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How to spend a weekend in Whangarei

How To Spend A Weekend In Whangarei On Your New Zealand Road Trip


UPDATED FEB 2020. While you are on your New Zealand road trip, you can’t overlook the Northland region. In today’s post, I’m sharing a collection of tips and tips and recommendations on how to spend a weekend in Whangarei which is a great place to base yourself from. As always, I hope it can help take some of the stress…

how to spend a weekend in Gisborne

How To Spend A Weekend In Gisborne On Your New Zealand Road Trip


UPDATED FEB 2020. Today we are going to be taking a look at what is, in my opinion, one of the underrated gems of New Zealand’s north island. It’s certainly a place that is worth stopping at during your New Zealand road trip. Here’s my guide on how to spend a weekend in Gisborne. I’ve included recommendations for what to…

how to spend a weekend in Rotorua

How To Spend A Weekend In Rotorua On Your New Zealand Road Trip


UPDATED FEB 2020. Welcome to my first New Zealand blog post. I’ve visited a few times for family trips but this is my first time writing about it. Today we are taking a visit to Rotorua. During our North Island road trip, my dad and I did local things at the other stops on the trip and hit the touristy…

Solo Female Travel In Tonga & Tips For Planning Your Visit


UPDATED FEB 2020. There’s something special about a tropical getaway. Walking on sandy beaches, listening to the waves crash, slowing down to island time – it’s medicine for the soul. Tonga is the perfect place for just that and your trusty solo female travel blogger is here with a guide on solo female travel in Tonga to take the stress…

Tonga Whale Swim Advice – Prepare Yourself With These Practical Tips


UPDATED FEB 2020. Snorkeling with whales is a once in a lifetime travel experience. Nothing really compares to being alongside something so huge and majestic, especially if you’re a nature and ocean lover like me. I put together these Tonga whale swim tips to help you prepare for your tour and make the most of it. I’ve included the preparation…

How To Swim With Whales In Tonga If You Want An Authentic Experience


UPDATED FEB 2020. You know that here at The Katie Show Blog I’m all about extraordinary travel experiences and, well, it doesn’t get much more extraordinary than this. Last week I was fortunate enough to visit the Kingdom of Tonga and swim alongside some giants of the sea. It was an experience that I will treasure forever. I think I…

10 Differences That Make Eating In Australia Confusing AF For Americans


UPDATED FEB 2020. G’day! There are a lot of great reasons to visit Australia isn’t there? The wildlife, people, beaches, laid-back vibes, and of course the fine chunk of Australian beef, Hugh Jackman (you’re welcome). But, when it comes to eating in Australia, there are a lot of things that will simply be confusing for our American neighbors, like the…

day trip to Litchfield National Park

Darwin Bucket List – The Top Things You Don’t Want To Miss


UPDATED FEB 2020. When you think of visiting Australia, most people think of seeing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, holding a Koala or cruising through Surfers Paradise. Not many people mention a visit to Darwin in their plans, but I am here to show you why you need to, with this Darwin bucket list. Here you’ll find some of the best things…

Berry Springs Nature Reserve

A Guide To Swimming At The Berry Springs Nature Reserve


UPDATED FEB 2020. It’s the end of Australia week on the blog and I am finishing it off by showcasing a practical travel guide for the Berry Springs Nature Reserve. If you remember back to the blog about the Territory Wildlife Park, you may remember that I mentioned that it is a great idea to pack your swimwear and take…

Spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise

How To Take An Adelaide River Jumping Crocodile Cruise From Darwin


UPDATED FEB 2020. The Australian Saltwater Crocodile is the largest reptile in the world. It’s the ultimate apex predator who has remained virtually unchanged for millions of years. And, on a personal note, they are my favorite animal. If you are in the Northern Territory and want to see them up close and in the wild, without getting any teeth…

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