The hype around Whitsundays is definitely well deserved. The beaches are absolutely stunning and the crystal clear water is something out of a dream. If you have a chance to go on a sailing adventure here, do not pass up on the opportunity! After two weeks of solo travel, I finally met my hometown bestie in … Continue reading Whitsundays sailing adventure
If you're traveling the East Coast of Australia and you want to dabble with the many group tours that are offered to backpackers, definitely choose Fraser Island. I'm pretty biased as I haven't been on any other group tours, but Fraser Island through Pippies Beach House is fantastic. It was recommended to me by another backpacker friend … Continue reading Fraser Island
I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t completely MIA this week. I’ve been unreachable partly because my computer and phone died (and I never found, or even tried to find an outlet), but mainly because I’ve been enjoying Byron Bay so much. Its been an experience and I’ve been quite busy just soaking it all … Continue reading Paradise in Byron Bay
Backpacking...how do I afford it? Great question! I barely do! 🙂 As a first time solo backpacker, I am learning everything as I go. I've already had a few people ask me how do I manage to travel through Australia, South East Asia and New Zealand--financially and just generally. It's a great question, so bear … Continue reading Backpacking: How do I afford it?
I spent the past four days in Sydney and it was incredible. So incredible that I barely filmed anything! This mistake is dually noted for the rest of my trip. How am I suppose to make edits with barely any footage? Rookie mistake! Anyway, here is a very short edit that I put together of … Continue reading Sydney: Video
I arrived barely a week ago and I feel like I've already been here for a month. Sydney was fantastic: the architecture, people, food and scenery were all great, just to name a few. I'm not much of a city girl so I am excited to get to Byron Bay, which is allegedly the best … Continue reading Onward to Byron Bay
I really admire how the people of Sydney take advantage of the outdoors. People were everywhere playing rugby, frisbee, soccer and participating in fitness bootcamps. Plenty of people were having picnics or just laying in the grass, too. So, I followed suit and took a nap in the grass like the locals. When in Rome, … Continue reading Sydney: Hangout Central