Visiting the Ningaloo Reef : Everything You Need to Know

Posted by on Aug 21, 2017 in Australia | 2 Comments
Visiting the Ningaloo Reef : Everything You Need to Know

A true Western Australian gem, the Ningaloo Reef is a world heritage site spanning the Ningaloo Coast. At 260 kilometers, it’s Australia’s largest fringing coral reef and in some areas is only a few hundred meters from the beach. Everyone knows Australia for its Great Barrier Reef, but the Ningaloo might actually be the true […]

Amalfi Coast Drive Itinerary for Budget Travellers

Posted by on Aug 17, 2017 in Italy | No Comments
Amalfi Coast Drive Itinerary for Budget Travellers

Italy’s most picturesque coastline stretch; the Amafil Coast is renowned for its jaw-dropping Mediterranean beauty and coastal tranquillity. The UNESCO coastline road spans 60 kilometres and encompasses beautiful towns and villages, all with a unique culture filled with historic churches and quaint old houses. And you can road trip the entire coast by taking the […]

Authentic Things to do in Bali: Beyond the Tourist Traps

Posted by on Aug 14, 2017 in Bali | 2 Comments
Authentic Things to do in Bali: Beyond the Tourist Traps

Bali; the island’s name is synonymous with sunkissed beaches, historic temples and beautiful volcanoes. It never fails to surprise its visitors as there is always something new and exciting to explore – but, although most visitors to the island often end up visiting only the well-worn tourist areas, there is a lot more to Bali. […]

Unique things to do in the Perth Hills

Posted by on Aug 7, 2017 in Australia | No Comments
Unique things to do in the Perth Hills

I think part of the reason why I loved living in Perth for a couple of months was because I had a refreshing take of city; the Perth Hills. I was lucky enough to have some family living there who showed me around the area (and we all know locals advice is always the best […]

Falling in Love With Fremantle: Attractions for Travellers to the Town

Posted by on Jul 31, 2017 in Australia | No Comments
Falling in Love With Fremantle: Attractions for Travellers to the Town

I’ve got issues. I’m constantly flitting around the globe, not wanting to stay in one place for too long, relishing in variety and constantly seeking change, and then I visit somewhere like Fremantle and woah, my heart is captured once more. The latest object of my affections is beautiful Fremantle in Western Australia. Fremantle’s a […]

100 Quick Sustainable Travel Tips

Posted by on Jul 8, 2017 in Eco Travel | 9 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 […]

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