Horse Trekking in Manawatu – New Zealand’s Biggest Gap Year – Backpacker Guide New Zealand

Erm, do you want to go horse trekking today perhaps? Hell yeah! I love horse trekking. So today again we are waking up at Makoura Lodge which is a beautiful lodge in the middle of the Ruahine Ranges. Because it’s winter, the horses have been rolling round in mud to Continue Reading

Horse Trek in Mongolia | 4 day tour

HORSE TREK IN MONGOLIA Even though we didn’t have any previous experience riding horses we bravely decided to start explore the Mongolian horse culture with a four day horse trek. We dressed up into traditional Mongolian horse riding robes while our local horse master saddled up our fearful and half Continue Reading

How to see Cuba Viñales on horseback

Six kinds of leaves – but essentially three of them: Crowns, central leaves and the bottom leaves. So the crowns are strong. The central leaves are flexible. And the bottom leaves are mild, but they burn fast. So you mix the different leaves and you get different cigars. Very nice, Continue Reading

My First Trip to Ireland: Travel Film

(traditional Celtic music) (city sounds) – After an eight and a half-hour flight from Orlando, Florida and a cab ride from the airport to the Dawson Hotel, we are officially in Dublin. I am exhausted from that flight. Just gonna have to go straight to a pub so that I Continue Reading

30 Travel Tips for Ireland

– Hey guys, Brady here, and I just went to Ireland for the first time. It’s definitely one of my new favorite countries so far. I happened to be on my honeymoon, but whether you’re on your honeymoon or not, I have some travel tips for you. (bright, peppy music) Continue Reading