I Did It For The Gram: My Floating Breakfast Fail

I Did It For The Gram: My Floating Breakfast Fail

The butter was melted, the eggs now certainly overcooked, and if I didn’t hook the tray back with my toe in the next 2 seconds the whole thing was going to experience death by drowning.…

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How To Sleep On A Plane – 8 Top Tips For Getting More Kip

How To Sleep On A Plane – 8 Top Tips For Getting More Kip

Some of us were born with the super power of being able to sleep anywhere, including on a plane while curled up in economy class like a pretzel. The rest of us, however, need all…

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Tips For Visiting & Photographing The Taj Mahal

Tips For Visiting & Photographing The Taj Mahal

Like almost every traveller on the planet, visiting the Taj Mahal has long been on my bucket list. So when I was lucky enough to be invited on a blog trip with the Taj on…

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8 Travel Hacks For 2018: Frequent Flyer Tips & Tricks

8 Travel Hacks For 2018: Frequent Flyer Tips & Tricks

No one likes a self-appointed expert but after taking 53 flights last year (mostly long-haul, coz what isn’t long-haul from Oz!) I discovered a few nifty tricks and survival tips. So, if you’d like to…

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30 Things You Learn When You Move To Australia

30 Things You Learn When You Move To Australia

Since moving to Australia in 2014 I’ve learned that some shiz is really weird in the land Down Under. Here are 30 random things you discover when you move to Australia. 1. A milk bar…

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A Lesson In Japan On Being Kind To Strangers

A Lesson In Japan On Being Kind To Strangers

I look back and forth between the map in my hand and the sign on the bus stop. I don’t why, the latter’s in Japanese and I have not a hope in hell of reading…

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What Not To Do At A Japanese Onsen

What Not To Do At A Japanese Onsen

I tucked my legs to my chest to shield my lady bits and ducked all the way down so that just my chin upwards was above the water. Snow fell lightly on the rocks surrounding the hot…

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Street Art And Social Change In South Africa

Street Art And Social Change In South Africa

“The section on the right,” Juma explained, “represents the women who protested the Pass Laws of Apartheid, whilst the faces on the left belong to the students of Soweto who rose up when it was declared…

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Secret Diary Of A Travel Blogger: I Have A Massive Chip On My Shoulder

Secret Diary Of A Travel Blogger: I Have A Massive Chip On My Shoulder

Yesterday my husband asked me to pick up his dry cleaning and I nearly divorced him.* His simple request, politely made, literally sent me into a meltdown over that evening’s sausage and mash dinner. Not…

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Secret Diary Of A Travel Blogger: What I Do When I’m Not Travelling

Secret Diary Of A Travel Blogger: What I Do When I’m Not Travelling

The 9 to 5 (yeah right, more like 8 at least) of a travel blogger when she’s not on the road, laid out in all its boring, unsociable glory. 8.30 Alarm goes off. (It’s called work/sleep…

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