Archive | October, 2012

Vivonne Bay

Vivonne Bay is considered the best beach in all of Australia after being reviewed by Sydney University covering aspects like water clarity and cleanliness. Having visited I have to admit the long sandy beach and iconic jetty (pictured above) would make for a great afternoon of beach cricket or just laying about in the sun with a picnic. The main attraction for me was the stunning colour of the water, […]


Career Advice from Travelling

Career advice from travelling? I know what your thinking but go with me on this for a minute there’s a message in here. Some people look at travel and the people who do it and think WOW aren’t they lucky. Their off seing the Eiffel Tower in Paris, floating around in the Dead Sea or just enjoying a beer somewhere famous and you can’t help but be jealous of them. It’s […]


Vegemite VS Israel

When on my trip to Israel last year I took my faithful jar of Vegemite along for the ride. I wanted to see what the middle east would think of it after having shared it with friends all over Europe and the US already. With mixed results from previous attempts I was hopeful my new friends in Israel would take to this aussie favourite… If you’ve not had enough vegemite […]


Driving in the UK

Driving in the UK isn’t for everyone and for the most part transport can be had much cheaper or more conveniently via bus or train. In my case however I was living in the UK for 2 years on a Youth Mobility Visa and due to the job I obtained while living there, I needed to be able to drive around. I did some research on what I’d need and […]


Trevi Fountain in Rome

The Trevi Fountain in Rome is one of the most famous fountains in all the world. When I stopped in Rome recently that was easy to tell as I jostled for position just to grab a shot that didn’t include a stray arm or head from the hundreds of other tourists that surrounded me. Even with so many people there the fountain really is a remarkable sight and well worth […]


Spending Time in Istanbul

Spending time in Istanbul should be on everyone’s travel itineraries as they map out travels around the world. I stopped in earlier this year with good mate Justin while in Turkey to attend the Anzac Day Memorial Service at Gallipoli and wish I’d had more time to devote to Istanbul. Before our arrival I was in essence ignorant about the city and country bar my knowledge of the war that […]