Papua New Guinean living in Cairns, Australia. Weekend getaway adventurer and Free-Independent-Traveler (FIT). Lover of unique and exotic travel experiences with a touch of luxury. I became a freelance blogger in 2017. Living in Cairns city, but I spend most of my time in my country side home in Atherton Tablelands when I am not at work. This blog is for my love of traveling and sharing all my favorite travel stories and tips with you, to help you make the most out of your own trips!
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Thank you for taking a peek inside akamau that focus on the open road travel stories. With akamau, your travel adventure starts here. Please be sure to visit our travel blog and look at the travel stories might be just right for your next adventure. Travelling is all about broadening our mind and understanding and most importantly, seeing the world from different perspective.
akamau delivers travel stories that has been experience to inspire readers and followers for your next travel plan
Travel is like a book, for those who not, only ready one page.Saint Augustine
My passion for travel began as a childhood and over the years, I have travelled extensively to many different locations globally and photographed many along the way. These destinations, I have visited has taught me many different and varied experiences from cultures to lifestyles and from pioneer history to ancient ruins and from general knowledge to self-satisfaction. In sharing my amazing travel adventures will hopefully one day inspire and motivate others to travel to see the world.
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