We All Travel Together’s favourite travel video bloggers

When you are not at work, not with your friends hanging out, not travelling how do you fill your time at home? I don’t watch much TV however I do watch a lot of travel video blogs on You Tube. Damm you, You Tube.

Yes, it’s addictive, getting your travel fix through other people until it is your time to hit the road. You get to know what days, what times your favourite bloggers post there videos. You look forward to your night knowing that a new video will be posted.

I’ve never understood reality TV until watching these travel bloggers, to me watching these bloggers is equivalent to someone getting their weekly fix of The Kardashians but only these bloggers are far more interesting.

These are our five favourite travel video bloggers

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Cairns vs Port Douglas which is better


Cairns is the more renown city  of the two, especially with international travellers as afterall it is the city with the airport so a lot of travellers fly into and out of the country.  Port Douglas though is only an hour away on one of the most beautiful coastal drives in the country.

We have been to Cairns a few times as I usually fly home with Jetstar from Osaka to Sydney via Cairns but have only stayed a day or two each time. I was there in March last year for a couple of days. We have only been to Port Douglas once in which we stayed five days.

Which city do we like best, where would we recommend you to holiday between the two if you only had to choose one. Continue reading to reading to see which we think is the best.   Continue reading

The best beach in Australia, Whitehaven Beach


Australian beaches are world class and  the best in my opinion  is Whitehaven Beach which regularly ranks in the best beaches in the world when the travel magazines release their top 10’s  each year but unless you’re staying on Hamilton island or are driving along the east coast it takes a bit of strategy to be able to visit, especially if you have to catch a flight from Cairns in three days time like I had to. Cairns is an all night bus ride on the Greyhound service. Continue reading

How to spend 24 hours in Sydney


Sydney is a city which I could happily spend a week at a time and still have things to do. However not everyone can spend that amount of time in Sydney as many people use the city for a quick stopover on the way to another international destination or if they are also traveling to another destination in Australia. I recently did this when I was on my way to the Whitsundays. I had 24 hours in Sydney and I was just happy to stay around the city but then I thought if this was someone’s first time to Sydney and they only had a day then what would I recommend for them to do.

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Where to eat in Merimbula


Feeling hungry while you are in Merimbula and don’t know where to eat then hopefully this guide can help you decide where to have a feed. Merimbula for its size has a plethora of restaurants and cafes and these are some of the places which we have eaten at over the years in which we have been coming here.  Enjoy and bon appetite.

 Best cafes for brunch

You are on holiday, there’s no need to wake up early and there’s no better thing to wake up and go out for hearty meal in the middle of the morning when you have all the free time you need to relax sip on a coffee while eating some great food, for me usually eggs.
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What to do in Merimbula


Merimbula’s Main Beach

Every Winter when I was growing up my parents used to take us on holiday to Merimbula, a quiet but very beautiful town located on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales. I never really enjoyed it at the time because it was a coastal town and we couldn’t enjoy the beautiful beaches in the area. When my parents retired they moved to this town and over the years I have gained a better appreciation for this town,so without further ado here is our guide  of what to do in Merimbula. Continue reading

Penang’s Monkey Beach, what we thought.


The west coast of Malaysia is not renowned for its beaches and if you were coming all the way to Penang just for the beach then you really have come to the wrong place. Penang is known more for its food and its Nyonya culture actually, the capital Georgetown is a world heritage city.
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