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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Thombre » March 1, 2016, 9:22 am

greeneyed wrote:Hbomb. Norway... Catch the train from Oslo across the mountains to he fjords on the other side of the country, get off and catch a ferry around that fjord, then the Bergen. Go to the glacier! You must go to Geirangerfjord. Stay in Geigranger or there's another nice town on the fjord too. It's incredibly beautiful.
Thanks ge might now have the time to do that in norway however, if it is as appealing as people say there could be a relocation in the future
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by reptar » March 2, 2016, 4:21 pm

greeneyed wrote:Hbomb. Norway... Catch the train from Oslo across the mountains to he fjords on the other side of the country, get off and catch a ferry around that fjord, then the Bergen. Go to the glacier! You must go to Geirangerfjord. Stay in Geigranger or there's another nice town on the fjord too. It's incredibly beautiful.
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by greeneyed » March 2, 2016, 7:22 pm

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greeneyed wrote:Hbomb. Norway... Catch the train from Oslo across the mountains to he fjords on the other side of the country, get off and catch a ferry around that fjord, then the Bergen. Go to the glacier! You must go to Geirangerfjord. Stay in Geigranger or there's another nice town on the fjord too. It's incredibly beautiful.
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Archer » March 26, 2016, 8:15 am

On the isle of Skye for the Easter long weekend and my 10th anniversary with Mrs Archer (well, technically not Mrs yet :s). Any recommendations? Had awesome food and booze so far so I probably can't go wrong but if someone has a reccomndation ill definitely try it.

Also agree with that Norway reccomndation from GE. That whole county is so beautiful and I'm pretty sure I've done that simar trip and it was a winner

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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Chicka's shoe » March 26, 2016, 9:07 am

Archer wrote:On the isle of Skye for the Easter long weekend and my 10th anniversary with Mrs Archer (well, technically not Mrs yet :s). Any recommendations? Had awesome food and booze so far so I probably can't go wrong but if someone has a reccomndation ill definitely try it.

Also agree with that Norway reccomndation from GE. That whole county is so beautiful and I'm pretty sure I've done that simar trip and it was a winner
Not on the Isle of Skye but if you get the chance, drive the road from Oban to Inverness via Fort William, it is spectacular and gives you a good look at the highlands and lochs all the way.
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by greeneyed » March 26, 2016, 9:15 am

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Archer wrote:On the isle of Skye for the Easter long weekend and my 10th anniversary with Mrs Archer (well, technically not Mrs yet :s). Any recommendations? Had awesome food and booze so far so I probably can't go wrong but if someone has a reccomndation ill definitely try it.

Also agree with that Norway reccomndation from GE. That whole county is so beautiful and I'm pretty sure I've done that simar trip and it was a winner
Not on the Isle of Skye but if you get the chance, drive the road from Oban to Inverness via Fort William, it is spectacular and gives you a good look at the highlands and lochs all the way.
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Re: The Travel Thread

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greeneyed wrote:Hbomb. Norway... Catch the train from Oslo across the mountains to he fjords on the other side of the country, get off and catch a ferry around that fjord, then the Bergen. Go to the glacier! You must go to Geirangerfjord. Stay in Geigranger or there's another nice town on the fjord too. It's incredibly beautiful.
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Archer » March 27, 2016, 9:11 am

Cheers chicka and GE, not sure if I'll get the time but if so will look at doing that drive

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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Chicka's shoe » March 27, 2016, 1:28 pm

Archer wrote:Cheers chicka and GE, not sure if I'll get the time but if so will look at doing that drive
Enjoy yourselves, it is a pretty cool drive with lots of history on the way too.
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Thombre » April 26, 2016, 1:32 pm

Hey guys heading out on friday for four weeks. Trying to find some foods to take for family that are aussie AF. Im thinking milo tim tams vegemite and caramello koalas.... any suggestions?
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Post by Raider Bell » April 26, 2016, 1:50 pm

Apple pasty.
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Re: The Travel Thread

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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by bonehead » April 26, 2016, 2:09 pm

Hbomb wrote:Hey guys heading out on friday for four weeks. Trying to find some foods to take for family that are aussie AF. Im thinking milo tim tams vegemite and caramello koalas.... any suggestions?
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Thombre » April 26, 2016, 2:10 pm

thanks boney ily bae, let me know if youre heading to a game when i get back I'll make an effort to get there
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Professor » April 26, 2016, 4:30 pm

Raider Bell wrote:Apple pasty.
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by reptar » April 26, 2016, 6:22 pm

On Sunday heading off on this travel itinerary for work. Melbourne - Singapore - London - Stockholm - Munich - Frankfurt - Seattle - San Francisco - Auckland and finally back to Brisbane. Actually staying in London, Stockholm, Munich and Seattle. Over 3 weeks. Fun times.

