Now that I’m back in Australia for good, I’ve decided that it might be a nice idea to focus my travels on my home country for a while. Australia is such a brilliant, huge country, and there is seriously so much to be explored and discovered!
Travellers can be such a huge a mix of different personalities and interesting quirks. And as we take on this world, one trip at a time, we notice that we tend to develop certain characteristics, or suit a certain group of traveller.
Now that Christmas is just around the corner, and the New Year is approaching fast, I always think this time of year is an excellent time to start thinking about next year’s travel plans. Or, even better, write a bucket list!
London is one of those magical cities that seems so far away and out of reach for us Australians. With the big price tag attached to flights there, some of us may never get there, or will only ever manage to make the trip once in their life.
Having a handy selection of go-to travel resources will give you a huge help in planning for your upcoming travels. They’re easy to use, readily available, give you advice and assist in helping you decide on where you want to go and what you want to see when you’re travelling. They’re fantastic! Here are some of my favourites that I like to use.
Melbourne is a seriously cool, beautiful city, and one I have a serious crush on! Being only an hour away from Geelong, I’m awfully lucky to be so close to the Victorian capital. It is incredibly easy to get to, and is patiently waiting to be explored by fellow Victorians, as well as eager visitors.