Well, what an experience that was! For someone who has never done an over night hike before, and to be honest not a whole lot of exercise period, it was challenging to say the least. Over 80km walked over 6 days without all of life's little luxuries that we so often take for granted. No … Continue reading Overland Track
I remember making sand cakes and selling them on my boogey board. I remember directing, choreographing and starring in the annual concerts performed in the kitchen. I remember walking up to the RSL for dinner and begging mum and dad to go on the rides on our way home. I remember walking up the street … Continue reading It’s the memories that a place holds that keeps it close to your heart.
This last month I have been in Los Angeles attending an acting program at the New York Film Academy. For as long as I can remember I have always been interested in acting. Having just graduated from University and still on the look out for a job I figured, why not? I am all about … Continue reading L.A.
Rather than doing a post about MY bucket list and where and what I want to do in my life time, I have decided to make a list of things I have already done, and what I think you should be adding to YOUR own bucket list>>> In no particular order: Celebrate New Years Eve's … Continue reading Add it to your bucket list!
Travelling through Vietnam and Laos was definitely an incredible experience that I would recommend to everyone to visit at least once in their life. It is a culture totally different from our own, and place with so much colour and adventure, and a place where you can truly appreciate what you have. I really didn't … Continue reading Insider Guide: Vietnam
Besides a three day stop in Thailand I was yet to explore any of South East Asia, so I was super excited when my two best friends and I decided on Vietnam and Laos as our next travel destination. Vietnam/Laos involved a lot of crossing chaotic roads without looking, bike riding, scooter riding (sorry parents), Pho Bo, … Continue reading Picture Highlights – Vietnam.
At 19 years old I caught a one way to ticket to London with my two best friends. We had booked two weeks accommodation in London at the Generator Hostel, and were hoping to find a place to live and get a job within that time. We couldn't be more wrong! Two weeks turned into four … Continue reading 5 Things To Do In – London
I always find myself dreaming of my next travel destination, especially if I have just come back from somewhere, the post travel depression usually hits me pretty hard. Currently, my plans look to be pointing towards South East Asia, Vietnam and Cambodia are sounding pretty good, with my two best friends! The plan is to … Continue reading Where to next ??
New York City has been one of my most favourite cities visited so far. Not at all overrated, New York has definitely earned it's name of 'the city that never sleeps'. Day or night, New York City showcases a picturesque landscape of big buildings, bright lights and endless opportunities! Here are my top 5 things … Continue reading 5 Things to do in – New York City!
This week I ventured down to Melbourne with some family for a girls Tennis trip. After a not so great start - loosing my phone after leaving it on the plane - we jumped into a taxi and were on our way to the city, staying at Southbank! Having only been to Melbourne when I … Continue reading Melbourne.
I have to admit I was very unorganised leading up to my trip to South Africa. I pretty much just paid what money I had to, jumped on a plane and arrived at Johannesburg airport ready to meet my group leader. I did little to no research on South Africa or any of the cities … Continue reading This Is Africa.
Volunteering abroad. Have you thought about it? Considered it? Has it ever crossed your mind? If so I suggest you jump it up straight to the top of your 'must do in my life time' list or what most of us call it a bucket list. Currently jet lagged and sleep deprived I have just … Continue reading ISV
So today is the day! I am jet setting off to South Africa for the next four weeks. I am so excited, but like always I have left the packing right up until the last minute! What does one pack for South Africa? Well . . . I have no idea! We will be volunteering … Continue reading Packing For The Plane.
Galeries Lafayette- rooftop view.Paris is one of my favourite Cities. I have travelled there twice now, and although I loved it the first time, I loved it even more the second time!The second time I was less concerned about ticking off a mental check list of all the must-go-to tourist attractions, and more focused on … Continue reading 5 Things To Do In – Paris.
San Sebastian was one of my favourite places when I was travelling Europe. Besides my accommodation, which turned out to be more of a communal pot house rather than a hostel, San Sebastian was amazing.Set on the coast in the Basque area of Spain, San Sebastian portrays a laid back beach lifestyle enriched with amazing … Continue reading 5 Things to do in- San Sebastian.
Travelling Europe for the first time?There are so many places to see and so many different ways of doing it, it is hard to know what the best option is.After tossing up whether or not to do a Contiki tour I decided to go with Busabout and I would happily recommend it to anyone looking … Continue reading Travelling Europe!?!
Looking back on my travels over the two years, there are a lot of things I would do differently in the future. I have learnt a lot from travelling: 1. To pack light- there is no need to have five different pairs of high heels shoes when backpacking;2. Spend the money wisely- spending half your … Continue reading Travel lessons.
I have been lucky enough to do a bit of travelling in my short 22years. After one year of university my two best friends and I headed to London, and with only two weeks accommodation pre booked ‘the world was our oyster’! The plan was to stay a year and then come home and finish … Continue reading The travelling bug.