Byron Bay On A Budget

Byron Bay is one of my favourite places in the world. I've been twice (2013 and 2018), only for a few days at a time, but it's one of those places I could easily settle down. If you haven't heard of it before, Byron Bay is a small coastal town, approximately half way up the... Continue Reading →

twenty-seventeen

This year, we were fortunate to explore through 3 different continents, countless cities and with all the people we love! Thank you to everyone we met along the way, you have all made this year so special for us. Europe:  Two trips to London, a birthday scavenger hunt in Bournemouth, cheerleading competitions, visits with friends... Continue Reading →

Oz backpack check list.

Backpack: This is obviously the main ingredient, unless you have pockets like Mary Poppins' handbag. The size you choose is completely dependent on the length of your stay, as well as the activities you plan to partake in. For a short stay you should look at 40-55L packs, they are also better suited for the vertically... Continue Reading →

Canada Backpack Check List (Winter Season)

Backpack: As you'll see in all my check lists, the backpack is the piéce de rèsistance, and rightly so. For Canada, you'll need a large pack for sure (55-70L), as the clothing you'll be taking will most likely be suited for colder weather, and subsequently larger in size due to insulation etc. If you are... Continue Reading →

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