Sometimes we are stuck. Sometimes plans don't work out. And that's okay. You'll get back in the flow (and on the road) eventually.
Have you ever felt lost when coming back home from your travels? This is what has helped me most.
Books and songs are great companions on your travels. Here are my favourites.
Sometimes you find the most lovely views in unexpected places. Toogom is just 15 minutes away from Hervey Bay. Quiet and with turquoise waters it's perfect for a little break, a picnic, windsurfing or kayaking. Refreshed from a serene morning, we headed to Bundaberg. And what is the town famous for? That's right - Bundaberg … Continue reading Beautiful places from Bundaberg to Airlie Beach and how to spot a platypus in magical Eungella
You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment. Fools stand on their island of opportunities and look toward another land. There is no other land; there is no other life but this. - Henry David Thoreau After an early start, we made our way to the … Continue reading Whales, theme parks and beach life in Queensland
Travelling with a skin condition is not always easy. These are my best tips to still enjoy your adventures.
After working a ski season in the Snowy Mountains, it's off to another adventure through Australia.
Glittering snow, sunshine, deep blue skies - and a lot of work. That's winter in the ski fields in Australia.
I have started to travel about three years ago. I have always been fascinated by it (I tried to be an Au Pair in Ireland, and even though I loved this green country with all its hills and the rough ocean, I got homesick and didn't feel comfortable in the family). I loved my two … Continue reading Chapter 1: New Zealand (or how I got this idea…)
Sometimes I run away. From people, from things I should or want to do, from feelings... It is the same with writing. I love to bring my word on paper (or on the screen), but a lot of times I am actually scared to sort out the thoughts in my head. And there is also … Continue reading “I think I deserve something beautiful.” (Elizabeth Gilbert)