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Post by Thombre » April 26, 2016, 7:01 pm

What dates are you in stockholm reptar? I'm there I think on the 6th leaving on the 8th of may
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by T_R » April 26, 2016, 10:57 pm

Hbomb wrote:What dates are you in stockholm reptar? I'm there I think on the 6th leaving on the 8th of may
Was just there.

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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Thombre » April 27, 2016, 4:41 am

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Hbomb wrote:What dates are you in stockholm reptar? I'm there I think on the 6th leaving on the 8th of may
Was just there.

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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by reptar » April 28, 2016, 1:48 pm

Hbomb wrote:What dates are you in stockholm reptar? I'm there I think on the 6th leaving on the 8th of may

I arrive on the 8th and leave the 10th.
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Thombre » April 28, 2016, 3:05 pm

Boourns. I am catching a ferry to Turku that afternoon so if you get in early and are keen for a drink let me know xoxo smoochies #weargreenscandiavieen
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Post by bonehead » April 28, 2016, 7:44 pm

Hbomb wrote:Boourns. I am catching a ferry to Turku that afternoon so if you get in early and are keen for a drink let me know xoxo smoochies #weargreenscandiavieen
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Thombre » April 29, 2016, 7:59 am

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Hbomb wrote:Boourns. I am catching a ferry to Turku that afternoon so if you get in early and are keen for a drink let me know xoxo smoochies #weargreenscandiavieen
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Post by Thombre » May 2, 2016, 12:27 am

Just wanted to let you all know Finland Vappu is awesome. Kiitos
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Hbomb wrote:Just wanted to let you all know Finland Vappu is awesome. Kiitos
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Post by Archer » May 3, 2016, 8:20 pm

Just got back from Berlin for a long weekend, loved the place. Hard to say what it was specifically about it though, I guess it just had a "good vibe" (sorry). Or maybe it was because it was one of those holidays where we had no plans and nothing set to see. Not sure, liked it enough to consider whether I want to move there though.

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Post by greeneyed » May 3, 2016, 8:22 pm

Amazing city. A mix of western luxe and alternative. Green spaces and grungy. Liberal social attitudes as well.
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Tough place to get your head around, at least on a short visit. I agree on the vibe, though
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Post by Botman » May 3, 2016, 8:27 pm

I found Berlin to be oddly depressing as a city. The scars are all still so visible. I really enjoyed it there though
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by gergreg » July 27, 2017, 11:19 am

Bumping an old thread.

I'm going on holidays to Korea for a few months and the wife suggested we spend a week or so in Japan. T_R and others, what are some must see things in Japan, with wife and 2 children in tow. I'd really love to check out a bonsai garden and a Japanese style garden which from a quick google are easily accessible in Tokyo. Is there a Samurai museum? What else?
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gergreg wrote:Bumping an old thread.

I'm going on holidays to Korea for a few months and the wife suggested we spend a week or so in Japan. T_R and others, what are some must see things in Japan, with wife and 2 children in tow. I'd really love to check out a bonsai garden and a Japanese style garden which from a quick google are easily accessible in Tokyo. Is there a Samurai museum? What else?
I'd get yourself a rail pass. I went for 2 weeks and spent a week in Osaka and a week in Tokyo. Osaka's a cool city and also a short bullet train ride to Kyoto (lots of temples etc) and Hiroshima. We took the bullet train from Osaka to Tokyo (3 hours and can use your rail pass) so saved on flights.

Both cities are really well equiped with Trains (obviously). Both have a loop line that other lines feed on to. From memory on the tokyo loop line you can get to Shinjuku, Shibuya and Ginza (i think) that all have good shopping, you can also go to Akihabara which is toy and electronic central, kids will love it (i'm a big kid and i did!). I wasn't there for nearly enough time to see everything i wanted to, but yeah if i could give any advice i'd say to get a JRail pass (if its not too cost prohibitive) cos you'll be getting everywhere on a train.... Oh and Ramen! Definitely eat your weight in proper Ramen! that stuff is seriously awesome!

