“The world is a book, and those who do not travel only read one page”

St Agustine
 

There’s a lot to love about traveling; the excitement of exploring a new place, discovering new cities, adventuring through vast landscapes and environments, experiencing other cultures, learning about the past, meeting new people and hearing their stories, stepping outside your comfort zone and challenging yourself. I study full time at a university in Australia, but in between my studies I take every opportunity I can to travel, and I hope to inspire others to get out and experience the world!

Asia

I am constantly fascinated by Asian countries no matter how many times I visit- it’s probably my favourite part of the world! Living in Australia makes Asian countries some of the cheapest and easiest to travel to, which is why I often visit Asian countries on short trips in between university, particularly on mid-semester breaks…. 

Europe

So far, I have only been on one trip to Europe, on my 3 month uni break at the end of 2015 and the start of 2016. I left Brisbane with my passport, a backpack, and a Eurail Pass, and travelled mostly by rail and visited 10 countries in total……

Latin America

I embarked on my first journey to Latin America at the end of 2016, for a 10 week backpacking adventure with my partner. Latin America has so much to offer, there are amazing cities to discover, with vastly different landscapes to explore and cultures to experience……

North America

My adventures around North America began in 2017 when I traveled to Canada for a semester of university abroad. I’m currently studying in British Columbia for 4 months, and I will be trying to squeeze as much domestic travel as I can, between university and work, so stay tuned for some epic adventures around Canada….

Oceania

One would think that living in Australia I would have done plenty of travel around my own continent, but truth be told- I haven’t, I’ve only been on 3 trips around Oceania. I would however love to explore more of Oceania, and would love to re visit New Zealand, hopefully in the near future….