We are Steven, Jenna and Henry (sometimes referred to as King Henry or Hungry Henry) and Archie (our Little Super Hero who swapped his cape for Angel Wings) du Preez. The Well Travelled Family was created with one clear purpose- to help as many other young professionals prepare for new experiences- solo or family, city or sea, luxury or unique. We are here to provide our perspective, please feel free to ask… Read More
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Located on the Coral Sea in Tropical North Queensland is the beautiful town of Port Douglas. Known for its beautiful beach resorts and being a base connecting you to the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree National Park.
The luxurious Pullman Sea Temple is exactly that, a luxury resort located in a tropical paradise; arriving at the foyer, you’ll instantly fall in love with this property.
When it comes to planning your trip to Italy, sorting out your itinerary is one thing but understanding the protocol around food and drinks is another! Check out our 7 food and drink tips when visiting Italy.
Are you planning a trip to Cairns, Australia? If you’re trying to decide what hotel to stay at, take a look at our review of the Pullman Cairns International. Find out what we loved and what we didn’t in our detailed review.
The Captain Cook Highway – It’s literally the highway to paradise! Driving from Cairns to Port Douglas is one extremely picturesque drive and if you continue heading up towards Cape Tribulation you will be in awe of the beauty that surrounds you – rainforest on one side and the ocean on the other.
Our overview of InterContinental Hotels Group (“IHG”)’s 12 brands!
Kerala is known as God’s own country – thanks to its abundance of water bodies, hills, dense forests, and scintillating natural beauty. But perhaps for any visitor, the most iconic destination is the backwaters – a rare geographical phenomenon.
A guide for packing for your trip to Europe!
Cairns: The gateway to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Getting to Tropical North Queensland will most likely involve a flight to Cairns and if you have a day or so spare, there are a few spots you can’t miss out on!