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Where should you travel in April? The Ultimate Year-Round Travel Guide

Posted on October 28th, by Peter Parkorr in Everywhere, Roaming Resources. 6 comments
If you could travel in one month of the year forever more, which month would you pick? My first thoughts jumped to April, when I was asked to take part in The Ultimate Year-Round Travel Guide for the British Airways ‘High Life’ blog. In this collaborative series, twelve top bloggers will each talk about travel for a specific month of the year.…

Snowboarding in Niseko’s Deep Powder Snow, Japan

Posted on April 19th, by Peter Parkorr in Japan, Picture Perfect. 3 comments
A quick photo for you today from a winter well spent in deep snowy Japan. That’s right! You can snowboard in Japan, and I had a whole ski season of fun in snowboarder’s Mecca and powder heaven Niseko, on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. Powder hounds from all over the world come here to experience the very unique style of snowboarding in Niseko.…

5 Great Ways to Travel for Free!

Posted on September 3rd, by Peter Parkorr in Everywhere, Roaming Resources. 12 comments
One of the greatest benefits of world travel is getting to see how different people around the world live their lives. This article gives you some of the best ways to travel for free, and see everything you’ve ever dreamed of without breaking the bank. No matter where you are from, if you are interested in the greater metaphysical questions (What’s the point of Life?…

Great places to see before you die

Posted on August 16th, by Peter Parkorr in Categories, Travel Tales. No Comments
A list of great places to see before you die, from me, because these are all places I’ve seen and things I’ve done! While progress on TravelUnmasked is slow and steady, my whereabouts in the world has been anything but. In the last few months (and years) I have travelled a lot, and blogged very little. But this does mean that I have hundreds of great photo’s and loads of great stories from the mix of places I’ve been.…