The Travel Writer's Journey

Provides travel journals, photographs, reports as well as travel guides and reviews on different countries of the world.

Blogs

Foodie Neighborhood Spotlight: Kapahulu, Oahu

Posted on November 15, 2013 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

  

By Catherine Toth

 

Waikiki may have upscale steakhouses, sprawling buffets and convenience stores stocked with grab-and-go snacks. But if you want a real taste of Hawaii -- and you don't have a rental car or a cousin who lives on the island -- take a little walk along Kapahulu Avenue, a roadway th...

Read Full Post »

Lake Hauroko, Southern Scenic Route, New Zealand

Posted on November 25, 2012 at 7:30 AM Comments comments (0)

  

By Magda D. Healey

 

It's only about 130km from our accommodation to Te Anau, and if done in one go, less than two hours drive on a sunny and dry day. We are planning a whole day, taking it slowly as it's our first look at the Holy Grail of South Island travels, the Fiordland.

 

It's mis...

Read Full Post »

Discovering Fiji

Posted on July 3, 2012 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)

  

By Shane Mitchell

 

 

Even on a detailed chart of Oceania, Fiji is way out there. Athwart the 180th meridian, the 322 islands belonging to this archipelago were once bisected by the International Date Line. No one here seemed to care about this tec...

Read Full Post »

All Inclusive Hawaii Vacation Packages

Posted on December 15, 2011 at 7:15 AM Comments comments (0)

 


 

If a visitor spent a month on Maui, and did something different every single day, there wouldn't be enough time to do everything. Maui will always be a "doer's mecca”! 


From November until April, the giant humpback whales spend the winter in Maui's offshore waters. They congregate h...

Read Full Post »

Latest Videos

302 views - 0 comments
316 views - 0 comments
543 views - 0 comments
569 views - 0 comments