Blog posts that we couldn’t add to any of our main topics or categories. They’re fun to read and they will surprise you. The mixed bag of blog posts offers it all. Have fun.
We Travel. We Share Stories about heaps of items that Didn’t fit the other blog categories.
Berlin, the capital and administrative city of Germany, is not only known to have hospitable citizens and rich history, but also numerous impressive landmarks, luxurious restaurants, and world-class markets. Whether you intend to visit the city during summer, winter, spring, or autumn, you will definitely get a lot of things to do and see. The […]Read More
Maybe you just came across our travel blog or maybe you’re familiar with our previous stuff (DIY-OE). As we recently launched (re-branded) our travel blog Travel.Geek.NZ we would like to tell you guys a bit more about who we are and what our plans are.Read More
We simply love all these discount airlines in Europe. It’s so easy and cheap to fly around. No matter where you’re flying from there’s always a discount airline (or two) to go for, instead of the regular airlines. Simply look around, compare fares, and you’ll be discovering new countries or cities for a few bucks. […]Read More
There are many options for travelling through Europe as there are so many cheap airlines to choose from. We certainly have a few favourites among the many European airlines. So let’s talk about the orange airline: easyJet, another one of our favourites in Europe.Read More
Well, at least it’s a dream come true… For us that is. A visit to Copenhagen, Denmark has been on our European travel list for a long time. And now that we’ve been to the amazing capital of Denmark we want to share this fairytale trip with you guys.Read More
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is the coolest museum in Melbourne. Probably the best coolest museum in Australia… For film, video games and digital culture geeks. That’s me. This combined with the fact that the Wallace & Gromit and Friends: The Magic of Aardman exhibition was on, it was impossible to walk […]Read More