Even whilst working full time, 2017 brought me some unbelievable experiences. As I await the beginning of my next journey, I’m reminiscing on my 17 favourite parts of last year.
Christmas has come and gone for another year and if you’re planning for a Christmas getaway for 2018, look no further than these destinations.
Shanghai is a chaotic cosmopolitan gem with an east-meets-west look and old-meets-new vibe. So much to see and do…
Oahu is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and with too many activities to choose from, hopefully this list helps inspire your next trip to Hawaii.
Traveling when your any age changes you, but there’s certain places you just have to experience when your young to get a completely unique experience. Find out 20 of the best places to visit in your twenties.
Until recently I thought of jet lag as a myth, having never really experienced it. Well that was until a few weeks ago. I’ve since realised my automatic steps to avoiding jet lag must have been pretty good, so read on to check them out.
Rooftop bars in Melbourne aren’t unique to this city, but they are infamous never-the-less. Kind of like New York’s pizza or Greece’s islands. They’re just better here.
There’s a reason Melburnians have flocked to this stunning location for decades and why tourism numbers are forever on the up. The charming peninsula is crowded with cute beachside towns all complete with calm beaches of white sand and crystal blue waters and cute fishing jetty’s dotted along the coastline.
Struggling to decide where to go next or where to pop on your never ending bucket list? Then here are some places that deserve some attention this year. 2016 is set to be a big year for many countries across the globe with world events such as the Olympic Games, new and exciting infrastructure being built and special anniversaries to be celebrated. Here, I’ve listed the ‘go-to’ places for the coming year and why this year will be a special time to visit them.
Happy New Year! It’s officially 2016. Didn’t that come around quickly? New Years Eve is a special occasion for people all around the world as it means the start of a new chapter for many people with new goals set, milestones to look forward to and resolutions no one will keep after January 6th. It also means saying ‘adios’ to the good and the bad of the year that’s passed with a bang. A bang of fireworks usually, and maybe some alcohol on the side. This year, thanks to Snapchat, I got to see just how people across the world were celebrating the end of 2015. And it got me thinking about all the unique celebrations that take place across the globe. Having always been an optimist of the festive night that leaves most disappointed and of course being obsessed with any excuse to get on a plane, I’ve looked into some of the craziest cities to shout “3, 2, 1” in and why they make the night so special. It’s never too early to …