Lets be real here… At times the thought of leaving it all behind to wander Europe has me dancing around the house with joy. At other times, I’m sh*tting my pants. Here is how I overcome my fears of the unknown.
A must see part of Australia - The Great Ocean Road is a combination of breathtaking landscapes and scenery that has been uniquely molded by harsh conditions of mother nature.
This morning I woke up early, grabbed my camera and headed out the door before the sun had risen. Before I even had the chance for a morning coffee (crazy, I know!). Why would any person in their right mind get up at 6.30am on a Sunday when they could be wrapped up in … Continue reading A morning meander around Fitzroy, Melbourne
After drinking a bottle of wine one night, I finally took that first leap by buying a ticket to Amsterdam to spend at least 4 months traveling around Europe solo. As a self proclaimed scaredy cat and social butterfly, this was not an easy decision to make.
The wonderful town of Wanaka, situated in the South Island of New Zealand well and truly captured my heart. This town marks the beginning of my wanderlust that started many years ago.
As my departure date moves ever closer (4 months to go – Yay!), I have been finding more and more ways to become further inspired for the adventure that lies ahead. One of the many ways I find inspiration comes from reading. I find reading helps paint a picture of the sights, sounds, tastes and … Continue reading 5 Books to inspire travel
The capital city of Cambodia, Phnom Penh is a captivating assault on the senses. Riding along the streets by Tuk Tuk, you instantly become immersed in this crazy harmony of unified chaos. All of the scooters, motorbikes, and the odd car intertwine with what appears to be no actual road rules at all. This combined … Continue reading My thoughts on Phnom Penh, Cambodia