(based on experience) Since embarking on my great European summer adventure in 2015, I experienced many learning curves and have come up with a list of tips for future reference. Some of them are silly, others a touch more serious, but all helpful, handy and important. I hope this helps you with your next adventure! Pack a … Continue reading Travel tips (for summer adventures) with Angelica
The great european summer adventure (GESA?) has officially begun - 3 weeks in - and so far it's been unreal. Travelling on my own has been such a liberating experience. Me being me, I had some stresses before I left Madrid, with no sure reason as to why I was actually stressing. I've travelled countless times … Continue reading The Great European Summer Adventure (GESA?) – the travellers community and what’s up next
First thing's first - England is exxxyyyyy! aka. $30 AUD blown in one day on public transport. Please keep in mind we didn't even travel an hour out of the city. Like, WTF London? Moving on, these two weeks of both highly attractive and incomprehensible British accents, outrageously overpriced..well, everything, unsatisfactory coach rides, hostels and … Continue reading Two week trip: England (Part 1)
Trips are being planned, lists are being made and tour deposits are being paid. Instead of studying for our final exams, at about 10:25pm the other night, Bec and I ended up on Skype, sitting in front of our world maps in our bedrooms - hers a fabric map that I'm secretly jelly about - … Continue reading Europe, prepare yourself. We’re coming.
Just over a month ago as a Bon Voyage present for a dear friend of mine who was off to live in Europe for a year, I made a little Bucket List for her to bring with her on her gap year. If you're on struggle street trying to read what it says, it reads: … Continue reading my bucket list: still in the making
A few nights ago, after finishing work for the night and closing up the store I looked at my phone to check the time. Instead, I was met with a message from one of my good friends, Bec, who studies spanish with me at UTS and who also happens to be travelling to Spain next … Continue reading A whole lot of OMGs and freaking out