From the tippy top of the North Island to the end of the road in the South Island (literally) with a puddle-jumping plane to Stewart Island. We road tripped, we hiked, we kayaked, we swam, we flew, we ferried, we biked, we lived to tell the tale. Carpe Diem New Zealand!
If you wanna see a thorny, go to Alice Springs. If you wanna see the biggest monolith in the world, go to Kata Tjuta National Park. We spent three days exploring Uluru & the Olgas – despite the midsummer heat – before driving to Alice Springs in search of a thorny devil, which we found…
Port Macquarie had a beautiful coastline, easily the prettiest place in NSW. Sydney was the worst of all the places I’ve visited in Australia. Unfortunately, this is where I spent Christmas. Melbourne was absolutely the most fun! Port Macquarie Sydney Melbourne
Driving for 13,000 kilometers on Australia’s pin-straight roads can make you do funny things. Strip down. Dress up. Go nuts.
A one way ticket that lead to a beautiful life in Hobart, Tasmania. If you’re thinking about taking a visit, make sure you check out Raincheck Lounge in New Town for a weekend Chef’s table dinner and absolutely go to the MONA. The Salamanca weekend markets are a treat, and Mt. Wellington has a stunning…
I had three months to see as much of Western Australia as possible before getting kicked out of the country. After a rough landing in Perth and a few days adjusting to Port Hedland’s martian terrain, I hit the road with my good Friend Alexander James, exploring 15,000 kilometers of the Western coast of Australia.
The Wairarapa, or “Glistening Waters”, is a region in the North Island named by the Maori people for its stunning rivers and lakes. In three days, I caught only a glimpse of the Wairarapa’s beauty. I took an unexpected hike into Patuna chasm, a limestone wonderland of stalactites and greenery that passes through pine forests…
Queensland: My first college semester abroad. My first memories of Australia. My first Couchsurfing experience. My first time skydiving.
One of the most beautiful themes of life I encountered on every island was youth. Innocent, curious, timid and playful. Children are children, no matter the setting.
In total, I have spent close to 9 months traveling the islands of Indonesia. The majority of my time has been squandered in Bali. Famed for it’s multitude of beaches, world-class surf and excess of affordable indulgences, it’s starting to lose it’s charm. Though still beautiful and bountiful, it’s slowly transforming into a plastic paradise….