No matter our travel style differences -- budget, luxury, adventure, shoestring -- we travelers all have one thing in common: we love to explore the world! If you are a world lover, shouldn’t you be an Earth lover, too? We can all benefit from reducing our negative impact when we travel by being responsible travelers. … Continue reading Responsible Travel #1: Reducing Waste with Plastic-Free Alternatives
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Most people envision pristine waters and surfers under the sun when imagining an Australian holiday. True, Australia is blessed with spectacular beaches; it’s no wonder that 85% of the population lives near the coast. Not everyone, however, is into sandy stretches of coast. When planning your driving itinerary, switch it up by exploring the other gems of Australia’s coast. Here are six not-so-obvious recommendations on your Cairns-Sydney road trip.
A short walk through the woods to Maitland Bay in Bouddi National Park, Central Coast, Australia.
We've spent zero dollars during our time in Australia so far. One way to subsidize this cost is to housesit! Housesitting is an excellent way to experience local culture, take care of animals, and have some downtime to work on projects while you're on the road full-time. Here is a quick guide on how you can get started housesitting!
Australia is the perfect place for a road trip. But you need a car, right? Renting one is an option, but can quickly get expensive. Here is a brief overview on some tips for buying a car in Australia - specifically in Queensland.
For a week, we volunteered with a local florist near the Daintree Rainforest. We prepared for wedding events while learning all about native plants and animals!