G’Day folks! This year I’d really like to branch out and do different types of videos including tips, tricks, travels hacks and how-to videos!ย I thought i’d throw together a little vid for you all to check out how i pack and the process i go through – there might be a handy hint or two in there for you as well!

If you have some cool travel hacks or anything i might have missed be sure to leave a comment or link below so everyone can check them out!


G’Day Guys! I started the new year off with an awesome road trip across Australia! We traveled from Brisbane, in South East Queensland, down into New South Wales – somewhere between the Great Dividing Range & the Outback.

Travel days can easily be days from hell – waiting around at airports, waking up before the sun to get to a bus stop or train station, finding there’s no coffee shops open and you’re lugging around what all of a sudden has become the heaviest backpack in the world – you get the picture ๐Ÿ™‚

But the awesome thing about doing a road trip is you can go at your own pace, stop and start whenever you like, explore little picnic areas or lookout points if you chose to and the most fun of all: exploring little shops or streets or towns along the way.


This was a pretty ambitious road trip – we estimated we would be on the road about ten hours – and aimed to be at our destination before sunset. Out in the country side after dark there’s a real threat of hitting kangaroos skipping across the road, which of course runs the risk of not only hurting them but also possibly hurting your car – big time!

We left Brisbane as early in the day as we could (we needed to be caffeinated of course!) and spent a total of eleven and a half hours driving until we reached the picturesque country town of Gulgong. Check out the travel vlog below to join the adventure!


Happy New Years! Iโ€™ve been busy spending the first two weeks of the new year exploring the Mid West region of New South Wales โ€“ Australia!

A number of small country towns dot the landscape between here and the outback, each one with its own little story & charm. Today I got the opportunity to do a day trip to one of them โ€“ Dubbo.


The first European to step foot in Dubbo was John Oxley, a surveyor from Yorkshire, England. Dubbo was originally settled by Europeans as a sheep and cattle ranch area around the 1820s.

By the 1860s Dubbo was well on its way to establishing itself as regional hub with the government building a court house & police station as well as the gold rush era attracting many settlers to the area.

Today Dubbo draws tourists visiting attractions such as the Old Dubbo Gaol – originally built and opened in 1871 but then closed by the 1960s. Also the Taronga Western Plains Zoo, which is an open range adventure that runs a successful breeding program for a number of endangered species as well as being home to many animals including white, black and Indian Rhinocerosโ€™.

Although i only got to spend a day here it’s somewhere i’ll definitely return to one day to explore more!


Looking back on this year past I know that I didn’t get to travel anywhere near as much as I would have liked to – but I am thankful for this year as it really fueled the fire for me to go big next year.

2017 is going to be absolutely amazing and I’ll be working hard everyday to not only explore this planet as much as I can but ensure it’s the best year ever!

I’m wishing you all an awesome New Years – be safe and party hard and I can’t wait to share my adventures with you all in the new year ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€


We made it! Part 3 of #LostInIndia witnesses our first full day of India! Of course the main priority for me was to seek out where my local coffee shop would be for the next few days – among other things!

Eyleen gives you a quick tour of the room we’re staying in then we explore the Main Bazaar – the heart and soul of Parhar Ganj – bustling with makeshift markets, authentic street food and souvenir shops catering to the local tourists!


The latest installment of our journey to India!

This week we arrive at Changi International Airport, waiting for our transfer flight to New Delhi, India!

It was a bit of a Stopover (and we may have accidently had a few too many bourbon & cokes on the plane) so we just wandered around and explored one of the best airports on the planet!

Next Episode we finally land in India! Stay Tuned!