Before I get started on this post I want to highlight that my trip to India was a holiday and not a blog trip or a sponsored trip. I’m not trying to sell tours here but I’ve had so many people ask me how I found it and if I would recommend it so I [...]
Living in a campervan is either your idea of heaven or your idea of hell. If you’re on the heaven side of the camp you’ll be thinking about the freedom to go wherever you want, whenever you want. You’ll be imagining camping on beaches and gathering around a campfire while drinking beers under the stars. [...]
I love riding a bike. It’s virtually impossible to be unhappy on a bike (unless you’re going uphill) as you breeze along with the wind in your hair and the sun on your face and without a care in the world. It reminds me of being a kid when my bike was my primary source [...]
It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of all kinds of planes, trains and automobiles. I love the speed, the excitement of going somewhere new and the chance to sit back, relax and stare idly out the window and watch the world pass me by. I was more than a little excited to catch [...]
I’ve made more than my fair share of mistakes while I’ve been travelling but I’m pleased to say that there is one thing that I do pretty well and that thing is packing (except that time I forgot my passport but let’s forget about that.)
I’ll admit it; when I flew business class with bmi with bmi I was like an excitable school girl. I felt like I should have been doing my best to remain cool, calm and composed and blend in with the sleek and stylish travellers that surrounded me but I was far too excited for that kind of sophistication.
After I travelled to Russia I found that so many people said they would love to go but they quite simply don’t know how. Most people don’t know how welcome tourists are, how much flights cost or how they would even go about getting a visa. I didn’t know any of this before I went [...]
The best way to see Australia is to hit the great open road with the freedom of a campervan. Forget the Greyhound or organised bus tours, a real Aussie roadtrip is the only way to do it.
“Try not to think about falling over.”
The article originally appeared in The Hufftington Post. You can read the original article here. Many people take a gap year to ‘discover themselves’ and find out what they really want to do with their lives. Most people take a gap year to have some fun in the sun with a year of beach parties [...]