And yet, in these troubled times, what a difference a week can make. How are you holding up? Being unemployed for a month now — or, more to the point — being in lockdown for two weeks now, I suddenly got the urge to write again. And with my birthday just around the corner, I’ve
Like it or not, we all subconsciously take aspects of our daily lives for granted. We usually don’t even realise how much we’re taking these things for granted. We get so used to living a certain way, or having exactly what we need at hand, at any given moment. No more is this highlighted than
I’ve developed an unhealthy obsession with the way some Europeans make their bed. In other words, I’ve become a fan of the ‘one bed, two duvets’ method. The first time we visited Europe, we were a little confused by the bedding situation. It’s a little weird, right? We thought they had forgotten to give us
Travel has taught me so much about myself, my relationships, and the world around me. I’ve seen things I’d previously only dreamed about, I’ve faced fears, and I’ve learned to appreciate the value of living minimally. I’ve also realised how lucky I am to have been born in such a free country as New Zealand.
Prague. The picture-perfect capital city of the Czech Republic. With its cobbled streets, towering spires, and gothic architecture, it’s easy to become completely smitten. Drenched in medieval history, Prague offers a surprise around every corner, delighting visitors year-round. No matter what kind of traveller you are, I know you’ll find something to love about Prague.
I’m going to let you in on a little secret: I didn’t always have this wanderlust inside me. It feels shocking to be putting such words out into the universe, but it’s true. I know it’s true because when I was 11 or 12 years old, I turned down the opportunity to go to the
London is a big, bustling, and popular city. It’s considered the gateway to Europe. And it’s a 22 hour flight from Australia. You might go to London because you’re a fan of the Royals, a fan of Harry Potter, or because you just want to experience the city for yourself. You might give yourself plenty
Instagram. I have such a love/hate relationship with this social media platform. I love it for the beautiful pictures, and the ease of sharing my travels with others; but like me, she ain’t perfect. So I’ve decided to break down the dreams and nightmares of Instagram, from a travellers perspective. 1. Instagram expands your bucket
There are a few different cameras I like to take with me when travelling. And although my phone is the quickest and easiest ‘camera’ to use, I also love experimenting with different lenses for my DSLR. My latest lens purchase was the Rokinon 14mm (in Australia you can find it by looking for a Samyang