If you're backpacking around Australia then you might end up working in the outback, whether it's for your regional work or just to replenish travel funds whilst experiencing life in the bush. For me working in the outback has been the highlight of my travels so far, however it can be quite he culture shock … Continue reading Working in the Outback: What to expect
For my regional work I am working as a cook on a cattle station just outside of Julia Creek in outback Queensland. I cook three meals a day for seven people, feed animals, and maintain the garden. It’s hard work and I thought it would be helpful to post my daily routine to give anyone … Continue reading 88 Days: A Day in the Life of a Cattle Station Cook
Writing this post runs the risk of killing the charade put forward by most travellers who bid home goodbye, fly across the world, land on their two feet and fill their social media feeds with posts about their drunken nights out and the amazing experiences they're having. I can't lie, I am one of those … Continue reading Confession: I miss home.
G'day guys! Sorry it's been a while since I last posted but I've been working on some really exciting things! Today my guest post for Uninspired went live, and I'm so pleased to be able to finally share it with you! Since stumbling across Nicole's blog earlier this year, I was struck by how similar … Continue reading Guest Post for Uninspired!
The month started in Sydney with a trip to Taronga Zoo, even though I'd visited nearly every tourist attraction in the city, I hadn't gone to the zoo and when my friends invited me along, I went. Surprisingly enough I really enjoyed it, Taronga zoo is massive and for someone who has only visited Colchester … Continue reading The Wanderings Month 3: What am I doing in Winton?
“Where are you from?” “How long have you been travelling?” “Where have you been?” “How long are you here for?” These questions are standard travellever small talk, but admittedly they do get a bit boring. In fact once I met someone and asked how long they'd been in Australia for, only for them to respond … Continue reading Funny Questions I’ve been asked whilst travelling…
In early December I spent just over a week in Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. I mentioned in my Mount Wellington Descent post that I had the desire to do something a little bit different, I still found myself seeking out the best places to geek out, and though this geek guide is short and … Continue reading A Geek’s Guide to Hobart