WHAT YOU WILL FIND IN THIS ARTICLE A round up of my time Weather Accommodation recommendations How to get around What to pack Flying from Australia Food must-try Miscellaneous facts Some things to do MISCELLANEOUS FACTS – The name Stockholm comes from the words stock meaning “log” and holm meaning “islet.” – Stockholm was built on 14 islands, connected by … Continue reading “How To Spend A Week In Stockholm”
WHAT YOU WILL FIND IN THIS GUIDE 1. A round up of my time 2. Weather 3. Accommodation recommendations 4. How to get around 5. What to pack 6. Flying from Australia 7. Food must-try 9. Miscellaneous facts 10. Some things to do WEATHER Best time to visit: from around the end of September till … Continue reading “Travel Guide: How To Spend Four Days In Hong Kong”
Now that I have travelled more, I kind of have a method to my madness. This is how I like to approach new place, this may or may not work for you. If I only have a few short days, day one is all about doing the classic things, day two and three are about … Continue reading “How To Spend Three Days In Paris”
To preface this article, I just want to let you know how incredibly hard this was to articulate into words. As it was such an emotionally filled journey, no amount of words on paper, or in this case a word document could do it justice. It’s very hard to tell you just how this trip … Continue reading “My Life Changing Trip To Uganda With The Cotton On Foundation”
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Bali was never on the top of my must see countries as it seemed like one of the most touristy islands on earth…but I was pleasantly surprised.
You know you’re on holidays when you’re greeted by men in floral shirts strumming ukuleles. From that moment, I was instantly on Fiji time.
The Andaman Sea is simply beautiful.
And why you should try something new.
While the age old saying of “the destination doesn’t matter as much as the journey itself’, is so cliche, it reigns true and in a way road trips are a metaphor for life: They’re extraordinary expeditions that don’t always have a clear beginning or ending.
Your lifestyle on holidays may be worlds away from your ordinary life, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a loose routine or a loose guide for while you’re away.