I had mixed feelings when it came to the ‘working’ part of my Australian Working Holiday. After a few months of travelling down the East Coast of Australia, I was ready to work again, both mentally and financially. However I felt overwhelmed by the prospect of actually looking for work and I knew that once I had a job, the constant daily excitement that I … Continue reading Melbourne: What it’s really like to work on an Australian Working Holiday
Think long and hard; What’s your favourite place that you’ve ever been to while travelling? Chances are it wasn’t a typical ‘bucket list’ destination or even somewhere that you’d particularly wanted to go before. It might be the dirtiest Asian city but for some reason you found yourself amongst the chaos, or it might be the smallest beachside town with nothing to do but the … Continue reading A 20-Something’s Travel Guide to Noosa
Wicked camper van review Australia: Cheap, budget camper vans Doing a road trip in a camper van in Australia has been something that’s been on my bucket list for ages so when me and two friends decided to do that for a four day, three night road trip from Cairns to Cape Tribulation and back, I was beyond excited. There are a lot of camper van rental … Continue reading Wicked Campers Australia: Review and all you need to know
This time last week me and my friend landed in Melbourne, excited but overwhelmed after a solid 24 hours travelling, and with nothing other than our Australian working holiday visas and potentially a years worth of clothes stuffed into our backpacks. I had been talking about my working holiday in Australia for a while now but the reality that I was really doing it didn’t … Continue reading Australia working holiday: My first week has taught me..
If you’ve read this blog before then you’ll probably know that I went travelling though Central America with G Adventures on their Central American Journey tour this spring. It was my first ever group tour and was something that I did because I didn’t feel confident travelling through the region solo. You can read about my experience here: Should You Do A Group Tour? G Adventures … Continue reading G Adventures Central America Homestay Review
Last year when Levash first opened its doors on Brighton’s Gardner Street, I’ve got to admit that the first thing I thought was ‘oh great, another falafel place’. However a few weeks ago I decided to give this Middle Eastern cafe a visit and I’ve got to say it’s so much more than that. With its array of fresh, locally sourced middle eastern breakfast, lunch and … Continue reading Levash, Brighton Review
Writing a travel journal wasn’t something that I’d done before this year however I got really into journalling on my last trip and now I’m completely converted to keeping one. Writing in a journal while I was away was great for so many reasons. I loved making myself take the time to gather my thoughts, write down funny stories and stick in things like train … Continue reading How To Write A Travel Journal
An NCTJ level 3 diploma is an accredited journalism course ran by the National College for the Training of Journalists. The course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to begin a career as a professional journalist and it can be taken before, after or instead of university. In many cases an NCTJ is something that is requested by editors in an application … Continue reading Should You Do A Journalism Degree? Why I Did An NCTJ Instead