Book Review: The Suitcase Entrepreneur

I've been so busy lately with deciding what country to live in next and planning our wedding, that I haven't had much downtime.  The last week, I've tried to rectify that and take some time out.  When the opportunity to read Natalie's Sisson's The Suitcase Entrepreneur came up, I snapped it up - what a [...]

Interviews with other travellers: Deah

Today, in my series on other travelers, where I get to find out about the exciting lives of others, I interview Deah of http://www.palmtreemusings.com/, a 41 year old currently in the US.  Deah is a very experienced traveller (she started her main travelling adventure at 28) and has such an amazing story.  She tells me [...]

Interviews with other travellers: Brit

Next up on our traveller interviews is Brit, a 20 something Canadian, currently in Portugal.  Brit has travelled Africa, the Caribbean and India.  Today she’s going to tell us about her adventures including nightmare experiences and why they haven’t put her off travelling. So to start, can you give us a brief outline of your [...]

The perfect Cosmopolitan at home

I never used to drink Cosmopolitans, but I've got totally into them at the moment!  Saving for that holiday, or want to quit your job to go travelling?  One tip to save money on drinking out is to drink at home, or even pre-drink before you go out so you don't spend as much.  For [...]

48 hours in Sydney: Coastal walks, scenic views, city sights and cocktails of course!

Australia is such a vast country, there is so much to explore, so you can be forgiven if you only have a short time to explore Sydney. Here’s my guide for 48 hours in Sydney to get to see some of the top sights, whilst enjoying some cocktails and exploring more of Sydney than the [...]

Interviews with other travellers: Emily

Today is the first in my series of interviews with other travellers, I wanted to include these in my blog to pay homage to travellers before me whose blogs I devoured and gave me the aspirations and inspiration to book my one way flight. By sharing these interviews I want to inspire my readers to [...]

Australian food, may contain traces of what?!!

Moving from the UK to Australia, these food differences are a bit bizarre! Chocolate, yak just yak. You see Dairy Milk then taste the vile monstrosity and view never again. I have to raid the European chocolate, hello Lindt you’re just usually for special occasions, but here you’re my go to for sugar and PMT [...]