Disclaimer: explaining the fine-print
The information on the Travel.Geek.NZ website is created with the utmost care. However – just like you – we are human so every once in a while a typo or a delayed update is possible. You are always more than welcome to contact us and point out which area or what text we need to improve. Together we can make this travel website even better than it is. Please keep in mind that some info on this website is time sensitive, things like prices or conditions may change. As we also depend on third-party information (like tips and info from you guys) you can send us an angry email or tweet about it (so we can fix it straight-away) but you cannot hold us responsible.
Copyright and intellectual property
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However, we feel free to share our posts & photos - without changing 'em - and make sure to link to the source aka this travel blog. Sharing is caring as long as it isn't stealing.
On the Travel.Geek.NZ website, there are these underlined or bold thingies called hyperlinks. If you click on them, you'll go to some other website (duh, internet 101). As Travel.Geek.NZ doesn't have any influence on the content of these websites, visiting them is at your own risk. No worries, we will never send you to dodgy websites. All links on our website are Travel.Geek.NZ approved, meaning we check before we publish.
We understand that you want to create your travel plans 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year, so we will do our utmost best to make sure our website is always available. However, we do need to do some updates or maintenance every once in a while so occasionally (usually in the middle of the night) the site might be down for a few minutes. Again you can send an angry email or tweet but we cannot be held responsible. The same goes for technical issues outside our control.
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Okay, that's it for the boring legal stuff. Now it's time to be inspired by our blog posts and plant your next trip. Have fun.