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WTF Back to Buckley

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WTF Back 2 Buckley!

Sunday, with time evaporating faster than water dropped on a car hood in the outback, has once again arrived on our doorstep.

Like an approaching ferocious storm, you, Back to Buckley, have popped onto our Doppler Radar and blown into the Weekly Travel Feature (WTF) fray.

WTF is our new series that features a travel blog or article from across the worldwide web worthy of the highest praise. Those decorated honours, Jess Harding, land solely on your doorstep this week.

Back to Buckley’s layout is visually appealing and easy to navigate. It is image led, but has well-written pros to complement the alluring visuals.

Must-See Snapshots of St Kilda Melbourne, the blog article we are focussing on today, has dozens of thumbnail storytelling images to augment its 12 must-see Melbourne attractions. The article is replete with detail, describing directions and highlighting costs while adding a dash of historical context to boot.

Reinforcing the detailed directions, Jess has embedded a map of must-see snapshots at the tail end of the post. Clear, colourful and concise, the article takes you on a journey that can be bettered only by actually venturing to St Kilda and experiencing the “eclectic art and music culture scene” yourself.

Below is a short excerpt from the aforementioned post.

“Visit the Sunday St Kilda Esplanade Arts and Craft Market and join hoards of visitors shopping for that special one-of-a-kind gift. Dishing up a smorgasbord of hand crafted and locally produced art, craft and homewares, you’ll find stalls stretched along the beach side of the Upper Esplanade, between the big mouth of Luna Park and the Esplanade Hotel.”

Thanks for joining the WTF clan, Back to Buckley. You’re among like-minded friends, all of whom are living with an unbridled desire to meet new people, discover different cultures and saunter across unchartered land.

All images featured on this post are the property of Back to Buckley.

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WTF Two Humans Travel

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Before you wage virtual war or spew messages of distain across our site, we’d like to profess our peaceful, honourable and friendly intentions.

Our brand-spanking new series, Weekly Travel Feature (WTF), is officially fresh off the press and features a travel blog or feature blog article from across the worldwide web worthy of the highest praise.

Two Humans Travel, we are over the moon that you have popped our WTF cherry.

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Suddenly Suncheon

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We arrived at Yeosu Bus Terminal in the early hours (for us anyway) with the intention of going to Boseong Green Tea Field. Unfortunately the next bus wasn’t for three hours so our off-the-cuff selves kicked into high gear.

We jumped on a bus to Suncheon about 10 minutes after Ez preformed a lightning-quick Google search. The freedom and spontaneity of it all, even though Suncheon is only 45 minutes from Yeosu, was quite exhilarating.

From the moment I heard soothing classical music playing overhead while taking a long, overdue pee, I knew Suncheonman Bay was going to live up to expectations.

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So you think you’re moving to Mokpo – not so fast

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With a week of acclimatising under our belts it was off to Mokpo, a small city on the southwest coast of Korea, to start a new chapter.

Or so we thought.

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Traditional janggo on Yeosu’s waterfront

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Banging their drums with precision and intent by the waterside at Woongcheon Beach Park, Yeosu, these ladies delight onlookers by playing janggo, a hypnotic, rhythmic type of traditional Korean music.

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