I feel that since I started this blog I’ve been pretty honest and open to many of my personal ongoings [and all those mishaps] since day one so I guess I can’t really go wrong with laying my heart on the line [online] with this one… Firstly, i would like to note that i haven’t … More Living in Dubai & out of a suitcase. My single years. #thelearningcurve
For as long as i can remember i have yearned to live near to the beach, with that postcard perfect palm tree lined promenade, an ocean as blue as the sky above it and able to soak my feet in sandy stretched shores..la la la you get the idea. Now since living in Dubai for … More Finding happiness in what we have, not what we don’t. Diary entry #2
Its March 2017. Two months to go until that milestone. Yup i knew this year was looming, the dreaded 29+1, thirties, dirty thirties, flirty thirties, and supposedly (and to be fair, always proven to be) ‘THE BEST YEARS OF YOUR LIFE.’ However you want to call it, its still a seriously huge transition to any … More Letter to my 29 year old self. RAMBLINGS.
Couchsurfing. A term I had heard of only once when one of my more wilder than wild friends told me that this is what she had done for 6 weeks throughout her travels in South America. A concept designed primarily for travellers to stay as ‘guests’ in homes around the world, to experience and share … More On the couch in the Côte d’Azur: Nice
I am forever being asked “where is your favourite place?” Considering i have been bouncing (slingshot) around this beautiful earth for over three years now, i should surely have one right? So incredibly wrong. I hand on heart do not think i could pick just one piece of paradise to call my favourite. The truth is, i … More Doorsteps, stairways & colour pop walls: Top ten insta photo ops around the world
Where to begin. I’ve been so slack on keeping this, ‘journal of tales’ yet have acquired far too many to be kept for my own personal amusement/ horror (delete as appropriate). Nevertheless, going forward from now I am going to continue to divulge the stories that one day I will be able to tell those … More Palm Trees, chin doctors & angel wings: Welcome to LA
It’s 4am in rainy Auckland New Zealand. The rain is pattering against the window, it’s reminding me of home. I am wide awake. Hungry. Thirsty. Head spinning with a million thoughts. Why does all the magic happen at such unearthly hours. When I was young I was only able to study during the ghost hours … More 4am thoughts: the curse or magic of jet lag?