Young And Undecided

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Six Months of Travel and the Start of my Solo Adventure

Six Months. I have been backpacking for six months. Where has the time gone? The last proper update I wrote was back in January. Back when I had been …

Best Things to Do and See in Melbourne

Spending 5 months in Melbourne was not the initial plan. A month maybe, two at the most. How did it get to five? Regardless, I feel I have been here …

Itinerary: How to Spend 4 Days in Beijing

When I sat down to start planning my trip earlier this year I realised I knew absolutely nothing about China. I was going in blind. I mean, I knew …

I Went on a Two Week Road Trip and Fell in Love with Camping

When I say my previous experience with camping has been bad, I mean it has been BAD! I’m definitely over exaggerating but I have been camping twice …

Women Who Wander: She Roams Solo Online Community

Happy Women Who Wander day! For those who don’t yet know, Women Who Wander is a series I have on my blog where other women can write about their solo …

10 Pictures That Make Me Miss Scottish Seasons

I always joked that Australia is the land of eternal summer, but I didn’t actually think it would be this constant! I was looking through the …

Women Who Wander: Ain't No Stopping Me Now!

Welcome back to Women Who Wander, the online series where solo female travellers get to share their stories and experiences. I absolutely love …

Solo Birthday in Melbourne

In the days leading up to my weekend alone in the city I was so excited to just get to the end of my shift on Friday, so the weekend could start. On …

The Cost of Moving to Australia

436 Shares<p>If you’ve clicked into this article, you’re probably considering moving to Australia. If so, good choice! Australia is a fantastic country …

Australia

Thoughts on Two Months in Australia

I feel like I have been in Australia for forever, while simultaneously I feel like I’ve just arrived. It’s set in now that I’m not going back home. I …

South-east Asia

2017: Books I Have Read This Year

Another Year, another book round up. Last year’s list was pretty much mostly YA novels. Is 2017 going to bring anything different? Nope. I’m afraid …

Books

12 Pictures That Will Make You Fall in Love with Old Quebec

While I was in Canada earlier this year, my travel buddy and I really liked the look of Old Quebec . Since we were going to be in Montreal anyway …

Women Who Wander: Hospital Visits in The Galapagos Islands

It’s that time again. Time for another inspiring solo female travel story. For those who don’t know, Women Who Wander is a travel series I have on my …

Women Who Wander: Solo Female Travel in the Middle East

Happy Women Who Wander Day! Women Who Wander is a series I have on my blog where other solo female travellers share their stories and experiences. I …

I Made It: First Five Days in Australia

Okay, I can breathe. I have made it safe and sound to the land down under. I still just feel like I am on holiday and will be going home in a couple …

Women Who Wander: Solo Female Travel Through South East Asia

Another week, another inspiring solo female travel story. For those who don’t know, Women Who Wander is a travel series I have on my blog where other …

Exploring The Pentland Hills, Edinburgh

The Pentland Hills is a stunning range on small-ish hills that span roughly 20 miles to the South-West of Edinburgh. The land has been shaped over …

Women Who Wander: Feeling Lonely in The Basque Country

Another week, another inspiring solo female travel story. For those who don’t know, Women Who Wander is a travel series I have on my blog where other …

Loneliness

How Blogging Has Changed How I Travel

Before I had a blog, travel was a hobby. I would take a few short trips a year with friends, usually no more than five days. That’s not including the …

Women Who Wander: Solo Female Traveller and Proud

It’s that time again. Time for another inspiring solo female travel story. For those who don’t know, Women Who Wander is a travel series I have on my …

The Perfect Day at the Montreal Botanical Gardens

Here we are again. Another city, another Botanical Gardens. This is becoming a habit, not that I’m complaining. There is just something so calming …

Travelling with migraines: 12 tips to avoid the unavoidable

Migraines are a pain in the ass wherever and whenever they hit you. But there’s just something so specifically annoying about having a day of your …

Women Who Wander: Costa Rica Changed Everything

Another week, another inspiring solo female travel story. For those who don’t know, Women Who Wander is a travel series I have on my blog where other …

Central America

Swinging Through the Trees at Go Ape Aberfoyle

I’m not going to lie, me and heights don’t have the best relationship. Go Ape was always something I have wanted to try, but wrote off as being too …

Queen Elizabeth II

Women Who Wander: Glamping in the Panamanian Jungle

Another week, another inspiring solo female travel story. For those who don’t know, Women Who Wander is a travel series I have on my blog where other …

Central America

7 Amazingly Memorable Things to Do in Bled, Slovenia

<b>Picture this: a deep turquoise lake nestled between perfectly forested hills. A small island in the middle of the lake beckons visitors to come and</b> …

European Travel

Woman Who Wander: Finding Yourself Through Solo Travel

Another week, another inspiring solo female travel story. For those who don’t know, Women Who Wander is a travel series I have on my blog where other …

Travel

Newfoundland Road Trips: Guide to the Baccalieu Trail

My family goes back generations in Carbonear, Newfoundland. Maybe even back to the 1600s. Though I grew up in New Brunswick, summers were spent in …

Thailand 2 week itinerary for 1st timers

Planning your first time visit to Thailand can be a daunting task. Believe me, I know!<p>When to go? For how long? Which places to see? What to do in …

10 Spots Where You Can Really Escape the Crowds in Paris

Paris in peak season <i>(April-September, as well as much of the rest of the year)</i> can be more than a little tricky to navigate. It’s hard to see the …