Cairns, my dear sweet Cairns. We’ve shared some unreal memories as I’ve traveled around you and your ridiculous heat waves but despite the downfalls in our relationship you have made each day that I lived there so awesome that I can’t wait to return. Advertisements
As Luke and I are about to endure on our next project together we are extremely excited to announce we have got a…….CAMPERVAN. Now if this isn’t the news you were hoping for then I’m sorry but not sorry because this is a dream we have been talking bout for quite some time and now … More Roadtripping 101
This year has been a rollercoaster, I have been up mountains, touched the sand in the deepest oceans and learnt so much about myself I honestly didn’t think there was this many layers to a person. All of which came from working hard and trying to picture the light at the end of the tunnel … More Travel 2016 – My top destinations
Check out some of our amazing adventures, From the east coast of Aus to The North of New Zealand!
A big question I get asked before I leave for my adventures is how much money do you need when you travel? I never know what to say because honestly, it solely depends on the person and what their plans are. you can be one of two people, PLANNER or a DAY BY DAY kind … More 3 Ways to make money whilst traveling
CAN YOU BELIEVE IM GOING TO NEW ZEALAND………. Well in two weeks. Although I am far too excited as you can imagine for a totally new adventure I must say how much I am going to miss Australia. It has transformed me into this totally new person who has done so many incredible things that … More The best memories Australia gave me
Majority of people when you leave school, 50% will do the most obvious option and carry on with further education, 40% will quit school and go on a rampage of finding jobs, moving to different countries or settling Down With a family and a secure financial situation. The final 10% go travelling, until they figure … More Why I went travelling?
Name: Kate Pj From: Leeds, Uk
It all started in a Mexican cafe on Chapel street where Harley, Luke and I were discussing our next plans over a $5 burrito. Roadtrip was deffinetly on the cards but when was our main subject of topic, we could go now with a lot of implications with our landlord and managers at work or … More Road trip: Part One (Melbourne to Perth)
2015 is now coming to an end and I thought It would be nice to share with you the majority of the best memories of this year for me, some are crazy some are tiny Moments of joy that only some people would understand the rest are just what have stuck in my mind whilst … More Best memories of 2015
Christmas to some people is the best time of year, you spend the whole time eating, drinking and laughing at home-alone all night long whilst wearing that funky deer jumper your mum bought you the night before. But for me this year is about starting Christmas Eve the Polish way, by eating supper with all … More First Christmas away from home
Even though we spent little time in the big city we found quite a few things to do. Firstly we stayed at this hostel which was pretty much recommended to us all the way from Melbourne, Glenelg beach hostel. It is situated right at the beach with tram stops to your right, shops to your … More Adelaide
As my journey slowly descends to an ending I have finally found time to reflect on my travels and decide which places are my most recommended out of the whole of Australia and why.
Melbourne, my dear Melbourne, how great you was to thee. Melbourne was our location on the 22nd September to meet my brother who was joining us on his first adventure alone.
Perth is home away from home, a section of my travels there. … More Perth
To begin our last day with the Mulgas tour we decided to get up early (no s***) to see the sunrise behind Ayes Rock, This moment was just phenomenal in so many ways. The reason behind it was not just the picturesque moment of watching something many people wont ever see in their lifetimes, but … More Red Centre 5/5
Early morning rise? why yes, yes it was. The alarm went off at 5am this morning only it wasn’t an alarm it was our tour guide throwing logs onto the damp fire. Not only was this the coldest night sleep in all of my 19 years of living but to be woken up to be … More Red Centre 4/5
Today we set off to embark on our first walk of the tour, we had finally reached one of our destinations so why not explore it hey?
So our bus was picking Luke and I up at 6am from our Darwin hostel to depart for our 5 day tour to Alice Springs and Uluru.
We set off bright and early from our house/campsite to start our new adventure to Litchfield National park.
This post is quite late however Ive been extremely busy this past week with traveling to four destinations with no wifi.
