One of the final activities of my Thailand trip was visiting an elephant sanctuary. I'd been looking forward to it for 3 weeks and it seemed surreal when the van pulled up and we plonked ourselves down on the benches and prepared ourselves for a long drive. Warning: these vans are NOT comfortable and if … Continue reading Chiang Mai Elephant Sanctuary
A random assortment of GoPro clips from my whistle-stop tour of Cambodia. Apologies for the lack of editing skills - we all have to start somewhere!
When I arrived in Australia, I didn't have a clue where to begin. I knew I wanted to travel up the coast but I had done very little research. Most of the people I met in my hostel has booked their entire trip in one go, using the services provided by companies like Mad Travel … Continue reading East Coast Trip: Planning your journey
Every year, Sydney turns on the lights and puts on a show. The festival is named Vivid! and it doesn't just encompass the famous light installations - there are also lots of gigs and workshops to attend (okay so I didn't go to any but I assure you they happen). But anyways, the main attraction: … Continue reading Vivid!
Yesterday, I dragged a slightly hungover Ash out of bed in order to continue my beach quest. My lovely friend Dan had recommended Balmoral beach a while back, so I decided it was the perfect day to go explore. The sky was blue and the sun shining as we hopped on the bus (25 minutes … Continue reading Beautiful Balmoral
I love the beach. The sound of the waves, sand beneath my toes, sun warm on my face... bliss! So I decided to try and visit lots of the many beaches which Sydney has to offer in a quest to find my all time fave. It's a work in progress but here's where I've got … Continue reading Being a beach bum in Sydney: a guide
Pho is actually pronounced 'fur'. Should you want to eat very nice pho then hop on over to 'Pho 2000', which was renamed surprisingly in the year 2000 to commemorate President Clinton eating there. If you have a death wish then please do rent a scooter here. The roads are packed, dangerous and if you … Continue reading Things I learnt in Ho Chi Minh: