I’ve always been a girl to save the best for last and this holiday was no exception. Initially, I had planned to visit Sweden or Norway but, my heart kept drawing me back to France. It would be my fourth time in this wonderful country and I was excited to try somewhere new. With its … More Brilliant Bordeaux
Krakow may just be one of my new favourite European cities. This Polish city offers something for everyone: culture, history, nightlife and delicious food! My motive for travelling to Krakow was to visit Auschwitz however, as soon as I stepped inside the city walls, I knew I was in for treat! We were welcomed through the … More A Short Guide to Krakow
It was nice to be in a city where people were excited to hear you were from Australia. A place where we had fun using charades to signal what we needed. A place (for once) not filled with tourists. Locals were curious as to why we had chosen to visit Novi Sad and to be … More Why Novi Sad deserves more than just a day trip.
I’m certainly not of the belief that money can buy you happiness. Never have been. Never will. In fact, for those who know me well, would know that I’m usually doing everything I can to save a little cash. I’ll often pack a lunch, instead of eating out; arrive by foot, over taking a cab; … More How Money Bought Me Happiness in Dubrovnik
When planning our holiday to Croatia, there was one place that was constantly recommended. Hvar was said to be one of the favourite Croatian islands for tourists to visit. We were told it was the place to go for beautiful beaches, delicious seafood and wild nightlife. Well, Hvar – you certainly ticked all of these … More Hvar, Croatia
From the moment I entered the park, I was mesmerised. Completely entranced. The sun shone down onto the lakes and reflected a shade of bright blue. The colours ranged depending on the depth of water. Dark blue in the centre and light at the lakes edge. We descended down the winding path to reach the … More How to Survive the Crowds at Plitvice Lakes