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Travel Book Review Issue 2 – Coffee Table Inspiration


I’m a sucker for a good coffee table book. I probably need multiple coffee tables at this point actually.

Our First AirBnB Experience – Was A Disaster

I’m pretty late to most bandwagons, and AirBnB was no exception. However, in my defense, I have tried to use the home sharing website in the past.

5 of the best places to SCUBA Dive in the Philippines


Roger is a mad traveler and lover of the outdoors. Originally from Australia, he is now living in Switzerland where he spends most of his time traveling, blogging, hiking, mountain biking or flying his Mavic Pro drone.

Europe’s Best Christmas Markets


As temperatures begin to cool and the days get shorter it means it is almost time for  Christmas Markets.

Traveling with a Baby in the Blue Mountains


Baby number 2 arrived about two months ago and I have 12 months of maternity leave. So of course, an epic trip has been planned.

Something a Little Different in Sydney with TripAdvisor


Sydney features pretty high on many people’s bucket lists, but I don’t really know why. I mean, it’s a great place to live and the city has a lot to offer.

The OurOyster African Bucket List


So far, Africa remains relatively unexplored for me. Sure, I have been to Morocco, but that’s it. The only continent less explored than Africa for me is South America, but I will be rectifying that very shortly.

Whats In Our Camera Bag – The Downsized Version


We used to travel with a full DSLR kit. We wrote about that here, as well as about what lenses we traveled with.

Outdoor Adventures In and Around Cape Town, South Africa


Capetonians revel in the fact that they live in one of the most beautiful cities in South Africa. Quite rightly so, Cape Town is a diverse and stunning city with mountains and oceans offering some exciting opportunities for adventure seekers.

Ancient Corinth – Greece History Travel


I always try to visit as many UNESCO world heritage sites as possible when I travel to a region. When it came to exploring Greece, we found ourselves among an overwhelming number of UNESCO sites and other sites of historical and cultural importance.

Packing for Long Term Travel


Whether you are getting ready for a one week get away, or a year long expedition, deciding what to pack and what to leave behind is often the hardest part of the trip preparation.

How To: One Week In Cyprus


We hadn’t exactly been planning to include Cyprus in our European itinerary, but when searching for a budget airline connection between Belgium and Crete (Greece), we found that we could get a great fare by passing through Cyprus.

The Cheapest International Holiday Spots for Australians

It’s easy to feel a little isolated when you are living in Australia. This continent/ country shares no land borders with any other country.

Cyprus Road Trip – Paphos to Limassol


Cyprus is a great country for road trips. The roads are in great condition, other drivers are courteous, and many of the notable sights and attractions are best visited when you have your own independent transport.

A Guide to the UNESCO Painted Churches of Cyprus


In the middle of the island of Cyprus, there exists an escape from the oppressive heat of the coast. Just a short drive inland will take you to the Troodos mountains, where crisp clean mountain air offers respite from the humidity and heat experienced on the rest of the island.

Day Trip To A Disputed Zone – Our Trip To Northern Cyprus


No one but Turkey recognizes the Republic of Turkish Cyprus, which take up about 30% of Cypriot territory and is situated on the north of the island.

Day Trip to the Deer of Nara


If you are traveling with kids, then you absolutely do not want to miss a trip to Nara. Even if you are not traveling with kids, Nara is an excellent day trip from Kyoto.

Best Budget Camera Lenses


Hey guys, it’s Mark here from photography website Shotkit. I want to express my gratitude to Jade and Jacob for allowing me to guest post here on the awesome Our Oyster blog.

48 Hours in Kyoto


Ok, full disclaimer. There is too much to do in Kyoto. Especially if you are into art and history and UNESCO world heritage sites.

Nyepi – the Balinese Day of Silence


Today we’re catching up with Agness from eTramping, about Nyepi, also known as the Balinese Day of Silence.


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