The Grampians National Park is one of Victoria’s treasures, and is a must-see place for anyone traveling through Victoria. But there’s so much to do there, and not all of us have a week up our sleeves to do every hike and see every waterfall that the Grampians has on offer.. so how do you choose the highlight reel if you’ve only got a day or two to explore? Continue reading “The Grampians in a day (or two)”
Gone are the days where we live in one place and work in one job until the day we die… in case you missed the memo, routine is out and travel is in! But because most of us can’t afford to travel full time, we have a day job that affords us the luxury of traveling to new and exciting places in our allocated annual leave periods each year. But what if you don’t want to only travel when you have annual leave? What if you want to combine working and traveling, to get the best of both worlds, sight-seeing and making money simultaneously? Well then you need to consider working for a health care agency.
Today I turn 26
I have lived more than a quarter of a century on this earth, and I honestly feel like I’m just starting to learn the ropes now
I mean, who really has this life thing all sorted? Does anyone really know what they’re doing? Continue reading “A moment of reflection on my 26th birthday”
It’s a rite of passage, and on all of the travel websites as a ‘must do tourist activity’ when visiting Victoria. Driving the great ocean road is a customizable adventure – a pick and mix of activities if you will, guaranteed to keep you entertained while you drive the 243km stretch of road that hugs the south-eastern coast of Australia, from Torquay to Allansford.
When it comes to Melbourne, it’s easy to walk around the streets all day and miss the real heart of the city. The city isn’t found on the roads that are we would naturally follow, it’s hidden it laneways, alleyways and on rooftops that we wouldn’t find by accident. Continue reading “Melbourne laneways”