Twenty Days Travelling New Zealand

New Zealand was always a place that intrigued me, however, it was not somewhere that I actually knew anything about! So, I had absolutely no expectations for our visit. In total we had 20 days to explore the north and South Island, and decided the best way to do this was a road trip! (I apologise in advance for

Mantaray Island Resort, Fiji

BULA! Fiji is is an archipelago of more than 300 islands. It’s famed for rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches and coral reefs with crystal clear lagoons. As we had just a short time here we decided to stay on just one island and chill out after all of our moving around in Australia. Getting There There are two ways you can

Melbourne – The Food Capital of Australia

Melbourne is without a doubt the food capital of Australia. Down every lane way you will find the most amazing coffee, brunch and the best sharing plates you will ever have, along with quirky pubs and wine bars. It is genuinely a food lovers paradise! So, I’m sure you can guess what we got up to here. Luckily for

Travelling Australia’s East Coast

The east coast of Australia is one of the most famous travel trails in the world! With so many things to see and do along the 4000km stretch of coastline, it makes it difficult to fit it all in. The traditional route is Melbourne to Cairns or Vice Versa, however we started our Australian adventure in Sydney – we

Fraser Island

Fraser Island, off Australia’s eastern Queensland coast, is the world’s largest sand island, stretching over 120km. It is also the only place on the planet where rainforest grows on sand! The best way to experience Fraser Island, is with a guided tour or 4×4 rental package, and you can do so from a number of nearby locations. The handiest

Sydney, Australia

I was far too excited to be going to Australia. It has always been on my list ever since I was a kid watching home and away! After two and a half months in South East Asia, I was beginning to feel a little homesick and I found comfort straight away in Sydney. The people, the food and the