Mongolia is one of those countries that's on everybody's bucket list, but not many people actually seem to visit. For those travellers on a budget, it's an expensive destination because it's almost impossible to get around with public transport (it doesn't really exist outside of the capital city), so you'll need to book a tour.... Continue Reading →
Rajasthan is the largest state in India and it's incredibly diverse. You can ride camels in the desert, visit temples galore and eat some of the best food in India. If you're on a tight schedule it's possible to see the highlights in three weeks, but spend more time there if you can!
Iceland, the land of fire and ice, is one of the most beautiful countries I've ever been to. Think vast plains and active volcanoes, snowy mountains and black sand beaches, ancient history and a landscape that inspired some eerie folklore. While it’s best visited in the summer if you want rolling green hills and a... Continue Reading →
Whitsand Nature Reserve, in the north of South Africa, is a beautiful place tucked away in the hills where you can relax amongst nature or throw yourself down a sand dune on a plank of wood.
I’ve always felt drawn to South Africa. I want to go on a safari, I need to cage dive with great white sharks, I crave the adrenaline rush of a bungee jump, I love to climb mountains, and I live for a beautiful coastline. It seems like the south coast of South Africa can tick... Continue Reading →
For some, New Year's Eve is a special night; you get dressed up, go to a party, drink champagne, #newyearnewme. For others, it's just an excuse to get drunk and break those new year resolutions before they've even begun, don't act like you don't all do that occasionally. As a bartender, I've always been stuck... Continue Reading →
Perth is the largest city in Western Australia and the most isolated city in the world. There's plenty to keep you busy, however, and you'll need a place to rest your head at the end of a long day. If you're looking for budget accommodation in the heart of the city with plenty of free... Continue Reading →
As a long term traveller, every now and again I have one of those moments. I like to call it a quarter-life crisis, I'm sure you know the ones. Where you start questioning your entire existence: What am I doing with my life? Where is this path taking me? Did I make the right choice... Continue Reading →
Western Australia is massive. It covers 2,529,875 km2, or one third, of Australia, that's seriously huge. If it was its own country it would be in the Top 10 biggest countries in the world, you could fit England inside it 20 times, or Texas 4 times. Most of the population lives in Perth which is... Continue Reading →