It’s crazy to think how time has gone by so quickly. I remember landing in Melbourne 10 months ago so clearly like it happened yesterday. Now I’m back. To go out the same way I came in. To finish where I started. I will be flying out to Manila very soon which will mark the … More Last Stop, Melbourne.
After having lived in the desert for around 3 months, no words could describe my excitement to once again be reunited with the ocean. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely loved all the contrasting features the Australian Outback had. The clear blue skies almost everyday, the super hot days and extremely cold nights, the abundance … More The Great Ocean Road and The Grampians.
Your humble beauty may not be for all but I was in awe when I first met you. Your bright blue eyes which sparkled like the stars at night. You welcomed me into your arms, made me feel at home and despite the stories they told me about you, I felt comfort after I got … More My Dearest Alice.
With just over a week left, I’ve decided to reflect on my time here in the Red Centre of Australia’s Northern Territory. A place where I heard so many contradicting stories prior to my arrival. So many, in fact, that each story whether good or bad made me want to journey into the desert, even … More Why I Stayed in Alice Springs.
To all those that want to visit. Please do not climb Uluru. It is not a place to conquer. Have respect for the Anangu as this site is sacred to them. Beneath the sound of a hundred shutters, I heard the wind as I gazed upon the sky’s colours transform whilst the sun rose from … More Uluru.
Around this time a year ago, I was living on my boss’ sofa in Cambridge, England. I had been living there for about 3 months by this time, to save for my trip to Australia and they have been very kind to offer me this space in exchange for working at the restaurant they were … More My 25th Year.
249 days have passed since I arrived in Australia. In that 249 days, I have been in many contrasting environments and have experienced different lifestyles. I have seen animals which were previously foreign to my eyes and have met countless of people so different from myself as well as each other. From the trendy city … More Day 249.
For those unfamiliar with the concept of “Van Life”, It is essentially choosing a life, living on the road. Investing money in building the perfect mobile homes as opposed to houses or apartments. Some undergo this lifestyle for months or even years, saving a substantial amount of money beforehand, picking up odd jobs on the way, … More Introduction to Van Life, Australia.
After having recently quit my job as a Chef at a resort in The Daintree Rainforest, I told myself that, that was it. The final straw. I was done with the long days and the rush. Feeding over a hundred people in the space of a few hours. The lifestyle no longer appealed to me … More Have kitchen experience? This is the perfect time to travel Australia.
Over two weeks have passed since my departure from The Daintree Rainforest. A place which I am very proud to have called a home away from home. Apart from the historical, cultural and natural aspects of this secluded paradise, The Daintree is not just a location for tourists to maul over and admire, but also … More My time at The Daintree Rainforest.