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Travelling to Bali can be quite the experience for anybody in an unfamiliar environment, here a few Bali travel tips for your next adventure.
Travelling Solo was a whole new experience. check out what I thought about travelling in a foreign country and the bonds shared with the locals.
Travelling without the family and having a little free time, is not always easy. Here is a few tips on coping when travelling without the family.
Boutique, refreshing and beautiful. They are the three words that best describe Alaya Jembawan in Ubud town of Bali.
Alaya Resort truly impresses in its pursuit to create a pleasant and cultural experience for the guest in this fine Balinese resort.
For $20 a night the Nguyen Minh Hostel is a bargain for a families, solo travellers or couples alike. It may be basic but it’ll do the job
New Horizons, new adventures and a new country. Settling into Volunteering was an epic new adventure about to begin in Laos.
This Easter getaway we changed our tune a little and instead of camping in the bushlands, we pitched our tent with the City of Perth nearby.
The second and last leg of my Solo Bali trip. Too short for any holiday in Bali. This time it was off to Ubud all the way from beaches of Tanjung Benoa.
The Angthong National Marine Park is heaven on earth. Explore the beauty that lies in the Gulf of Thailand.
Welcome to Gnomesville. Where all gnomes come to life in Fergusson Valley, WA.
Only 20 minutes north from the Perth CBD. Hillarys Boat Harbour is a full on punch of summer fun that will entertain families and couples alike for the whole day. Family fun begins at The Great Escape with waterslides, mini golf and trampoline fun, to name a few,...
It’s an inspirig story of one woman’s dream, to give her daughter a better life and the sacriifices she made. It’s the day I met a North Korean Defector.
Winter has passed for another season, that means spring has arrived and I couldn’t be happier.
On my first trip to South Korea, I had a Soju experience I would rather forget. But out of pure embarrassment, it is just worth telling.