David Savage Travel Articles

 
A Perfect Place to Get Lost – Lundy Island, UK
Backpackers travelling to Greatest Britain (centre of the universe) may find it hard to locate places that are ‘off-the-beaten-track’. This is due to obvious non-massive nature of the land. Those who do find themselves out there may simply be lost in darkened city alleys after another night in London’s famous “Church”. For those unfamiliar with […]
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Jeffery’s Bay – Locals Guide
South Africa's most famous surfing spot is a worth
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Coffee Bay – A Locals Guide
Coffee Bay South Africa The Transkei, South Africa. During Apartheid in South Africa, the Transkei was made a Homeland for the Xhosa People. It was the Apartheid Government’s way of segregating whites from blacks. They may have given them a homeland but the land they gave had little economic prospects or worth. Racism was so […]
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Adventure in Cape Town – Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town is South Africa’s City to be seen in. It is world famous for it’s backdrop, Table Mountain, and is the country’s number one cosmopolitan city. Adventure in Cape Town doesn’t just involve throwing yourself off cliffs, shark diving and chasing muggers. No, no, no – Adventure in Cape Town is physical from dawn […]
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Iga Warta – An Aboriginal Insight – Australia
The Iga Warta Aboriginal community offers backpack
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The Baz Bus: A Review – Cape Town, South Africa
The ‘Baz Bus‘ is a hop-on hop-off bus service travelling between Cape Town and Victoria Falls via Northern Drakensburg or Swaziland. The concept is the same as OZ Experience and Kiwi Experience. Passengers pay for a ticket which is valid for twelve months and en route they can jump off and hop on a following […]
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Lone Female
Incident I was traveling between Cairns and Alice Springs on a three-day overland trip. On the trip were the driver, a company mechanic, a Texan and four girls. Everyone was traveling alone. To cut a long story short, on the first night, after some heavy drinking the driver, who was in his 50’s, entered the […]
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The Road to Becoming OZ Experienced – Mt Gambier from Barossa Valley
Photojournalist David Savage travels Australia on the OZ Experience… On The Bus… From Barossa Valley it was a short dash to Adelaide, the ‘City of Churches’. Adelaide was the first state capital city of Australia to get a direct telegraph link to Europe. It is a very architecturally English city and although it is often […]
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The Road to Becoming OZ Experienced – Melbourne from Cape Otway
Photojournalist David Savage travels Australia on the OZ Experience… On The Bus… From Bimbi Park in Cape Otway we drove for just a few minutes to Maits Rainforest. This is the last piece of ‘Cool Temperate Rainforest’ in the area, wear a jacket because it van be pretty cool. Some of the group had been […]
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The Road to Becoming OZ Experienced – Grampians from Mt Gambier
Photojournalist David Savage travels Australia on the OZ Experience… On The Bus… After Paintball last night most of us were all pumped up for more adventure. We made our way to Mt Arapiles. This area is world renowned for it’s climbing with over 2000 documented climbs. We weren’t about to tackle any ‘Everest’ calibre rock […]
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