After much deliberation I decided living in Australia on a permanent basis was just not for me, well not at the moment anyways. Don't get me wrong it is a stunning country, but it really is just that when you are not there with the people you hold most dear. After Living in Perth for... Continue Reading →
Time. The one thing in our lives we all think we have plenty of. How often do you hear people say "I'll do that tomorrow" or "I'm not ready for that yet". People try to delay things in their lives because they think there will always be time, there will always be tomorrow. When in... Continue Reading →
I have been in Scarborough for a few months now and have not had many adventures since the Road trip from Cobar. I purchased a car not long ago and I was itching to get on the road and see what WA had to offer! It is technically winter in Western Australia at the moment... Continue Reading →
Those of you that know me well, know I love the beach and everything it represents. Western Australia, has some of the best I have ever seen! I will let the photos do the talking! Jurien Bay Scarborough - My Perth Home! Cottesloe Fremantle Not technically a beach, but apparently the universe still proceeds to... Continue Reading →
With the initial plan being to drive the longest road in Australia the Nullarbor, we decided to alter the plans and fly to Perth from Adelaide instead. Arriving in Perth was a major step out of my comfort zone. I had gone from all day every day adventure to kind of settling a little. For... Continue Reading →
After what was a tough but rewarding hike through the Grampians, we got back on the road and began to make our way to Adelaide. After what was a reasonably short drive of 5 hours or so we arrived in Hallet Cove SA. Luckily I have family here so we were fortunate enough to stay... Continue Reading →
3 days, 36.6km, aching legs, a few kangeroos, insane views! For some insane reason Evelina and I decided to to hike for three days across the Grampians Mountain Range in Victoria. The national park has recently put together a three day hike that covers a vast area of the mountain range, therefore seeing as... Continue Reading →
After spending a few days exploring Melbourne we got back in the VW and began to make our way along the stunning Great Ocean Road. So many people have told me how stunning the great ocean road was and once we began driving it I could see what all of the fuss was about. Every... Continue Reading →
Nine hours after leaving Cobar we finally arrived in Melbourne, navigated our way through the rush hour traffic in the city, and arrived at where we were staying in Sunshine, Melbourne.
So many of us go through our lives trying to look for 'the one'. That being one person on the whole earth who will solely just want you and only you for as long as you both shall live. But what if we are not meant to live our lives just with one person? Being... Continue Reading →
Would you jump from a small plane at 15,000 feet? Crazy as it sounds that is exactly what three friends and I done recently during a trip to Hunter valley. If you would have said to me this time last year I would be jumping from a plane with a complete stranger strapped to my... Continue Reading →
With a population of only 4,700 people and only covering an area of 44,00 square kilometres I think it is fair to say Cobar is a pretty small outback town. But what is there to do and see when you are a backpacker and everything is new? Explore thats what! Mines Cobar is recognised mainly... Continue Reading →
My life long friend brought me half way across the world to Australia with the promise of pristine white sandy beaches, turquoise water and bronzed Aussies strutting around in budgie smugglers. Instead I landed up in Cobar, the land of 40 plus degrees, where every breath ignites your lungs, you could cook an egg on... Continue Reading →
On the very top of Pratumnak Hill, between Pattaya and Jomtien Beach sits the giant Wat Phra Yai Temple or Big Golden Buddha temple. This Big Buddha is the largest in the region and was constructed back in 1940.
After my initial thoughts that Pattaya was not going to be my scene I soon began to think otherwise. A friend of mine took Evelina and I to a restaurant that sat on the ocean front with views across to koh larn. The view from our table at the restaurant was something else. The setting... Continue Reading →