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Sad Recap of My Ending Australian Adventures

It is done. The time has come to say goodbye. Australia has been my home for 7 months and now it will no longer be. I must say I am slightly sad but at the same time way too excited to have a heart break. That is the thing with travellers, they always seek novelty […]

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Hiking Australia’s Blue Mountains with Colourful Trips // Sponsored

I still remember the artistic device that is often utilised when depicting fading landscapes, mountains in particular. The colours are becoming more faint and taking on blue hues. Our teacher called this ‘blueing of the landscape’. The famous blue mountains near Sydney have coincidentally named according to such a phenomenon and incidentally found itself the […]

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On Top of the World and in the Valley of the Giants
Nullarbor Traveller Day 9 and 10 // Sponsored

On Top of the World and in the Valley of the Giants

The air permeated with the smell of burnt wood, covering the forests in a dense mist and tinting the sun a bloody red. This was not a normal morning and the signs were unmistakable. Even without the tiny pieces of ashes flying about, we knew: the raging bush fires had not lessened over night. This […]

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Where Is the Famous Kangaroo Beach?
Nullarbor Traveller Day 7 + 8 // Sponsored

Where to See the Famous Kangaroo Beach + lots of hiking and a VIDEO!

Since we received favouring tailwinds, we made it to Cape LeGrand National Park by afternoon on my tour with Nullarbor Traveller. Arriving after dark is not unusual and so we were indeed lucky and seized the beautiful day to relax on the beach. Donning our best beach wear we walked out of the camp and […]

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