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Best Instagram Travel Photos: Weekly Roundup
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Best Instagram Travel Photos: Weekly Roundup

  Have you guys been on Instagram lately? People are absolutely killing it with their photos. I could spend hours browsing travel hashtags, drooling over the all the gorgeous shots. We’ve decided to round up some of our favs from this week and give them the shout out that they deserve. All photos are (of course) reposted with permission from the photographer and their username is in the link below. Check out their accounts because these peeps are seriously talented. […]

Big News: We Reveal Our Next Destination!
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Big News: We Reveal Our Next Destination!

  Hey Movers, have we got a big announcement! As most of you know, we’ve been taking a travel break this year to reenergize and save up money. I am currently at home in the US enjoying some fine California summer and attending some of my best friends’ weddings. I’ll be returning to Australia in a few weeks and Jules and I will be spending the rest of the year in Melbourne. We’ll be working, enjoying summer later this year […]

Best Travel Tips From Our Favorite Bloggers Part 3
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Best Travel Tips From Our Favorite Bloggers Part 3

It’s time again for some of the best travel tips from our favorite bloggers! This weeks addition looks at the best way to save on accommodation. Most travelers would agree that the cost of accommodation is the one thing that eats away at your precious savings the fastest, therefore, if you can cut some corners you’ll definitely be able to stretch out that trip at least double the length. This week our favorite travel bloggers give us some of their […]

Friday Faces: Carlos of San Salvador
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Friday Faces: Carlos of San Salvador

Meet Carlos! We came across this cheeky little niño while exploring the backstreets of San Salvador city center one sunny afternoon. After stopping by the market stalls to look for some bargains we came across Carlos’ parents stall. They were selling the standard El Salvadorian staples; beans, corn, tomatoes and onions and we needed to pick up something for dinner. While making a few purchases we noticed Carlos slowly coming towards us with an all too familiar curiosity. While in […]

Don’t Forget To Move Celebrates a One Year Blog Anniversary
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Don’t Forget To Move Celebrates a One Year Blog Anniversary

    Yay it’s our birthday! Well technically we’re a little late, but there’s a good reason. The anniversary of Don’t Forget To Move also falls on my birthday, so the celebrations of last weekend had me temporarily sidetracked. I must be getting old, because I certainly don’t recover as well as I used to. But I’m back on track now after a small break. As we sit back (within our respective countries) and reflect on the year that has […]

On The Road To Big Sur
North America / Photography

On The Road To Big Sur

  Get ready guys, cause this one’s a bit of a throwback. This photo series comes from a family road trip in September of 2011. Yep, 3 whole years ago. And by “family roadtrip” I mean my parents and I making last minute plans to drive down to Big Sur while my brother was at Burning Man doing, well.. whatever it is you do at Burning Man. For some people, taking a road trip as an adult with your parents would […]

Photo Gallery: Classic Cars in Cuba
Cuba / Photography

Photo Gallery: Classic Cars in Cuba

    Ask someone to name a few iconic features of Cuba and chances are they’re going to mention cigars, Che Guevara, salsa, rum and the classic American cars that have been frozen in time (just like Cuba’s imports since the blockade began in the early 1960s). And while Cuba definitely has a lot more to offer than simple tourist features and happy snaps, if you’re looking for a couple of awesome travel pictures you need to get yourself to Cuba […]

Fun and Danger at the Abandoned Santa Ana Water Park
Central America / El Salvador

Fun and Danger at the Abandoned Santa Ana Water Park

  Ever spent time in an abandoned amusement park and thought of zombies and post-apocalyptic scenarios? This story doesn’t go quite that far, but it does contain men wielding shotguns and extremely dodgy water slides. At the time of visiting we were staying in Santa Ana with Jose, a friend of Christine’s family in the States. Jose had returned home to visit his family in El Salvador at the same time that we were passing by, so it worked out […]