Back in January i wrote a post titled' A Travel Inspired Nursery: A Personal Touch' all about my vision for my baby boy's nursery and i promised to update when it was finished. I had hoped to bring a "baby-boy-friendly, subtle feeling of adventure to the room". I had chosen the obvious colour palette of white … Continue reading A Travel Inspired Nursery: Update!
There appears to be hope out there for those that want the work/life balance and the chance to make a living out of travel. I have read many blogs with titles such as ‘The Top 10 Travel Jobs’ that include everything from travel blogger/photographer to tour operator or TEFL teacher, that claim to be the … Continue reading Travel jobs to ‘kill’ the travel bug.
Just today I came across a link to an STA Travel article written about a competition i won back in 2012.. no i wasn't googling my own name, honestly! I had won back the cost of my flights from the UK to Australia up to the value of 1,000 pounds! Sod's law would have it that … Continue reading Flashback to STA’s Travel Competition 2012!
No visit to South-East Asia is complete without a trip to Cambodia's World Heritage Temples of Angkor complex that covers more than 400 kilometres. Although home to hundreds of temples in various structural states, the most renowned and iconic temple is Angkor Wat. As mentioned the Temples of Angkor site is huge! However, there are many … Continue reading Cambodia: The Temples of Angkor- A Photo Diary
Dear Dad, It’s been 13 long years since I last saw your face, since I waved goodbye to you in the back of that ambulance whilst my head nestled into mum’s protective embrace. The thing is Dad, It was like I always knew I was going to lose you. The day you and mum parted … Continue reading A letter to you, Dad.
The biggest question all travellers to Australia ask is, “how can I stay longer?” You’ve fallen in love with the weather, the laid back lifestyle and all the other fantastic things Australia has to offer but your working holiday visa is up and you’re not ready to leave. So, what’s next!? There are a number … Continue reading Living the Aussie Dream : How not to fall for the sponsorship trap!
Steeped in over 100 years of gold rush history, Laverton is the starting point of the Outback Way which links Kalgoorlie and the Northern Goldfields with Alice Springs and Winton in Queensland. In 2012 I arrived in the regional town of Laverton to complete my 88 days of regional work for my second year visa. I … Continue reading Australia: The little town of Laverton