Planted between two nippers and experiencing the painful sound of what used to be cheesy puffs, here I am enjoying my second solo flight. I’ve been told that being a singleton increases the odds of being sat in the crèche department of the plane tenfold. I’ve been told this. And I’m now experiencing this for… Continue reading Going solo
It comes as no surprise to anyone that living on a backpacker budget in Oz is hard graft. Frugality is essential. The trouble is there’s so much to see and do in cities like Melbourne, and like with everyday life you have to weigh up what’s a priority. That being said, if you’re on the… Continue reading Eight things to do in Melbourne for under $20
“A ship is always safe at the shore – but that was not what it was built for.” – Albert Einstein When I was a little girl, maybe eight or nine years old, my Mum urged me to endeavour in two things before settling down. Two things I think she felt didn’t exist from her… Continue reading Mum’s the word
Over the past few weeks we have really made a home out of our hostel. Despite a few move arounds, Milly, Dremond and I have pretty much been stuck together like three little peas in a pod. And outside of Private Room 4, it’s true to say we’ve all become one big family at the… Continue reading A small, irrelavant update from the BoC
For many travelers heading to Australia, looking for work is a must at some point during their stay. Whether it’s to get a more authentic taste of what living here would be like or to cash up and travel to other places beyond Oz, those on a Holiday Working Visa (WHV) can easily seek and… Continue reading Working Holiday Visa – What to consider when looking for work in Oz?