Kelsey and I said See Ya Later to Canada over 8 months ago – we left with a solid set plan in our mind, had our goals laid out, and were ready to take on Australia. Not even 6 weeks into being in Brisbane had we totally thrown away our initial plans to find a … Continue reading Plans Change. And That’s Okay.
We had heard great things about Newcastle; but, we had totally skipped over it on our last Aussie adventure. We were excited to see what it had in store for us! We woke up early on Saturday, October 21 and left our parking spot at Mooney Mooney Rest Stop. I enjoy eating breakfast with a … Continue reading A Weekend in Newcastle, NSW
Let’s just start by saying that I am WAY behind on these blogging shenanigans; but, I shall continue slowly but surely. Like I said when I first began this blog – it’s a way for me to let all my friends and family back home know what I’ve been up to (miss you all!). So … Continue reading Blown Away: Kiama and Wollongong
Words cannot describe the amount of happiness when I finally saw the waters of the East Coast. To me, it officially meant we were completely done with the farm life. We had put over 1200km between us and the farm and we were able to truly relax and be beach bums for a couple weeks. … Continue reading Back to the East Coast: Jervis Bay
Kelsey and I first visited The Grampians National Park in May 2014 during our 6 week tour of Australia’s East Coast in our little Hippie Campervan. We regretted not spending a little bit more time in the area and completing a proper hike. We moved from the farm life to van life on Monday, October … Continue reading Grampians National Park: Mount Rosea
Kelsey and I have now officially been in Australia for 100 days. It’s been a roller coaster of a trip so far – and we’ve only just begun! We’ve visited 4/7 Australia states, traveled over 4000km in our van, we’re just about half way through our time on the farm and I’m sure I’ve learned … Continue reading 67 Things I’ve Learned in 100 Days in Australia
Sunny days, beachy tans and no worries, right? Well yes, but not all of the time. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE Australia, but it is a new country, new surroundings and it’s a lot of learning by trial and error. Moving across the world is a massive change. Here’s a few things that … Continue reading What They Don’t Tell You About Moving to Australia