Galway | Ireland

A trip to Ireland is not complete without a journey into the West. Having lived in Ireland now for ten months, I feel so incredibly lucky to have witnessed the natural beauty of this country. Sometimes I wonder if the colours of the landscape ever inspired the Irish flag. The climate keeps the grounds lush […]

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Ljubljana | Slovenia

With its advantageous geographical location, Slovenia is the gateway to the Mediterranean to the west, Central Europe to its north and the Balkan States to its south. Artisan shops line the streets and there is no shortage of markets, cafés and restaurants. The Quick 5 How long should I stay in Ljubljana? The capital of […]

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Belfast | Northern Ireland

Since moving to the Emerald Isle, naturally my interest in Irish history has sky-rocketed. It prompts me to see all that I can when the weather is decent and on those dreary days I love curling up with a good documentary as I listen to the sound of the rain dancing outside. Irish history is […]

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Slovakia | Bratislava Day Trip From Vienna

If you’re staying in Austria for a few nights it would be a crime not to venture an additional 60 kilometres to Slovakia’s capital, Bratislava. As a born and raised Sydney girl, when I travel roughly the same geographical distance from my CBD, I still find myself in suburban Sydney. I am sure you can […]

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Bali | Indonesia

If I am honest I have never had a burning desire to visit Indonesia, perhaps due to its proximity to Australia it just always seemed accessible and therefore one of those countries I planned on visiting later in life. However, to celebrate my acceptance to university and the start of a new chapter in my […]

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Singapore

Singapore is one of those places where I stumble upon and find myself thinking hmmm wouldn’t mind relocating here…if it wasn’t for the humidity which is incompatible with my frizzy mop. Bordered by the waters of the Pacific and Indian Ocean, this little island is extraordinarily both culturally rich and diverse which contradicts its size. […]

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Copenhagen | Denmark

Denmark at dusk

Once upon a time there lived a girl named Mary who came from the land of Oz. She found her Prince Charming (literally) and lived happily ever after in a kingdom far far away. As a fresh faced 19 year old I, like many other Australians, watched one of our own walk down the aisle […]

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