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Temples & Tuk-tuks


Alan and Kaitlyn travel the world! From Thailand to Tasmania and Hobart to Hobbiton




  1. One Second Everyday

    During our trip I took at least one video (but most of the time more than that!) every day with the goal to get a "One Second Every Day" video by the end of the trip. It's a compilation of one second of every day that we were gone.…

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  2. Campervanning around NZ

    One thing you should definitely do while in New Zealand is rent a campervan to drive around! It was a highlight of our entire trip for me, and something I definitely want to do again. We had just over six weeks to spend in New Zealand altogether, and we split…

    on New Zealand profile image for Kaitlyn Richards by Kaitlyn Richards

  3. Hobbiton

    If you're a fan of the Hobbit/Lord of The Rings films, you probably know that it was all filmed in New Zealand. We managed to go see several of the locations while we were in the country, but with most of them you kind of have to use your…

    on New Zealand profile image for Kaitlyn Richards by Kaitlyn Richards

  4. Things we miss from home...

    We're in the last month of our trip, and we've been talking about all the things we miss from home. Surprisingly, we haven't been too homesick throughout the trip, but there are definitely some things we miss. Here's our list: obviously our family & friends! not being able to be…

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  5. Brisbane

    We only had a week in Queensland, and after our 3 day trip to Fraser Island, that left us with 3 or so days in Brisbane. The city was gearing up to host the G20 summit, and in fact the leaders were arriving the day we flew out. Surprisingly though…

    on Australia profile image for Alan Richards by Alan Richards

  6. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

    While in Brisbane we took a city bus out to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary about 30 minutes away. This was started in 1927 as the world's first koala sanctuary and now protects over 130 koalas! They own their own eucalyptus plantations around the Brisbane area to provide food for…

    on Australia profile image for Alan Richards by Alan Richards