Stepping into the school’s hall, 100 faces turn towards us, 200 eyes staring openly. Kids start to giggle, hiding their mouths behind small palms. Some point at us and then whisper unknown words to their friends. The teachers glance at Read more >
There is a reason why Chapel Hill is consistently rated as one of the best places in America to live, and as being the best college town in the States. It’s a town that is created around the college, which Read more >
The deafening roar of the crowd filled my ears as the UNC Tar Heels made their way out onto the basketball court. In a line they stride out from the dressing room, showing visibly the adrenalin rushing through their bodies Read more >
Hermosa Beach. The ‘beautiful’ beach as it translates from Spanish. There’s not many areas in LA I would call beautiful, but Hermosa is definitely one. It’s not a place you will find hordes of backpackers, the majority that come here Read more >
Andi is another travel blogger I met through the travel community. I first noticed Andi through all the comments she would leave on everyone’s blogs. She was always so friendly and supportive. I popped over to visit her website and Read more >
It is amazing who you meet in the travel blogging world. Annie and I met recently after she contacted me to tell me of a memorable experience she had traveling through my hometown Woy Woy. It is not often that Read more >
The cacophony of crickets brings me peace, as I sit on my porch and welcome the moon shining down upon a magical Carolina evening. My hair no longer sticks to my face, but blows gently in the wake of the passing summer Read more >
So I am excited to be returning to God’s country, as we so love to call Australia. Despite all the traveling I do and the love I have for so many places around the world, Australia will always be my Read more >
So the time is fast approaching. We will be leaving the shores of the US in less than a week. Now that we know we are going, I’m now starting to look at everything around me in terms of “I Read more >
So I’ve not yet arrived home in Oz and I’m pissed off, in a major way. Making the decision to return home to Australia was one of the most difficult I’ve had to make in my life. I didn’t want Read more >


Using Pre-paid Travel Money Cards

My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was. Read more >