You’ve got the Sydney Harbour and the neighbouring New South Wales countryside on your must-see list. However, you’re not in the mood to deal with the chaos of battling other busy and harried tourists.  Maybe you feel like relaxing with your significant other on an excursion where you can sip wine and just bask, Read More

When I picked up from the bookshelf, ‘Twenty Chickens for a saddle’ I only read its tagline: The story of an African Childhood. I paid the book and left the bookstore in Kingscliff, NSW. Rode my bike as fast as I could, made a nice cup of coffee and read the whole book in, Read More

Planning an entire gap year can seem like a really intimidating task that will take a lot of time and effort. Regardless of the type of trip you want to take and how long you plan to travel for, break it down into small sections so you don’t feel overwhelmed. Read as many travel, Read More

Traveling long distances can sometimes mean spending long hours at an airport or train terminal, which can lead to terminal boredom. Waiting out connecting flights or trains can be maddening, and minutes become hours in the tedium. Why not escape the confines of the train station or airport and turn a layover into an, Read More

To the untrained eye, my passport it’s an ordinary little book. Dark cover, heavy stitching. But it happens to be the most important book I own. It’s my identification:  it shows where I’m from, where I’ve been, and where I’m allowed to go. It takes me to places and also allows me to go home. It’s a, Read More

I didn’t know them, I have never heard about them, until the day a friend send me a message about them coming to Australia. After checking their facebook profile and blog I knew I needed to meet up with Joana and Tiago on the Australian leg of their humongous project – a hitchhiking world, Read More

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