Archive for Category: "australia"
I’ve been “nomadic” for about two years now, which many think is a bit insane but I kind of love it. At this point I’ve been in Port Douglas, Australia working and living for two full months. Although that may not sound like a long time to many people, that is a very long time for a backpacker
I spent two years living in Australia. I spent two very short years exploring the islands, swimming the waters and hiking the hills of this amazing country, and I miss it everyday. It’s become a part of who I am.
Australia’s East Coast, from Sydney to Cooktown is absolutely stunning with a variety of things to do, see, and eat, and with tons of people to meet. While I loved doing it and loved the ease and comfort of this route, I’m always a huge fan of getting off the beaten track.
Institutes of higher education tout their study abroad offerings as a complement to the residential college experience. While I agree with that viewpoint, my study abroad experience provided much more. My time in both Salzburg and Paris launched me into a lifetime of international travel
The first time I saw the Opera House in the flesh, my face lit up; I was a giddy school girl. Although I had already been in Australia for almost three months, it wasn’t until I saw those white tiles that I felt I was truly in the land down under