If you could choose one destination to travel back to before you die, where would it be? I’ve been asked this question a few times over the years and it’s one that I think about when I should be doing more useful things…like working! For me, the answer is more often than not Patagonia, the … More Travel Diary: Patagonia
Within what seems like a few kilometres, the warm blues of the ocean give way to alpine greens and clouds that unpredictably swirl around the peaks of the steep mountain range that runs parallel to the coastline. … More NZ Diaries: Christchurch to Kaikoura
We recently returned from a two week driving holiday of New Zealand’s south island. I was blessed to be offered a free camper van from Apollo Campers NZ, so it was a no brainer to find the time to get over to the land of the long white cloud for a visit. For some reason, … More So… New Zealand was fun!
I find myself standing on a dark street corner in Central Berlin. Despite my heavy jacket, gloves and beanie, I shiver as the cold makes its way through my layers and into my bones. There’s no doubting that winter is on its way. The dark streets are close to deserted even though my watch just … More Tempelhof: Berlin’s forgotten airport
After an arduous journey from warm and sunny Sydney, some twenty-six hours later I find myself dressed in a heavy jacket, gloves and scarf, mounting a borrowed bicycle, ready to explore Amsterdam. While there is no denying that thoughts of Europe in the summer are what usually form the basis of my everyday escapism, there … More 48 hours in Amsterdam
Our bus from Santiago winds its way past vineyards and farmland as we move through the rolling mountains, heading west towards the port city of Valparaiso. After a week in Santiago, I am overcome with excitement as I catch a glimpse of the Pacific. Minutes later, we pull over as the driver announces we have … More A Guide to the Street Art of Valparaiso
The excitement of waking up everyday in a foreign country ended three weeks ago to the day. We have moved back into our apartment, we are back at work and we have caught up with almost everyone we hold near and dear. The reality of being home is finally beginning to sink in! In an … More Photo Essay: Chile
For a history nerd it’s difficult to beat a visit to the ‘eternal city’ of Rome. After spending my university years studying ancient history for no other reason than I just damn well-loved it, I finally achieved a life-long dream when I jetted half way across the globe to Rome. For my first few days in … More Lost with Louie: Rome