** In Collaboration** Remember that feeling of missing home you’d get when you were a kid? It could wreck slumber parties or school trips. It’s something you get used to as you get older, but that doesn’t mean you can’t experience homesickness as an adult. When you live away for work or study, or you’re travelling, there are times when […]
For me the Easter long weekend is about relaxing, good food, good company, and adventures. This year I got to get away to the beach with family! Here are a few snaps.
My second vlog of my Europe adventures is now up! If you haven’t seen the first one yet click here
** In Collaboration** Whether you’re planning on a solo travel trip or a large group outing this year, you might already have some concerns about the medical implications of travelling to certain countries. For instance, if you’re travelling to a country such as South Africa, then you might be worried about contracting a condition such as malaria. It is a […]
Only two weeks after returning from my month voyage around Europe, I repacked my suitcase (with a lot less jumpers this time), and left for the next adventure. This time my good friend (and fellow conservation psychology PhD student) and I flew to Tropical North Queensland, to explore and to get our PADI scuba diving license. Despite the humidity, torrential […]
“Hygge. Just Hygge.” The last stop on my month-long adventure was the capital of Denmark. I was excited to relax after the crazy week in Iceland and to enjoy the Hygge. Hygge is a Denmark word that loosely translates to coziness, and is an integral concept in Danish living (it is evident everywhere). I was surprised with how different Copenhagen […]
“A vibrant and diverse town” I had such high expectations for Ireland- For some unknown reason I have always loved Ireland without ever visiting. So naturally, I was very excited to get the chance to explore the capital city. I first visited Dublin on the tour I was doing and we were warned by the tour manager that Dublin may […]