Chasing waterfalls in Iceland

Chasing waterfalls in Iceland

The first time we pass a waterfall on our tour of Iceland we’re driving through the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, the water is cascading in plumes in five to 10-minute intervals down the side of the mountain which borders the road we’re following. Charles looks over at me...

What to pack in your carry-on luggage

What to pack in your carry-on luggage

Long haul flights can be a real nuisance. There’s no way around it, when you live in Australia, if you want to travel, you’re going to have to spend hours on a flight, locked in a confined space. And with many airlines now limiting your carry-on luggage to just seven...

Solo adventures abound in 2020

Solo adventures abound in 2020

Started thinking about your 2020 travel yet? Deciding where to go can be challenging, there’s just so much choice and so many interesting places to see in the world. But to help make that decision just a little bit easier, we’ve announced the first of our 2020 tours...

How to get the best travel photos

How to get the best travel photos

You’ve booked that dream holiday, got the perfect camera to help you capture all those amazing views and now you’re ready to embark on your trip of a lifetime. But before you go, how confident are you in getting the best photos of your trip? We’ve all had those...

Tips to help you sleep on a plane

Tips to help you sleep on a plane

I’m one of those lucky people who always manage to sleep on a plane. Once I fell asleep before the plane had even left the runway, seriously. And it’s not because I’m a great sleeper. At home I often struggle to sleep, but there’s something about flying that seems to...

Five awesome things to do in Hanoi

Five awesome things to do in Hanoi

As any one of my past tour guests will tell you, my favourite thing to do in any city is to get lost. I love nothing more than simply walking the streets, taking in the different sights and smells and truly absorbing the city that I’m in. I love discovering new...

New solo adventure through a European hotspot 

New solo adventure through a European hotspot 

Two’s a Crowd, will take travellers on an amazing adventure through Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia in the latest tour to be added to our line up. It is the first time Two’s a Crowd has offered a tour through the three countries in the one trip.  Company founder and...

From gondola rides to Attila the Hun’s throne in Venice

From gondola rides to Attila the Hun’s throne in Venice

I can’t help but feel like I’ve just stepped into an Angelina Jolie movie. We’re cruising through the canals of Venice, wind in our hair, when we’re handed a glass of champagne. Welcome to Venice indeed. My Two’s a Crowd tour group has just taken the long trek by bus...

How to pack for a trip overseas

How to pack for a trip overseas

I recently posted on social media recommending people start a packing list at least a week in advance, to which my mum responded “a week? I start well before that!” Which got me thinking about how we pack and how we decide what to take when travelling to far away...

Five things to do in Cambodia that don’t involve temples

Five things to do in Cambodia that don’t involve temples

The temples in Cambodia are pretty stunning, there is nothing quite like that image of Angkor Wat reflected in the water. But after a while, the temples – there are about 72 of them – can become a bit like the castles and cathedrals on a European visit. Overwhelming....