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.
After realising first hand the quality of life in Australia, your desire to stay grows more and more. The beautiful weather, the abundance of nature and wildlife as well as the accommodating citizens and high pay rate makes you wonder why you would ever want to live anywhere else. Even if you’ve never been, there … More Want to Stay? A Piece of Advice for Backpackers in Australia.
As I sat with the other travellers living in the hostel, I couldn’t help but notice the coalition in front of me. All from different parts of the world gathered at the table surrounded by music, alcohol and cigarettes, trading stories of their past and would be futures. Sharing exotic fruits one brought from the … More Fleeting Friendships
I know I haven’t been doing as well as I should in terms of updating my blog with new entries, only because a lot has been going on. I have been living and working in The Daintree Rainforest for the past three months which has been an incredible experience not only for inspiration but also … More Why Travel?
It has been just over 2 months since I arrived in the secluded paradise of Cape Tribulation, north of The Daintree River in North Queensland. If you have read my previous post “Life At The Beach House” I wrote about my experiences of this alternative lifestyle as well as my plan to embrace the jungle … More The Right to Live.
Cape Trib Beach House. Cape Tribulation, Queensland. Australia. As I waited for the ferry to take the bus just north of the Daintree River, I started to get excied as to what this new adventure will bring. Having spent most of my life living in cities, the thought of leaving this convenience would have once … More Life at The Beach House.
Bellingen, New South Wales. A former travel companion once spoke so highly of a place just off the east coast of Australia, where she believed that it was the only place she truly felt herself. Where all her insecurities disappeared and felt at peace. I didn’t believe her. I didn’t believe such a place could … More A Place To Heal
On my fourth visit to Manila, the city where I was born, there were many things that I had noticed, which in the past, would not have crossed my mind. 16 years ago, my family and I migrated to England and since then, I only ever saw The Philippines as “the place where my extended … More The Philippines and its Humble Beauty. Part 1: Family Values.
What I had learnt whilst living on the road. It’s been four weeks since Cairns, Australia. Where this trip began. For the past ten months, I have constantly moved from one place to another. Lived out of my bags and haven’t had a permanent residence to call home. I’ve lived on the sofas of my … More Life On The Road.