A lot has happened in my last three years of travelling, I've gone from backpacking south-east Asia solo to working my way across Australia, to navigating the winding streets of Europe's cities. I've had over 1,000 days filled with adventures,
I've been putting off writing this post for a while, because quite frankly where on earth do you begin writing about a road trip that covered over 4,000km and ended up being your best experience in Australia? How do you
Unless you're sitting on one heck of a trust fund or you've just won the lottery, Australia is pretty impossible to travel long-term without working. I worked lots of different types of jobs during my first year down under – hospitality
You've booked your ticket, you've quit your job, your visa is ready. You've got a bit of money saved but you've heard how expensive Australia is and figure it won't be long until you have to find a job. But
My first day in the town turned out to be an interesting one, the whole town had turned out for the Charleville Cup, a horse racing championship that took place on the same day as the Melbourne Cup. It gave
I've been a bit off the radar for the past week - don't worry I'm still alive! I've just relocated to the other side of Australia to start my regional work which will qualify me for my second year visa.