A step-by-step guide to planning an overseas trip for first-time planners who want to ensure they’ve considered all the big details and don’t miss any of the little ones.
I’m quite aware that Jordan isn’t your typical holiday destination. So, it wasn’t much of surprise when my plans to travel to the lesser-known Middle-Eastern country were met with a few raised eyebrows, comments and questions as to why someone like me, a solo female, would travel there. I’m here to tell (and show) you exactly why!
Even though I’m horrible with anything to do with numbers, I’ve always been really good at saving. To kickstart your savings plan, I’m sharing my 9 best tips on how to save money to travel more.
From exploring the temples in Chinatown to trying new foods to climbing to the top of the Batu Caves or the Petronas Towers, here are 20 photos to inspire you to travel to Malaysia’s capital city.
Cambodia has been on my travel radar for as long as I can remember. In fact, I recently discovered in my high school yearbook that I’d written Cambodia as one of the places I would visit in the years following graduation. Seven short years later, I made it to Siem Reap and ticked Cambodia off my bucket list.
The new year has been welcomed by some seriously restless feet and a suitcase desperately calling my name from atop a dusty wardrobe. After reminiscing ABOUT my incredible travels of 2016, I decided to add a collection of new places and experiences to my travel bucket list for 2017 and beyond.
As 2016 comes to a close, it seems only fitting to reflect on my favourite travel destinations I’ve visited in the last twelve months. From a number of countries in Southeast Asia and cities at home in Australia, here are my top 16 destinations from my 2016 travels.