Deciding where to go on a year long break feels like an artist with a blank canvas. The ideas are endless and the fear of missing out means carefully curating a dream bucket list. … More We’re off for a year of travel, oh the places we’ll go…
I did it! Completing the three month trial feels more triumphant than it should. Allow me to tell you all about it! Here I share my lasting thoughts about the experience, should you wish to give it a go. … More Project 333: The final thought.
This piece was submitted for the 2019 World Nomads Travel Writers Scholarship. The theme of the story was ‘I didn’t expect to find’ and I decided to write about a recent experience I had in Sri Lanka. … More In Sri Lanka you swerve rather than drive.
It’s happening people! Both Moo and I have officially quit our jobs in preparation for a year abroad. That’s right, we’re packing up, selling up and heading west for, as we put it: “long as the money lasts” and we’re doing that with just 7kgs – carry-on luggage only. … More We Quit Our Jobs!
The vineyards of the Barossa Valley is like a heart pumping blood to the body’s organs and setting off to the region felt like searching for sand at the beach. … More 24 hours in the Barossa Valley, South Australia
Welcome back! In case you missed it, last week was a detailed Part I of our time in South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula. This week I’ll pick up where we left off, on the peninsula’s pinky toe, Corny Point. … More Ultimate Guide to the Yorke Peninsula – Part 2
One month in… how time flies! I have to say I honestly cant remember what else was in my wardrobe before the challenge. So far… I think it’s working. A few people have asked what was included in my 33 items for Project 333. Here’s my list! … More Project 333. One month in: So far, so good.
I have a favour to ask. I’d like to make a call to action – for all Australians. I have a simple task I urge you to consider. That is, to travel the land down under.
Often we are too quick to fly abroad for our vacations, whether it be; to relax, to indulge or be conversant with a new culture. … More How travel can help bring reconciliation to Australia’s first people.
I may be breaking all the blogging rules by giving you the secret in the first sentence but it’s a simple one. The subtle art to the perfect staycation is: Time. … More The Subtle Art of a Staycation.