tiwi island tours

Tiwi Islands Tours – Art & Aboriginal Culture Tour From Darwin

Tommo Fun

Tiwi islands tours: This trip gave us a real insider’s view to the art, history and culture of a distinctly different segment of Australia’s aboriginal population. Smoke rituals, burial & marriage traditions and the opportunity to create your own Tiwi island art to take home. After spending so much time in Australia, coming to Darwin and the surrounding areas like the Tiwi islands, was a real eye opener on understanding …

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5 Fun Gold Coast Activities To Get Your Heart Racing

Megsy Fun

The Gold Coast is certainly the adventure sport capital of Australia – there is a plethora of Gold Coast activities purely designed to get your heart racing and your adrenaline pumping! Many of these activities could potentially leave you a little weak at the knees, but with a huge grin on your face that says “Lets Do That Again!” “Anything that gets your blood racing is probably worth doing!” – …

Polawalk tour Vienna

Exploring the oldest amusement park in the world – through the lens of a polaroid camera.

Megsy Fun

Don’t own a time machine? You don’t need a Delorean to travel back in time. Explore days gone by at the oldest continuously running amusement park in the world right here, right now. How? By taking a polaroid tour of Vienna’s “Wurstelprater”. The Prater area of Vienna was once imperial hunting grounds and only accessible for the aristocracy. But in 1766, Emperor Josef II donated the land, and it was …

What to do in Bratislava - day trip through the unknown wine region of Slovakia

What to do in Bratislava – day trip to the unknown wine regions of Slovakia

Megsy Booze, Food & Drink Tours, Fun

What does fertility, drinking copious amounts of “noble” red wine, and Slovakia have in common? Drinking and pregnancy may not be highly recommended by doctors today but it turns out that a tasty drop of red was a sworn solution for one over-fertile queen… We find out more about wine history and micro-vineyard culture when we visit Bratislava, Slovakia. What to do in Bratislava? Upon arriving in Bratislava, the capital …

Visiting Munich Germany - Food Fun Adventure in Munich

Visiting Munich Germany – Food Fun Adventure in Bavaria

Megsy Food & Drink Tours, Fun

Munich is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria. Home to BMW, Oktober Fest and six major breweries: Augustiner Bräu, Hofbräu, Löwenbräu, Hacker-Pschorr Bräu, Spaten-Franziskaner Bräu, and Paulaner Brauerei . A place where Beer is considered as a food. – So of course we had to visit! Munich is not surprisingly a place with an abundance of Food Fun and Adventure so let’s get straight into …

MONGOLIA TOURISM PODCAST

037 Mongolia Part 2 – Secret Naadam festivals and Mongolia on $33 a day

Tommo Travel Freedom Podcast

Mongolia Podcast (Part 2) Episode 037: Mongolia on $33 a day & The secret, local Naadam festivals Listen NOW! Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Stitcher Radio WE NEED YOUR FEEDBACK We love to hear from listeners about how we can improve the show or what you love about it already. You can email us using the contact form in the footer of this page or tweet @mytravelfreedom [tweetthis]My comment is…[/tweetthis] What …

How to explore the real Tuscany: by bike

Megsy Fun

There is a reason about 14 million people visit Tuscany, Italy every year. Unique countryside and a culinary tradition that lives up to it’s thousands of years of history… Not to mention, Tuscany is the home of Chianti wine. We believe, if you visit somewhere by car, bus or train, you often miss something. That sense of really being in a place. Inside a glass and metal bubble, you just don’t connect with …

Epic Mongolia: 9,000 Landscapes from Ulaanbaatar to Khovsgol (With Video)

Tommo Fun, Video Blogs

9 days inside a Russian Military van crossing the epic and endlessly changing landscape of central Mongolia with 7 other people is certainly an experience! It may be challenging but it is certainly rewarding beyond anything we may have imagined before undertaking this journey. This second part of our trans-Mongolian adventure takes us from the capital of Ulaanbaatar to Moron (Pronounced Muren), just south of Khovsgol, Mongolia’s largest lake. In …

The secret Naadam festivals you didn’t know about (Mongolia)

Megsy Fun

We discover that the Naadam you read about in the guide books is only one tiny part of Mongoila’s national sporting heritage. Getting outside of Ulaanbaatar to experience the real, local Naadams at the grass roots level is a unique experience, a world away from the tourist filled stadium of the capital. The Nadaam Festival, or as the locals refer to it  “Eriin Gurvan Naadam”, is an annual event (held …

Why visiting Mongolia will change your perspective on travel

Tommo Fun

As one of the least densely populated countries in the world, it will come as no surprise that Mongolia has quite a few open spaces. Moreover, the quantity of different landscapes we experienced as we traveled was unexpected and very rewarding. The most common way for tourists to get around is in a shared van. Anyone who has travelled in Asia will have experienced some poor quality roads at some …

Kyaukme Trekking by Motorbike

VIDEO: Kyaukme Trekking by Motorbike to meet the Palaung tribes (Myanmar)

Tommo Video Blogs

Our 3 day Moto-trek from Kyaukme in Burma’s Shan state was one of the best experiences we had during our whole month travelling through Myanmar. Dogged by storms and some of the worst roads in the world (“Road” is a poor word to describe them) we powered through and got to homestay with real Palaung people in the mountains, eating home cooked food, learning about their culture and enjoying a …

Kyaukme trekking by Motorbike

Palaung people Homestay – 3 day Kyaukme trekking by motorbike (Non-Touristy)

Megsy Fun

For 3 days the only other tourist we saw was one guy, Eric, who was travelling with us. From massive valleys filled with tea bushes, to villages above the clouds and eating with local Palaung People in their kitchens, our 3 day adventure covered some of the roughest “roads” we’ve ever seen. Along with the most amazing views, this trek is one of our best memories of Burma. Myanmar is …