88 Days: The Lowlights

Like many other backpackers heading off to do their 88 days, the four months I spent working on a cattle station was the first time I'd ever worked on a farm. Add to that being 136km from the nearest town, on a farm which is 31 times the size of my hometown Colchester, on the … Continue reading 88 Days: The Lowlights

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What NOT to say to a female solo traveller

I've been travelling around Australia for eight months now, five of which were spent in the outback. If that doesn't scream this girl can handle herself, I don't know what does. No I may not be the roughest, toughest backpacker to hit the roads of Australia, but I'm not pathetic either. Each time someone says something along the lines of "it's not safe for a girl to travel alone" I just ignore it. I've had men confess to me that they couldn't do what I was doing if they were a woman my age, fly across the world and explore a country alone, taking such a big risk. So what does that say about them? What does it say about me?