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Cornwall’s Three Best Beaches

As you may know I grew up in a place called Cornwall, England. If you aren't quite sure where this is, look at a map of England. At the bottom left you'll see a bit that sticks out right down the bottom. Thats Cornwall. A beautiful place known for its costal location and its amazing beaches, having something for everyone. Whether you're a local getting your next beach day inspo, are planning...

8 Things To Do In Your First Week In Australia

You've arrived in Australia, probably tired and jetlagged, depending where you've flown from. Depending on your plans for your working holiday you may be settling in one city and getting a job to start with, you may be travelling for a bit or working your way through Australia, making shorter stops for work. Whatever your plans are there are some "Life Admin" tasks that are handy to get done in...

How To Travel More Enviromentally Friendly

We all know that travelling is not the most enviromentally friendly activity, and in 2019, thats a big deal. Flights, buses, taxis and trains, they all contribute to global warming. With the current state of our enviroment this might cause a feeling of guilt or worry. There are things we can do, even with this not so eco habit of ours that help to minimise the impact that humans have on our...

Farm Work

November 2017 I jetted off to Sydney, Australia. Having only decided to go 5 weeks earlier. Never had been overseas without my parents before. With hardly any money, no idea how long I was going to be gone, and what my plans were. But one thing was for sure. I was never. Ever. Doing farm work. Or so I thought. Fast forward to early January and I was willing to do anything in my power to be able...

NYC on a Budget

New York City. Possibly one of THE most expensive cities in the world. Yet still a definite must see. And theres no wonder why. Its a city full of life, with something different and going on with every corner you turn and everywhere you look. You have the serenity of Central Park and the craziness that is Times Square. Despire just how expensive NYC is, I decided to make it my last stop on my...

Luxury Problems

Its 5:45 on a Tuesday afternoon. I'm sat in my bedroom of my parents home on the South Coast of Cornwall, England. I've been "Home" for three and a half months now after 14 months of living in Australia and traveling New Zealand and America. And in all honesty? This does not feel like home. After being away for a long(ish) period of time experiencing new things every day. The things I once...