Month Four (and a half) of Travel

What a blissful month! I can honestly say that this has been the best month in a long time. I have made so many wonderful new, life-long friends. We have laughed, we have cried and we have spent too many hours lolling around in the sunshine. It is officially summer here in Germany and it … Continue reading Month Four (and a half) of Travel

Having a Rummage at the MauerPark Markets

On the way to Berlin I was excited to see the famed East-Side Gallery, the majestic Bradenburg gate and the alternative paradise that is Kreuzberg but let’s get real, it was the promise of a good rummage at the MauerPark Flea market that most excited me. Hailed as the “King of Flea Markets”, the MauerPark … Continue reading Having a Rummage at the MauerPark Markets

Biking around Berlin

If the city of Berlin was a person, it would be that eclectic hipster friend you have that wears ironically ugly shirts, reads obscure poetry and drinks too much. He is the friend who outwardly loathes the Sunday brunch ritual but partakes in it every week nonetheless. His other favourite activities include drinking beer in … Continue reading Biking around Berlin

Is Prague Adult Disneyland?

Long time no speak! Let’s address the fact that I haven’t been blogging for three weeks. Frankly, it’s a bad excuse. I haven’t had a life crisis, or been too busy, and I certainly have a lot of things to write about. I have simply been hanging out with my friends. Hanging out in the … Continue reading Is Prague Adult Disneyland?

Girl Travellers: An Interview with Pam from A Blonde Around the World

Welcome to Girl Travellers! In this series I’ll introduce you to some inspiring and downright cool female travel bloggers. It's a space where we can chat about travel and what it means to be a girl on the road. It is my pleasure to introduce Pam to our Girl Travellers series. Pam is the delightful … Continue reading Girl Travellers: An Interview with Pam from A Blonde Around the World

Lazy Saturdays in a Sleepy German Town

When you live in a tiny town in rural Germany, there is not a whole lot to do on the weekends. There is also not a whole lot to write about; a bit of a dilemma for an aspiring travel blogger. In truth, I have spent a good amount of time worrying about how to … Continue reading Lazy Saturdays in a Sleepy German Town

Announcing a Summer in Greece

I am going to Greece for the summer! I am so thrilled and excited to spend two months in Greece this coming June. Never in a million years would I have thought that I would be having a Greek summer this year. I was supposed to be in Asia! Source: Athens walking tours I will … Continue reading Announcing a Summer in Greece

An Afternoon in Poland

Here is the thing about Europe. From the tiny town I am living in, you can drive 30 mins one way and be in Poland. You can also drive thirty minutes another way and be in The Czech Republic. I am sure Australians will agree that one of the most annoying things about Australia (aside … Continue reading An Afternoon in Poland

In Pictures: Walking the Forests of Eastern-Germany

Walking the forest paths has been peaceful. The forest floor is covered in fallen leaves, carpeting the ground in golden browns and rusty yellows. The leaves crunch under my feet. Tiny white flowers grow from beneath the leaves and shoots of green peek out from the thick carpet created by Autumn. Out of every patch … Continue reading In Pictures: Walking the Forests of Eastern-Germany

Interview with a Pilot: Air Pockets, G-forces and Getting Hit by Lightning

*This article is part two of a three part series on the fear of flying. You can read Part One here. Hopefully this interview and learning more about planes and flying will help you step through that plane door with a little bit more confidence!* I would like to welcome my dad to the blog … Continue reading Interview with a Pilot: Air Pockets, G-forces and Getting Hit by Lightning