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Guide on how to buy a Backpacker car in Australia

I decided to compile a FAQ guide to buying a backpacker car or camper van in Australia, as it is not as straight-forward and easy as one would hope. Especially the registration system can be quite complex – since every state has a slightly different system. I also included loads...

First impressions & expressions…Australia

I loved the ‘real’ Australia – the one just outside of the cities, where you see the kangaroo roadsigns. Where the sand is red. Where it’s endless roads of nothingness and… well…you. I adored the outback! Imagine my face when I first spotted some kangaroos in the wild! I couldn’t...

What to do in Phnom Penh?

My favourite cafe was ‘Sugar & Spice’ over at ‘Daughters of Cambodia’. A project that was founded to support women who have just escaped the sex trade – many of them victims of trafficking. There is a room inside of the shop where you watch a film about the women’s...

Cambodia: What to do in Siem Reap?

Siem Reap is a pretty little town. No, I mean really PRETTY! Some alleyways of Siem Reap somehow reminded me of France or Italy – it seemed so ‘European’. I loved all the little beautiful cafes and restaurants. The atmosphere, especially in the evening, was so inviting. If you fancy...

Recipe: Pavlova (New Zealand & Australia)

This is probably one of the easiest cakes you will ever make. And it’s low in calories and gluten free! In New Zealand and Australia it is very popular during the summer months – especially on Christmas. It is a delectable, fruity light summer cake perfect for those warmer days....

Yoga in Cambodia – Banteay Srey in Kampot

During my stay in Kampot, I discovered the ‘Banteay Srey’ Women’s Project: a Spa and Yoga space. In fact, it is so much more. It is a vocational training centre, created by Freya, that focuses on providing a safe heaven for vulnerable women in Cambodia, by providing them the opportunity...

Cambodia: First Impressions & Expressions

It was an early start when we left our Bangkok hotel, at Sukhumvit Soi 18. Thankfully we only had to walk a few minutes before we saw the first taxi driver approach us. It was surprisingly warm – despite the time, it was 4.30am. ‘To the main railway station, please’.Today...

4 Reasons why you need to visit Paddington (Brisbane)

When I googled ‘Paddington’ prior to our arrival, I didn’t find much – so I wasn’t expecting much either. Well…‘Expect the Unexpected’ is one of my favourite slogans for good reason. It is suburbs like this that remind me, time and time again, why I love being surprised during my...