Tag Archives: Adventures and Misadventures

Fraser Island – the World’s Best Campsite

May 23, 2011

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I can honestly say, camping is not typically high on my list of things to do. Or on it at all for that matter… ‘Roughing it’ isn’t really my thing. Bugs? Tents? No running water? Noooo thank you! But, I simply could not pass up an opportunity to go camping on Fraser Island. On the east […]

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Bon Appetit!

May 12, 2011

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Simply put I love food. It is one of my favourite aspects of travel. I am one of the only people I know who can go to Asia and come home 10 pounds heavier.  If I really like something I will eat it every single day without fail. In Thailand I could have eaten coconut […]

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Five Reasons I Love to Travel

May 7, 2011

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A true adventure abroad is something that I hope everyone has the opportunity to experience at some point in their lives. Whether it is two weeks, two months or two years, travel helps to change your perspective and leads you to discover what you’re really made of. I am in no ways saying I ‘found myself’ […]

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. What Makes a Great Travel Partner.

March 26, 2011

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With over thirty countries under my belt now, I have travelled with a number of different people and each trip has been a completely unique experience. My friend Patty, whom I met when living in Sydney, Australia, is my perfect travel partner and I consider myself lucky to have met her.  Always up for anything, be it […]

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Winning the Travel Lottery?

March 12, 2011

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I had won the travel lottery, or so said my trusty guide book. As I attempted to shower by the light of a tiny candle, I kept my feet squarely planted on the floor, so as not to slip and fall into the squatter toilet.  The stench of garbage drifting in from outside was unmistakable. […]

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The Hidden Charms of Vietnam

March 6, 2011

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Awe-inspiring landscape, mouth-watering food, a rich culture and history – this winning combination will have you waking up and saying “Good morning, Vietnam!” From the ancient charms of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, the rugged limestone karsts of Halong Bay, to the frantic streets of Ho Chi Minh City, each part of this vibrant country offers something […]

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