few transports, we get to our hostel by 2pm, in a nice area close to Hyde Park. We got used to stay in guesthouses and hostels around Southeast Asia back in early 2016, which were usually very cheap but decent at the same time. Well, we are very disappointed with this hostel in London: one can accept the 24$ a bed cause it’s London right? But you’d expect at least cleanliness and a decorous room. Ours was a 9-bed dorm, 3×3 bunk beds, not more than 15…