10 Romantic Things to do in Melbourne

Romantic Things to do in Melbourne

Melbourne is one of the most exciting cities to visit in Australia. The buzzing city has nightlife, a great food scene, festivals galore, and outdoor activities. It is tough to hate on the city. I will never regret booking a spontaneous flight to Melbourne years ago. I can’t wait to … Read More

The Seven Best Hostels in Australia to Stay At

Hostels in Australia

Sun-soaked beaches, endless opportunities for adventure and buzzing cities, it’s no surprise that Australia is a haven for backpackers. Every year, vast amounts of travelers, young and old, flock to the land down under to travel the glorious coastline, the colossal outback and snap photos of all the iconic landmarks. … Read More

How to Make the Most Out of Your Time in Bali

Make the Most Out of Your Trip to Bali

It was 3 a.m. in Australia, I was three weeks into my study abroad in the land down under. Just out of curiosity I hopped on Skyscanner to see if I could find any great international flight deals from Sydney. $500 roundtrip to Bali was one of the first deals … Read More

Five International Trips to Take with Your Tax Refund

Income tax returns are due to the American government on April 18th, for the Aussies and Brits this date is October 31st. All over the world tax day is coming up fast! Hopefully, this means a little extra cash in your pocket from last years hard earned work. If you’ve … Read More

Travel Bloggers Reveal the 20 Best Cafes Around The World

The Best Cafes Around The World

The secrets out. We LOVE coffee! Even better than the coffee itself, is the surroundings your submerged in while sipping on those freshly ground beans. When we get to a new, unknown, and unexplored city we always set out to find that perfect cafe.  Apparently, so do other travel bloggers – … Read More

10 Reasons You Should Study Abroad At Least Once

10 Reasons to Study Abroad at Least Once

Breathing in the unfamiliar air, staring at the ocean from a completely different vantage point. The world around me had just opened up, and I felt small. I was 21 the first time I traveled abroad alone.  A dream of mine was to study abroad like my mother, and nailing … Read More