Happy Straya Day Mayyyyte *Australian accent*! Yes, it’s the most celebrated day of the year in Australia today and being a permanent resident who has lived in this marvelous country for almost five years, I thought I would write a blog post on the real life, first world struggles I face on a daily basis … Continue reading The daily struggles of a Geordie living in Australia
Kayaking through Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk National Park) in the Northern Territory has been on my bucket list pretty much since I moved here. I wanted to explore them for myself after having seen umpteen amazing Instagram photos of the place. They really are as beautiful as they look on the pics - if not better! … Continue reading Kayaking Katherine Gorge, NT
After a weekend away camping, I’m left with the same severe camping confusion that I’m left with after every trip. Do I even enjoy camping? Lessons are never learned from the time before but we do it anyway, and look forward to it too! I love camping. But I hate camping. 1. You’re excited about … Continue reading 23 reasons why we love camping. But hate camping.
The perks of living in Darwin - Bali is on your doorstep (well, in Australian distance terms). A swift 2 hour flight and you're there and for a bargain price of $150 return!! I'm very good at catching flight sales... Myself and a few girls took off for the long weekend and what a weekend … Continue reading Mount Batur… A Bali Must-do!
Yesterday was my second year anniversary in Australia!! TWO whole years man?! I'm sure all of my posts begin with me expressing my sheer disbelief at how fast time is whizzing by. But it is though!! I remember when I first came away and I didn't even consider being away for two years then. The thought of one year was … Continue reading TWO WHOLE YEARS
I'm having a pretty sweet Friday. First of all, it's Friday - HELLO WEEKEND, I've given myself a big pat on the back for getting up at 5am every morning this week to exercise (well done Moses) and to top it off, I’ve just had (another) total moment and it inspired me to write a quick … Continue reading Down Under in D Town
I turned 28 this time last week. I've had 7 whole days to reflect on how I actually feel about being an old lady. For weeks previous to my birthday I worried about it. I got anxious about being a loser at 28, thinking I had nothing going for me; how I don’t have a … Continue reading 28