As many of you know, being away from home can be a tough situation. Your away from all of your comforts, your pets and most importantly your family and friends. I’ve been away for 7 months now, its been an incredibly hard journey for me because I’m that kind of girl who sets a routine … More Tips on Homesickness
So to recap, Luke and I have been traveling for 3 months now up the East Coast of Australia, Its been one heck of a journey to say I was expecting something completely different. We finally arrived in Cairns in April to start looking for work and to settle down with our friends that were … More East Coast – Cairns
We arrived in Mission Beach for One thing and one thing only…… SKYDIVE. I have to tell you booking a skydive is not as scary as the thought of it five hours before its due. Mission beach was a calm and very quiet town, Id probably say about 3 shops and a Woolworth’s was here … More East Coast – Mission Beach
I am combining these two post’s together because there wasn’t much to say about Airlie Beach. We arrived in Airlie on the monday after Mackay. This place was ten times quieter than the last, there was another man-made beach and a couple of shops thats pretty much it. Over the next couple of days we … More East Coast – Airlie Beach/Whitsunday’s
This post is very short as we only spent 1 1/2 days here. On our first day we arrived in a very barren hostel with practically no one living there, even the front desk person wasn’t around for most of the day. After we had unpacked we had set off to explore the town, there … More East Coast – Mackay
This journey was purposely made to visit Luke’s distant relatives. I had heard of stories about John and kate through the family and Facebook, now was the first time actually meeting them. We arrived late in the evening outside their apartment, waiting to be invited in. Their apartment was in a beautiful location based next … More East Coast – Rockhampton
We arrived in the cool bananas hostel in the middle of the night after receiving a very funny journey from a women who said F****** in every sentence she could possibly make out. Our hostel was right in the centre of Agnes Water so we were literally two minutes away from everything. What you should … More East Coast – Agnes Water
Arrived in Fraser’s on Rainbow at around 7ish, got checked into our overly crowded room of like 12. The hostel was clearly made for partying with an indoor bar and pool tables however we were tired and not in the mood to party. However that is until we made friends with one of our fellow … More East Coast – Fraser Island – Rainbow beach.
Arrived in Noosa by the afternoon so we had chance to walk around the town before the sun sets. The wifi at this hostel was shocking however we found the free wifi phone booths which became a big treat for us. We spent our first day exploring the surf scene which was a lot bigger … More East Coast – Noosa & Everglades
We arrived in Brisbane after a very delayed journey on the coach from Surfers. Since we had the whole day we thought we should check in at somewhere to stay, unpack our things into a very wet and cosy room with 6 other people who smoked alot especially outside our windows and then we decided to get … More East Coast – Brisbane
We crossed the boarder which meant that the time zone was now 10+ hours in front now instead of 12. Queensland is a beautiful place, you wouldn’t think that traveling a few hours north would be any different but it really is. The bus journey was long (premiere) , me and luke were saying that … More East Coast – Surfers Paradise
Arrived in byron bay , just in time to catch the cyclone that was happening all the way up the east coast, which made our situation very miserable until it finally cleared up towards the end of the week. The first thing we did to make ourselfs feel better about the rain and the wind … More East Coast – Byron Bay
So, having spent most of my life living comfortably in my rochdale home I finally set sail to the opposite side of the earth. Australia. Me and my partner, luke set off on the flight from Manchester airport to Abu Dhabi then finally sydney airport after waving our family good bye. Not a lot of people I … More East Coast – Sydney
Arrived into Coffs at 4 in the morning all fuzzy and anxious to be in a new place. we managed to get a taxi to the hostel and we were lucky enough to catch a cleaner to let us in. After we got unpacked we made friends with Jim’s mowing. ( freddy ) We ventured … More East Coast – Coffs Harbour
So, it all starts here…… I arrived in Australia on 29th January 2015 with my partner In crime, only to reinvent our selfs and become the successful people we aspire to be. Since arriving here my lifestyle has changed dramatically trying to adjust to Australia. From a chinese food-loving girl, to veggie yogi who surfs, … More What this is all about…