• Hiking Johnston Canyon in Winter Tips and Tricks

    Hiking Johnston Canyon in winter is one of the highlight attractions that brings people from all around the world to the Banff National Park. I can’t say much about what it is like in summer, fall, or spring, but in winter, snow and ice transform the canyon into a stunning Narnia-esque winter wonderland that looks like it was taken straight…

  • Your Ultimate Canadian Bucket list

    I’ve always wanted to visit Canada. I doubt anyone would pass up the opportunity to venture out into the iconic wilderness – complete with epic landscapes, bears, moose, and endless hiking trails. But, when I decided to move to Canada, it was for many more reasons than those above. I also wanted to experience some of the Canadian cultures, such…

  • Hiking in front of a beautiful lake in Norway. Staying fit while travelling abroad.

    How to Stay Healthy While Travelling Abroad

    If there’s one thing I know about travelling the world, it’s that it is easy to gain weight and lose track of your health and fitness. With enticing foreign foods, breakfast buffets, a lack of routine, and often no weights or gyms at your disposal, it’s easy to lose that fitness you put so much time and effort into. I’m…

  • Qatar is a perfect solo female travel destination!

    Qatar is a solo female travel destination unlike any other I have visited so far. It is unique in its middle-eastern beauty, alive with its buzzing sense of forward-thinking and adventure, and for solo travellers, it is incredibly safe! I went solo female travelling through Doha, Qatar in 2018, and it was without a doubt one of my favourite travel…

  • 8 Easy Ways to Travel as a Broke Student

    If you’re anything like me, your university years would have consisted of dining on toast and noodles, constantly checking your bank account, and budgeting your way from week to week. It’s a fun life to live at times, but as students, sometimes living the broke student life doesn’t mean we want to suppress our desires to travel and explore the…

  • Bus Vs Plane- Why Buses Win Every Time

    Why take a bus when flying in a plane to get to your location seems far easier, right? While planes are always going to be the fastest form of travel, there are actually a lot more advantages to travelling by bus. When price, hassle, and amenities are all considered, you may be surprised to find that travelling by bus is…

  • The Ultimate Red Centre Itinerary

    The Red Centre of Australia has been on my bucket list since I was a child. Growing up in Australia, I heard a lot about the magnificence of Uluru and the incredible colours of the desert. It’s not that I never had the opportunity to visit. My parents tried to convince me to join them on a road trip when…

  • Falling in Love with Coober Pedy

    Coober Pedy, a town of solid rock, hard exteriors, and harsh extremes. It’s a small town in the middle of nowhere, that no one really knows about. On the weekends, cars upon cars pass through without a second glimpse. Campervans fuel up in a hurry, desperate to get back on the road and as far away from the dirt-encrusted pitstop…

  • 10 Reasons You Should Travel Australia With Greyhound

    Australia is definitely one of those ‘bucket list destinations’ everyone wants to visit at some point in their life. It’s a haven of wilderness, with beaches so crystal-clear they look artificial, an outback oasis filled with monoliths that tell the tales of time, and the strangest animals you’ll ever lay eyes on. Not to mention the friendly locals that will…