The Danakil Depression: Visiting The Hottest, Lowest and Most Inhospitable Place on Earth

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I don’t know where I first learned about the Danakil Depression. For so many places, I remember the Instagram posts, the blogs and the documentaries that have inspired me to visit, but the Danakil? No clue. All I do know is that I can remember wanting to visit this unique corner of the globe since […]

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One Week Road Tripping around Glorious OMAN

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In December of 2018, I spent a week driving around the jewel of the Middle East – Oman. I have done some absolutely phenomenal road trips in my life, and in one short week, Oman became one of the best places I had ever road tripped. Sinkholes, wadi’s, endless desert and incredible forts are just […]

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It’s 2022! These are my 22 favourite trips of all time <3

Happy new year everybody! I truly hope 2022 is a better year for all of us. If I am being honest, 2021 has been quite a hard year for me. I have changed jobs multiple times, moved cities, had multiple surgeries and hospital admissions and been struggling with the state of the world and how […]

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The Perfect Long Weekend on the Eyre Peninsula

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There have been a lot of benefits about moving back down to Adelaide. I have a steady home, a gorgeous fiancee and two beautiful bunnies to come home to every day. However, until recently, because of Covid, South Australia (SA) has remained mostly closed off to the rest of the country, and the world. It’s […]

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11 Things You Need to Know Before Travelling to SUDAN

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There are so many things I love about getting off the beaten travellers track. Cheaper trips, unpredictable adventures, delightful spontaneity and not having to muscle my way through hordes of other backpackers are just a handful of the things that make travelling to the more unusual destinations so worthwhile. However, whilst the spontaneity and ‘venturing […]

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What it’s Like to Spend One Week Backpacking through SUDAN

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When I first started travelling, I was quite excited to visit all the more famous places in the world. I wanted to go London, Paris, Rome, etc, which is what I did. I absolutely enjoyed those trips, but I quickly learned a few things about myself. I do not enjoy the intense hustle and bustle […]

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Trekking with Mountain Gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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When I spent four months backpacking through East Africa in 2018, trekking to see the mountain gorillas in the DRC was at the very top of my bucket list. However, due to security reasons, Virunga National Park closed until early 2019. So, when I started planning a return trip to Africa in 2019, finally making […]

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Onsens, Rollercoasters + Deer! A few more days in Japan <3

After leaving Tokyo, the remainder of our time in Japan would be spent heading to an onsen town, riding rollercoasters at Universal Studios and hand feeding adorable deer in Nara. We also spent some time heading to see the famous snow monkeys – but that was so disappointing I don’t even want to waste time […]

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20 Amazing Places to Visit in 2020

Can somebody please take a moment and explain to me how on earth this decade has already been and gone? I can’t believe that it is already 2020! It feels like I only just started my travelling journey, but it has now almost been eight years since I first ventured overseas. To celebrate the welcome […]

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12 Incredible Things to See and Do in MYANMAR

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I first visited Myanmar in late 2017 and immediately fell in love with it! So when my gal pal Jasmine told be she wanted to go on a little getaway somewhere in South-East Asia together, I jumped at the chance to return to Myanmar. There are a million and one things to see and do […]

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