I'm trying to save to get back there with the wife and little one, i love the place. Enjoy mate, seriously jealous!
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by Fuifui Bradbrad » July 27, 2017, 11:47 am

Awesome Gerg,

I'm in the middle of finishing off hotel bookings for my trip next month. Heading to Rome, Corfu, Copenhagen, Prague and Paris for 3 weeks. Around 5 days in each, 3 in Copenhagen.

Any suggestions for a first timer on what to do in each place?
We're checking off Vatican, Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum in Rome.
In Corfu I just want to lay on a beach eating Gyros. Maybe some kayaking, anything apart from that is a bonus.
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Prague, I'm trying to convince Mrs Fui to help me recreate the opening scene in Mission Impossible. She's not that keen. Apart from that, take in the sights. Im reading about a Pilsner factory that's meant to be good.
Paris, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Louvre, the Arc
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Fuifui Bradbrad wrote:Awesome Gerg,

I'm in the middle of finishing off hotel bookings for my trip next month. Heading to Rome, Corfu, Copenhagen, Prague and Paris for 3 weeks. Around 5 days in each, 3 in Copenhagen.

Any suggestions for a first timer on what to do in each place?
We're checking off Vatican, Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum in Rome.
In Corfu I just want to lay on a beach eating Gyros. Maybe some kayaking, anything apart from that is a bonus.
No plans yet in Copenhagen.
Prague, I'm trying to convince Mrs Fui to help me recreate the opening scene in Mission Impossible. She's not that keen. Apart from that, take in the sights. Im reading about a Pilsner factory that's meant to be good.
Paris, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Louvre, the Arc
Prague - Go Karting, Charles Bridge, Astronomical Clock
Paris - Euro Disney (keep in mind the poltergeists in the Haunted house, C3PO etc. will all be speaking French)
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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by T_R » July 27, 2017, 1:35 pm

gergreg wrote:Bumping an old thread.

I'm going on holidays to Korea for a few months and the wife suggested we spend a week or so in Japan. T_R and others, what are some must see things in Japan, with wife and 2 children in tow. I'd really love to check out a bonsai garden and a Japanese style garden which from a quick google are easily accessible in Tokyo. Is there a Samurai museum? What else?
Nice one. I was actually in Korea and then Japan last week.

Tokyo is great, and it's worth a couple of days. Looking for the traditional sites there is a challenge, though - remember the place was fire bombed into oblivion in 1944/5, and there is virtually nothing standing from before that.

I lived in Tokyo for a few years, but when I go back with the kids now it tends to be for an event (we do the Tokyo 7s rugby each year, for example) more than for sight-seeing. I always struggle to find things for the kids to do, outside Disney and Disney Sea (out towards Urayasu, about 20 minutes from Tokyo Station). We end up just wandering around the various neighbourhoods, which is quite nice, but nothing that I'd really think of as a holiday.

If it were I, I'd spend two or three days in Tokyo, then bundle everyone into a car (rentals are dirt cheap, and for four people will save money compared to the rail pass) and head off down to the Izu Peninsula for a night at a traditional onsen (expensive, but it'll blow your mind). From there, I'd hook up towards Fuji and find a place around Yamanakako. From there, you could drive the old nakasendo route. I walked it years ago...500km through the mountains....completely amazing, and if you're looking for that traditional experience it blows Tokyo out of the water. Look at places like Kiso and Nagiso to get an idea of what I mean. You can crash at cheap guest houses in some of those villages that have quite honestly not changed in 400 years. From there you hook back up through Shizuoka to Tokyo and home.

Here's a great option in Izu that I used to stay at for long weekends - https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Hotel_Re ... Chubu.html There are amazing baths there, including a cave in which I once had a slightly awkward conversation with a group of naked 17 year old school girls on a class trip. For the other nights, I've never really stayed in the same place more than once or twice. There are gaggles of options and you won't go too far wrong. Here is a nice option up the nakasendo - https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRev ... Chubu.html

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Re: The Travel Thread

Post by The Rickman » July 27, 2017, 1:37 pm

TR waltzes straight in and **** all over dibbers' rail pass suggestion... typical. I hate that guy.
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