Why fruit picking? If you’ve seen any of my social media updates over the last three months, you might be wondering; why is she working on a farm? Well I wasn’t doing it for fun, that’s for sure. Like many others, I love Australia so much, I decided one year is not enough. Easily solved? … More 88 Days a Fruit Picker
As a ‘long term’ traveller, most of my social media accounts show my day to day adventures. I also follow a lot of other backpackers on social media, who paint a similar picture; that everything is always good. We must seem to always be lounging on beaches, exploring national parks, and living in crazy … More Travelling: what our social media accounts don’t show you.
Find Part one and Part two here! The trip continued After the car breaking down, and getting to stay the night with a wonderful family, I continued on my way. The car hire company reluctantly gave me a replacement for the rest of my trip. It was actually a lot nicer than the previous, except that it was smaller, … More Tasmania Road trip part 3
Find part one here The break down In one sense I could be referring to my car breaking down- but it was an extremely stressful situation, so I guess you could be referring to me having a mini breakdown on the side of the ride, in the middle of nowhere… At this point I have gotten bored … More Tassie road trip part two; the breakdown
A new adventure. Driving around the beautiful island of Tasmania. The driving: So I haven’t driven since I passed my test. Which was a while ago. I wasn’t actually sure if I could remember how to drive. To start with I was pretty nervous, other drivers kept signalling me to speed up. Once I’d driven … More Tassie Roadtrip Part 1
2016 is at an end; and this year has gone so quick. Social media wise, everyone has been complaining that 2016 has been the worst year yet and they can’t wait for it to be over. But for me it has been a fantastic year. I feel like I have accomplished more in the last … More A new year; the adventure continues.
After living in a hostel for three months, I’ve just moved into my own room for a while; just to save money over Christmas. Living in hostels has been the best. I wouldn’t have wanted to experience the places I have been to in any other way. Over Christmas and new year, the prices soar; … More Flying the hostel nest
I visited the elephant nature park when I first arrived in Thailand (before I started writing about my adventures). It was such a magical experience that I think it deserves a place on my blog! If you asked me to recommend something to do whilst visiting Thailand, the elephant nature park would be straight up … More Gentle giants: the elephant nature park Chiang Mai
“In school you’re taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson.” Tom Bodett I have been travelling alone for three months and it has taught me a number of important lessons; a lot of useful things that I’m now carrying with me… The world … More 10 things solo travel has taught me
“Where we love is home- home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.” Oliver Wendell Holmes Sydney is incredible. I would probably go as far as saying it’s one of the best cities I have had the pleasure of visiting. In the months leading up to my Australian adventure, the decision as to … More Falling in love with Sydney: a home away from home.