Tag: Travel

U by Uniworld Rolling on the Rhine

Cruising Through the Rhine with U by Uniworld

Apologies for the digital hiatus everyone but I’ve just returned from a glorious week of floating through the Rhine. Needless to say that my mind is still on cloud nine and I’m still wishing that I were waking up to the gorgeous green pastures in Germany. U by Uniworld was launched in April this year as…

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Limitless Traveller

Becoming a Limitless Traveller

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’ve been in a foreign country, stuck in the middle of nowhere and struggling to find your way around because you can’t communicate with the locals? Or have you tried to find your way to the bus terminal and they think you’re trying to buy booze…

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2018 Travel Bucket List - Philippines

2018 Travel Bucket List

It’s a new year and although I’m on lockdown until at least March, I can’t help but indulge in a little cheeky planning session of what will be on our bucket list of travel destinations in 2018.  I haven’t been able to go on any international travel for a few months and now that I’ve…

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Contiki Vietnam Experience Highlights

Aside from the fact that I had never properly watched Forrest Gump from start to finish before, Vietnam was a place of first experiences for both my partner and myself. In fact I knew very little about Vietnam and its history prior to visiting in August aside from the fact that it was a place…

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Colours of Italy

This might be a slight (ok, maybe overt) humble brag but I’ve always loved receiving the feedback from others that they love my photos and the way I’ve curated my images. As someone who hasn’t had any formal training – unless you count hours of YouTube tutorials and reviews – I’ve come a long way…

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Colours of Marrakech

Colours of Marrakech

Marrakech has been long on my wanderlust list of places to visit and we managed to squeeze in five days on our recent trip. Walking through the labyrinth of the medina, you’re instantly confronted with an overload to all of your senses, which is intensified by the overwhelming heat.  Exotic sights, intoxicating smells, unique sounds…

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Choi Hung Estate Hong Kong

Colours of Hong Kong

I am no stranger to colour in both my style and photography, and I truly believe that being surrounded by colour can change the way you think and feel.   I’ve always considered myself to be a somewhat tech geek and have tried many different cameras in my time, but no one has been able…

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Travel Tips for Solo Female Travellers

Tips for Girls Travelling on Their Own

I’m often asked what it’s like to travel on my own to foreign cities where English isn’t the lingua franca; I just have one word for it – liberating. I’ll try not to romanticize the idea for you because it certainly isn’t an Eat, Pray, Love situation where you book your one-way ticket to spiritual and…

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Tibumana Waterfall Bali

5 Must See Places in Bali for First Timers

Am I still allowed to call myself Australian if I haven’t been to Bali? Thankfully that is no longer in question as I finally booked myself on a trip over Christmas and New Years with my other half and boy, did I love it. I’ve always had these preconceived notions that Bali was the place…

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2016 Highlights: Everything I Have Achieved

As this will be the last post for the year I thought I would hop on the bandwagon of reflecting on the year I’ve had. 2016 has proven to be such a turning point for my life – an abundance of exciting experiences have been thrown at me, people have come and gone (mostly for the…