Our arrival into Milos was a lot like a first date. Our Airbnb host Sophia was picking us up from the port (after a two hour ferry from Sifnos) and with her description: “I’m parked in the carpark, near the taxi’s, in a red car” we discreetly scanned the area after disembarking. In the distance, … More Milos, Greece – An Introduction
Before I head off to walk the European Peace Walk (today!!), I interviewed Dan to ask him a few questions about why and how the camino pull’s us in. Truthfully, I owe a great deal to Dan, after walking the camino myself he helped me put a few things into perspective and if it weren’t … More Interview with Camino Legend: Dan Mullins
It’s no surprise the first thing people ask me when I tell them I’m going travelling with my boyfriend for a year is – How? How could we possible afford it, and all whilst living in Sydney? … More How the heck can we afford to travel for a year? Part One
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…
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.
Welcome to Orange! Where you can sip the afternoon away, nibble on tantalising cuisine and even pick your own fruit for your own assembled cheese platter, everything but oranges as we soon discovered. … More 24 hours in Orange, Australia
In an effort to see more of my own country, I imposed the challenge on myself five years ago. Since then it’s taken me to destinations I’d not normally would have traveled and I’m thrilled to state that I’ve now visited all states and territories in Australia. This year I made it to South Australia. … More Ultimate Guide to The Yorke Peninsula – Part 1
So…your next holiday is on the horizon, work (& life in general) is becoming increasingly time consuming and you’re feeling the need to start making a few necessary reservations. This is me: always. … More 5 things I do to plan a vaycay
If I may be so self indulgent, here’s a list of where I’ve been this year. Read on for my favourite destination visited in 2018. … More My year of travel, a 2018 recap!
Left it to the last minute? Again? Ha, yeah I hear you. If the thought of going Christmas shopping has you feeling full of fear and dread – join the club. I loathe nothing more than aimlessly dawdling through malls, markets and marketed shop fronts looking for that ‘perfect’ gift. Check out my ethical guide to gift giving. … More Last Minute Gifts For Ethical Travelers