Although I only au paired in Italy for two months, I was still able to learn a couple of valuable lessons about this artful business that I wish I’d been told from Continue reading
After I finished high school I embarked on my first solo trip to Cambodia for a month. I’d signed up with a gap year and student travel adventure specialist (called Real Gap Experience) to volunteer as an English teacher at an orphanage in Siem Reap, and after Continue reading
Having travelled to so many places before, this guesthouse gave me by far the best experience. It wasn’t a luxury hotel, but everyone here was just so friendly (so was every Cambodian I met!), not to mention their super cheap food that were just so hearty and delicious too. I stayed here for a month as a first-time solo traveller, and I absolutely cannot thank Victory Guesthouse enough for taking such good care of me.
As a Sydneysider, I’m telling you right now that you absolutely cannot visit Australia without visiting Queensland, and Fraser Island is one of the many islands just off Queensland’s coast. Being the biggest sand island in the world and with tropical climates, it’s an important place when you think of the word: “biodiversity”! With 1,840km² of sand, Kingfisher Bay Resort is by far the most popular and possibly the biggest resort. It was voted ‘Best Beach Resort in Australia’ by the Discovery Travel Channel and has won six Australian Tourism and nine Queensland Tourism Awards. You can stay in: hotel rooms, a variety of villas (one bedroom loft villas, two bedroom standard villas, two bedroom spa villas, two bedroom loft villas, three bedroom spa villas, executive villas), house, lodge. Basically, that list showed the variety of accommodation options at Kingfisher Bay Resort, and for more information, click here.