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I've moved to Dubai! Going from living on a huge cattle station in the remote Australian outback to a skyscraper in one of the world's busiest cities is quite a change, but I'm up for the challenge. Touted as the gateway to the world, Dubai is perfectly placed for oodles of travel getaways, and I intend to take full advantage! So, follow my blog as I adjust to the bright lights and dizzying heights of life in the UAE.

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Top 10: Peru and Bolivia

Top 10: Peru and Bolivia

Mar 25, 2015 | No Comments

For as long as I’ve wanted to travel, I’ve wanted to visit South America – much more so than Asia or even Australia. However, it wasn’t until late 2013 that I finally took the plunge. After some research, I decided to splash out on 6 weeks of backpacking around Peru and Bolivia. I didn’t regret […]

Cape Verde – a world away on your doorstep

Cape Verde – a world away on your doorstep

Nov 14, 2014 | No Comments

I’m a big believer in travelling your own way. When I first started travelling I loved to be a hardcore backpacker with very few luxuries (I didn’t even take a phone!) and being shocked at having to spend a whole £6 for a night’s sleep. Then I started to slow down, maybe add that hairdryer […]

Guest Post: Top 5 Tips for Packing

Guest Post: Top 5 Tips for Packing

Nov 10, 2014 | No Comments

Packing is one of the most important things to consider when you start planning your travels. Too much and you will regret lugging it around from hostel to hostel and probably never use most of it. Too little and you might just get caught short! I’ve picked up many a packing tip during my time […]

Review: Italy Segway Tours

Review: Italy Segway Tours

Oct 22, 2014 | No Comments

Rome is a city of wonders – at almost any point you bear witness to an entire history of a civilisation – from its ancient roots as the birthplace of the western world to the Renaissance, Baroque and even contemporary art and architecture everywhere to be seen. You don’t have to love art, or history […]

Death Road – Biking the world’s most dangerous road!

Death Road – Biking the world’s most dangerous road!

Sep 22, 2014 | 5 Comments

If you love Top Gear, you might be familiar with the Yungas Road – or Death Road as it is better known, apparently due to a combination of the number of workers who died building it as well as the 300+ people that fall foul of its steep and perilously winding cliffs every year. For those […]

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