Kalbarri has become my Australian home. The coastal cliffs are beautiful, the Indian Ocean on my doorstep is ferocious, the fish are fresh from the sea and there is loads to be explored.
I have been in Australia for 3 months nearly and to be honest I’ve been too busy living to write.
In desperate need of escape from Bangkok, Khao Sok is the obvious place to go, I now want to live in a treehouse!
26 hours on a Chinese sleeper train sounds like a terrible way to spend a day, and an hour. Cramped beds, no where to sit, 60 people in a carriage, no air con, no showers, dirty squatting toilets and everyone’s smell. But I would do it again and again.
Beijing is famous for the Great Wall, its 2008 Olympic park and of course it’s smog, but we had blue skies throughout! (Almost.)
So I’ve been thinking about going travelling for a long time. Not just the few weeks in Europe I usually do, not these weekends away to various cities, obviously they are all awesome, and I would recommend any one who reads this should get away more than they currently do! But an extended trip, with […]
Taking a gap year or travelling indefinitely with a chronic disease can be daunting and seem an impossible task, but here are 5 things I’m doing to prepare for it!
So you have been contemplating a solo trip, but unsure whether you’d cope? what is the worse thing that could happen? You meet loads of amazing people? You visit some incredible places you have always wanted to go? Sounds awful.
The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? ‘Who’s bigger?’ a question asked all over the world, and you find some interesting answers in Prague. Guest Post by Faca Enriquez