• Travel Bloggers Share: How to Explore Your Own Backyard

    After big trips, I often feel some post-travel blues. Coming home and going back into a routine can seem boring, but it’s important to make your daily life just as exciting as your ‘travel life’. It’s easy to forget that our own hometowns often offer some amazing activities and sights – here are 6 travel bloggers telling YOU how to explore your own backyard. Buy a Local Travel Guidebook Our family travels mostly in our own state, usually within two hours of home.  We’ve lived here for 20 years, and we explore almost every weekend. How do we keep it fresh?  To our surprise, we’ve found some of the best…

  • How to Keep Your Hair Healthy When Travelling

    Ever come back from travelling and realise your hair is a tangled, knotty, dry mess? That was my LIFE during my years abroad. Luckily, with lots of trial and error, I've figured out some low ways to ensure my hair isn't fried by the time I'm returning home.

  • How to Travel With Your Friends (& Not Hate Them)

    I've been on trips that have been an absolute disaster because things were unclear between me and a friend... and I've lost friendships as a result. I've also been on trips that have been a million times more amazing because of my friends! Friends can really make or break a trip. Here are my top tips on how to travel with your friends (& not hate them).

  • 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Traveling Solo

    Solo travel is one of my favourite ways to see the world. My first time on my own was scary and intimidating, but also the most incredible journey of self-discovery, new friends, and amazing adventures. Here are the things I wish I knew beforehand.

  • Unexpected Tips: How to Dress for Temples

    One of my biggest travel pet peeves is seeing someone dressed inappropriately in a temple! I get it, it's hot outside, but it's still so important to respect local cultures. Here are my top temple outfit tips!

  • A Review of My Time at Keats Chinese School

    I was so pleasantly surprised with how much I LOVED my time in China, and honestly, most of it came down to the school I studied at. I felt my language skills come together quickly, I saw parts of Kunming I would have never otherwise explored, and I made life long friends. Here's my experience.

  • Unexpected Tips: The 5 Best Activities Southeast Asia Offers

    Southeast Asia... There's nowhere in the world like this crazy little region. There are countless things to do here, and hey, it can be a little overwhelming. Luckily, fellow travel blogger, Isabel, is here to share her top 5 activities Southeast Asia has on offer... and they sound fantastic.