The Glovebox (aka the Blog)

The Best Family Adventure: RV Road Trips

There is nothing better than a family vacation. You get out of the everyday school and work routine and do something exciting. There are so many options out there, but if you looking for solid family bonding time, than nothing beats an RV trip. It gives you the freedom and flexibility to go anywhere with the comforts of having a home on wheels.
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Top 6 Tips for Taking on NZ in a Campervan

There is truly no better way to see all that New Zealand has to offer than by traveling around in your very own home-on-wheels. The freedom and authenticity of the whole experience can't be matched. As with any big trip, there are always some tips and tricks that you just wish you had known or thought about beforehand. This list will give you 6 tips I learned from our 50-day road trip through the North and South Island.
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Off The Beaten Track: Top 10 South Island

I'm one of the lucky ones. I actually get to live here in New Zealand where I am still so in awe of just how beautiful a country it is. I have travelled to the South Island on many occasion but this time we chose to go off the beaten track beyond the typical tourist trail. I was not disappointed and neither will you be. Here are my top 10 must do's that you won't find in many guide books.
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Top 10 Most Kiwi Things To Do When Visiting NZ

New Zealand is a dreamland for tourists. From snow-capped mountains to white sand beaches; small picturesque towns, to sophisticated bustling cities, there’s something for everyone. But to get a true feel for what it is to be a kiwi, you need to walk a mile in our jandals (otherwise known as thongs or flip flops!) and enjoy what we enjoy. Here’s the top 10 most kiwi experiences to add to your NZ road trip bucket list!
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Parkes Elvis Festival

If you’re looking for something different to do this summer, then keep in the mind the somewhat silly Parkes Elvis Festival. The Parkes Elvis festival is held in the 2nd week of January every year in the central New South Wales town of Parkes. The date is set to coincide
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Campground Facilities in Australia

By Hugh McInnes Waves crashing on smooth sand, palm branches waving in the wind, crocodiles sunning themselves on rocks, kangaroos caring for joeys in their pouches, koala bears perching in trees, surfers and sunbathers making the most of the sunshine and warmth, shoppers schlepping their purchases through the fashion-savvy streets of
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