100 Quick Sustainable Travel Tips

Posted by on Jul 8, 2017 in Eco Travel | 7 Comments
100 Quick Sustainable Travel Tips

Travelling is great for a lot of things. Open-mindedness, confidence, education.. travel is in many ways the greatest teacher and biggest personality builder. But one thing travel isn’t naturally amazing for is the environment. From the actual act of travelling, to staying in hotels and making use of their often detrimental services, to creating the […]

12 Reasons to Love Living in Perth

Posted by on Jul 1, 2017 in Australia | 4 Comments
12 Reasons to Love Living in Perth

I think Perth gets a bit too much bad press. Perth’s main Instagram hashtag is #perthisok, people have nicknamed it ‘the nanna state’ and have dubbed WA ‘wait awhile’. The city is either forgotten about by travelers to Australia and Australians in the Eastern states, or it’s just thought of as a boring city where nothing […]

Free Accommodation in Hobart: Mount Wellington Scout Hut

Posted by on Jun 25, 2017 in Australia | No Comments

Most cities have an impressive skyline of tall, futuristic looking buildings. Hobart has a mountain. Hobart’s like no other city I’ve ever been to; it’s got all of the ease of city life, but still feels like magic is hiding around every corner. And then there’s Mount Wellington. You can catch a glimpse of it […]

How to spend a perfect day in Stanley, Tasmania

Posted by on Jun 18, 2017 in Australia | 5 Comments
How to spend a perfect day in Stanley, Tasmania

While I was on my Tasmania road trip, there were certain places that took me by surprise. The first place I fell in love with (I do that a lot with places – two main ones being Bristol and Byron Bay – if you’re new here, bear with me…) was Hobart, the gorgeous capital of […]

The Old Fire Station Hostel Review – The Best Hostel in Fremantle

Posted by on Jun 2, 2017 in Australia | No Comments
The Old Fire Station Hostel Review – The Best Hostel in Fremantle

Australian backpackers! Wanting cheap, friendly and comfortable accommodation in Fremantle? Take a look at this review of the Old Fire Station to learn about why I think it’s the best hostel in Fremantle and Perth. Nestled in the heart of Fremantle is The Old Fire Station, a unique hostel that’s loved by backpackers. The Old Fire Station […]

Lentil As Anything – Melbourne’s Most Sustainable Restaurant that you need to be supporting

Posted by on May 29, 2017 in Australia | No Comments
Lentil As Anything – Melbourne’s Most Sustainable Restaurant that you need to be supporting

Although Melbourne is a HUGE city, complete with skyscrapers you’d expect to find in New York or Shanghai, it’s still got an amazing community feel. I’m not quite sure how it intertwines booming modernism and personal closeness so seamlessly, but I guess this is why it’s the world’s most liveable city ! One of the […]

The Ultimate Road Trip Around Maryland, USA

Posted by on May 25, 2017 in USA | One Comment
The Ultimate Road Trip Around Maryland, USA

Image via Flickr by scott1346 With picturesque beaches and a glorious waterfront, oodles of history and fantastic wildlife watching opportunities, there’s heaps of reasons to visit Maryland, which is known as America in Miniature. Together, these unique experiences make for a great road trip around the state. The main road trip follows part of the larger Route 50, also […]

Melbourne to Perth Drive Itinerary

Posted by on May 19, 2017 in Australia | 4 Comments
Melbourne to Perth Drive Itinerary

As some of you know, I’m currently on a huge road trip all over Australia. I’m planning on exploring as much of the country as I can and I’m excited to share all of this with you! This Melbourne to Perth drive itinerary will take you to all the best spots along the bottom of […]

Driving Across The Nullarbor Plain : Everything You’ll Ever Need To Know

Posted by on May 6, 2017 in Australia | 10 Comments
Driving Across The Nullarbor Plain : Everything You’ll Ever Need To Know

The name ‘Nullarbor Plain’ exudes a certain air of mystery and compel. The plain spans two Australian states, broken only by the Eyre Highway that is the main part of an Adelaide to Perth road trip. If you’re planning on driving across the Nullarbor, you’ll most likely have been told that you’re crackers, had a few […]

Melbourne on a Budget: How to visit the city with no money

Posted by on May 1, 2017 in Australia | 6 Comments
Melbourne on a Budget: How to visit the city with no money

Australia is expensive, that’s a fact. Melbourne is one of the most expensive places on this huge island, and also one of the places where you can’t get away with a lot of money saving techniques that help out when road tripping or staying in other parts of Australia (like using WikiCamps to find free campsites). But […]

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