I spent two weeks in Chiang Mai to unwind after Nepal. I went straight from working 45+ hours a week to hiking to the base of Mt Everest and it wa time for this gal to have a holiday. This … Continue reading Chiang Mai in Visuals
“Don’t make eye contact, don’t look, don’t look! Okay run, RUN!” The three of us bolted, following the zig-zag pattern that our guide was doing to throw them off course. My camera bag bounced against my hip as I ran, … Continue reading The Day I Got Chased By A Rhino
This morning was an early start. C and I had to be at the bus station 6:15am for our bus to Pokhara and after a pretty cruisy couple of days, it was a bit hard to function at this hour … Continue reading Peaceful Pokhara
Back into the craziness Kathmandu and it wasnt long before I was wishing I was still high in the mountains where it was a bit cooler and quieter! Kathmandu is a dusty, hot jumble of people, motorbikes and stray dogs. … Continue reading Exploring Old Kathmandu
After a pleasant “rest day” yesterday it was time to get back into hiking higher towards Base Camp. This morning brought another magical view from my windows. The mornings were so crisp and clear that all the mountain peaks surrounding … Continue reading EBC Trek – Namche to Tengboche
Even though staying so long in Chile wasn’t originally on the cards, I was so glad I got to see some of this amazing country. That’s one of the best things about travelling; your plans can change in an instant! … Continue reading Back in Lima (and getting sentimental)
Ahh GoPro, the once unknown brand that has become a household name. What was once specialised camera for action sport lovers, has transformed into an everyday camera. Every man and his dog know owns one. In fact, GoPro just released … Continue reading GoPro – Not Just An Action Camera.
Here’s my very first published article!!! Super dooper excited that Matador Network featured this piece. Hopefully there will be more to come! 10 signs you’re an Australian country kid Continue reading 10 signs you’re an Australian country kid
I confess, I’m a serial travel researcher. I’m a little ashamed to admit the amount of hours I spend scouring the Internet, books and magazines. Always trying to discover new places, new things to see and adding more and more … Continue reading The Problem With Travel Today..
In recent months I have noticed the abundance of articles, stories and quotes on why you should travel. Whilst I think all of them are 100% true, I have to question why it’s so important for people to have a motive to travel? Do we now need a quote from a very important person or a picture of the Eiffel Tower with words saying ‘Just Go’ to justify why we want to see the world? I won’t lie here, I too am inspired by travel stories and have my fair share of travel quotes stashed away, but the sole reason … Continue reading Why You Should Travel..