G’day from the outback! It’s been two months since I left the metropolitan buzz of Melbourne for the dusty landscapes of rural Victoria. My time doing farm work has gone pretty quickly since I got into the swing of things, and I’m almost half way through my 88 days – so it seemed a good … More Australia: Farm Life
It’s been a little while since I last posted an update, but never fear fan(s), I am alive and well. This one’s a fairly long post to fill you in after radio silence – so maybe grab a drink before you read on… After my motorbike adventure round Malaysia with Liam and Owen, it was … More My next chapter: Australia!
After our quick exploration of the Indonesian capital, Will and I moved onto Yogyakarta. In my research I’d come across several reviews saying the train journey between the cities was very pretty so we opted to do that. It took just under 8 hours but our seats were comfortable, we had plenty of legroom and … More Indonesia: Yogyakarta
From the ramshackle cultural mish-mash of Penang, we moved onto the Cameron Highlands; an old British hill station area bang slap in the middle of Peninsular Malaysia. We trudged sweatily the couple of kilometres to the bus station, waited a very long time, got our transfer to a bigger bus station on Penang, waited a … More Malaysia: Cameron Highlands
After five big nights on Phi Phi, I crawled to the port to catch my ferry to my next destination: Koh Kradan. This post is a bit of a one-off in that I was lucky enough to be treated to a week’s holiday by my parents who came out to meet me, so I don’t … More Thailand: Koh Kradan and Koh Libong