Confessions Of A Melbourne Barista: Spilling the beans of what it's like to make coffee in Melbourne 

Confessions Of A Melbourne Barista: Spilling the beans of what it’s like to make coffee in Melbourne 

I love the routine that I have going in Melbourne- and when I’m not busy writing or out exploring the city, you’ll find me at my cafe job, making coffees. Coffee making is something that I’ve been doing on and off for the last few years back in England- ever since I was seventeen and I got my first cafe job. It’s a job that … Continue reading Confessions Of A Melbourne Barista: Spilling the beans of what it’s like to make coffee in Melbourne 

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How To Plan A Backpacking Trip (Without Really Planning It)

I know that the title of this blog post might sound a little bit cryptic but read on, I’ll explain what I’m talking about. After having spent the majority of the last couple of years travelling, one question that I get asked a lot is- ‘how do you plan your backpacking trips?’ Well, I’ll let you in on a little secret: I don’t- at least … Continue reading How To Plan A Backpacking Trip (Without Really Planning It)

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How To Travel In Australia For Cheap

Travelling in Australia needn’t be expensive. Before I got here, I was lead to believe that travelling in Australia was going to bankrupt me but that’s just not the case. Granted, it doesn’t match the ridiculously cheap prices of other popular backpacking areas such as South East Asia, however, with a few top tips, a trip down under doesn’t have to cost the earth either. Here’s how … Continue reading How To Travel In Australia For Cheap

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How to order coffee in Melbourne like a Melbournian

Melbourne coffee guide: Melbourne’s Cafe Menu’s explained They say that the best coffee in the world is in Australia and the best city to find it in is Melbourne. Having lived in Melbourne for a year, I can vouch that it is true: Melburnians have a bit of a love affair with coffee. In fact, the city boasts more cafes per capita then any other- … Continue reading How to order coffee in Melbourne like a Melbournian

A 20 Something Travel Guide To Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a country that had been on my bucket-list for ages. Located at the bottom of Central America and repeatedly voted one of the happiest countries in the world, Costa Rica is known for its spectacular beaches, vast wildlife, yoga, surf culture and its ecotourism, so I just knew that I had to visit it. However I knew very little about Costa Rica and I … Continue reading A 20 Something Travel Guide To Costa Rica

Brighton Budget Restaurants: Where To Get Lunch For Less Than £5

A locals guide to cheap eats in Brighton: Food for less than a fiver  As much as I LOVE going out to eat in Brighton, one thing that really gets me down is spending a lot of money on food. There are so many fantastic brunch and lunch places to choose from in the city but most of them usually set me back at least … Continue reading Brighton Budget Restaurants: Where To Get Lunch For Less Than £5

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How To Order Coffee In Vietnam

Vietnam coffee guide: From Hanoi to Hue, How to order coffee like a pro in Vietnam (and where to get it from) Whenever people ask me what my favourite destination I’ve travelled to so far is, I struggle but I usually come to the same answer: Vietnam, and that’s mainly for the coffee. When I turned up to Hanoi in October as part of my … Continue reading How To Order Coffee In Vietnam

What to do if you want to travel but have no one to travel with

Stop waiting for others: Here’s why being alone doesn’t need to stop you from travelling You’ve got the money, you’ve got the time and you’re all ready to jet off and travel the world.  There’s only one problem, you’ve got no one to go with. Going travelling is one of the most exciting experiences ever so it can seem crazy that’s it’s often hard to rustle up … Continue reading What to do if you want to travel but have no one to travel with

What I ate in a day: Costa Rica

Traditional, Vegan, Gluten free and vegetarian food in Costa Rica, Central America As promised here’s the next of my ‘what I ate in a day‘ posts that I’ll be writing up about my recent trip through Central America. We all know that eating is one of the best parts of travelling and personally I’m always fascinated by diets in other countries so I thought this would … Continue reading What I ate in a day: Costa Rica

El Salvador: Why Pupusas Are The Best Thing You’ll Ever Eat

A foodies guide to eating in El Salvador Before I actually got to El Salvador in Central America, I wasn’t too sure what I was actually going to blog about. I didn’t know much about the country, I was only going to be there for a couple of nights and in all honesty in comparison to other countries I was travelling to like Guatemala and Costa … Continue reading El Salvador: Why Pupusas Are The Best Thing You’ll Ever Eat