Ever since I've started visiting different countries, travelled around the world or simply just wanted somewhere to stay closer to the city centre, I have chosen to stay in hostels over other forms of accommodation. Why? Hostels are cheap, firstly. And secondly, you get to meet people, make friends, share your stories and generally exchange … Continue reading Hostels, Yay or Nay?
Something I have learned over the last year, that has finally been drilled into my head, is that the world owes you absolutely nothing.
On Wednesday, I boarded a twelve hour coach to Melbourne and waved goodbye to the city I had come to call home. Sydney has a way of making you stay regardless of your intentions; keeping you in its bubble of buzzing office workers, flourishing parks and constant network of public transport weaving around busy construction … Continue reading Goodbye Sydney.
Wynyard Station Sydney, New South Wales 'Aspire' Pyrmont, New South Wales This week's song obsession: The River - Eminem ft. Ed Sheeran
Going outside with my camera is a lot like walking up and opening my eyes. It's all about perspective. The lens you look through can completely change your surroundings: "You can rarely change how somebody thinks or acts, you can only change how you choose to react to those actions." - A loose quote from … Continue reading It’s All About Perspective.
From what I have seen there are two types of backpacker in Sydney: the party types and the people who want to stay in Australia working on something they enjoy and saving for future travel.
Cutting all the nonsense, writing the truth and we all know I'm a bit of an oversharer, so strap in tight and listen up. This is my year in places.