Brisbane, Australia.

As mentioned in earlier posts we ended up staying in Brisbane twice – once on the way up to Port Douglas and then again right at the end of our trip as this was where we would fly out to Fiji. We spent five days driving from Port Douglas to Brisbane, stopping off in Noosa […]

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Cape Tribulation & The Daintree Rainforest, Australia.

Our day trip to Cape Tribulation marked the most northern point of Australia visited during our two and a half months in the country. A mere hour and 45 minutes from Port Douglas it makes for the perfect road trip by camper or car, however there are also numerous organised tours that you can take […]

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Port Douglas, Australia.

We originally didn’t think we had time to visit Port Douglas, which is a couple of hours north of Cairns and if I’m honest I wasn’t that bothered about going. Matt however voiced his interest and I am so glad he did; Port Douglas ended up being one of my favourite places that we visited […]

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Getting Pummelled by Prisoners – Our last morning in Chiang Mai

After two days of chilling out in Chiang Mai and organising our next steps, finances etc. we got ready to leave for Chiang Rai. Our bus wasn’t until 12.30pm so we decided to wake up early and make the most of our last morning in the old city. Something I had wanted to do since […]

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A Trip to Remember – Mostar

Google Images initially enticed me to Mostar, as one of the first photos that arose from the search ‘Bosnia & Herzegovina’. I took one look at the legendary bridge, towering over the crystal clear stream and knew that I HAD to go. It didn’t take the others much persuading and we managed to fit a […]

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My Top Ten Tips to Maximise Your Savings

When saving up for your next travelling experience, there are lots of things you can do to maximise that precious dollar. Here are ten of mine that I swear by:

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Gap Year No1. -Temples, Tuk Tuks & Pad-Thai

WARNING: This will be an abnormally long post as I am including a months worth of travel into one publication. Fast forward nearly two years from when I first contracted the ‘travel bug’ and at the age of 19 I made the decision that I wanted to travel…alone. I had just finished my A Levels, […]

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How I Caught Wanderlust -The Best Type of Bug to Catch!

The purpose of this blog is predominantly to keep friends and family updated with my travels in 2017, however as I am yet to put any kind of concrete plans in place for this trip I thought I would write about some of my past travel experiences; more for my own sanity than anything else! […]

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