Turning A Dream Into Reality – Part 2

Here I am again 6 months after landing back in Australia, disheartened, exhausted, and ready for Sydney to wrap we up in a warm, comforting, motherly hug. Here I am again ready to spread my wings on yet another audacious journey in the complete opposite direction of the comfort that I longed for only 6…

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Travel and support women’s empowerment with Visit.org

This week we’re celebrating International Women’s Day, a global day bringing light to the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Although these achievements are celebrated every day in many places around the world, this special day marks a global celebration – an official holiday in many countries including Afghanistan, Cambodia, Eritrea, Uganda and…

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7 Tips For Solo Female Travel Through India

India is one of the places on this earth whose culture is truly captivating. It’s so unique and complex that you often can’t compare it to anything else. It’s a place that unless you experience it for yourself, immerse yourself into this great land, it’s often hard to grasp any more than India’s outer layers….

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10 Christmas Gifts That Keep On Giving

It’s that time of year again. The time where everyone rushes out to spend copious amounts of money on copious amounts of things for the one and only reason that is… Christmas. Through all this rush and all this mayhem when we try and buy all the right things for the people we love, and even for…

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7 Responsible Tours To Add To Your Bucket List

We all love travelling, but what’s even better is knowing that your travels are making a positive impact and not a negative one. I’ve teamed up with travel bloggers from around the world to bring you some examples of unique tours that you can participate in which give back, either socially or environmentally, to the world around…

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A Bright Colour On A Dark Painting

It all happened so suddenly really. One minute I was in India, living off Dahl and Roti, breathing in Chennai’s smoggy air and pondering in my empty hostel what my next decision would be? The next minute I was on a plane back to Sydney, 10 months of a rollercoaster journey behind me and home…

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