In the most colourful @airbnb at St Andrews Beach in Australia with my most vivacious friend @bells3 who has mastered yogurt bowl making but also Moscow mules, repacks your carry on (because by her standards it is inadequate), and will makes you laugh uncontrollably, but also serenade you whether in the same room or 16,000 miles apart
Tag your international BFFs 👇🏻 and tell them your favourite quality about them or better yet favourite story (mine are all in my stories...)
I love traveling - and this applies to travel anywhere in the world, it’s more just about being outside of your daily routine - mainly because every day is a #zeroplansday which basically means we either find ourselves eating bruised bananas and cereal for dinner out of a @keepcup in bed OR we get to strip down and go dancing in the sea alongside sunset surfers. And I freakin’ love both those things 🌎🌊☀️ #slowtravel#byronbabes#shouldnothavebotheredpackingthemclothes
Ellis Brook Valley, located on Rushton Road in the suburb of Martin, Is recognised as the richest wildflower location in the Perth Metropolitan Area. It has over 500 species of wildflowers in a beautiful hidden valley only minutes from Gosnells Town Centre.
There are four walk trails of varying degrees of difficulty, ranging from the 'Easy Walk Trail', which provides wheelchair access to the bushland, to the more difficult 'Sixty Foot Falls Circuit', which takes in sweeping views across Perth from the top of the waterfall. The Ellis Brook Valley Walk Trails brochure provides detailed mapping of the trails.
Ellis Brook Valley is a rich breeding site and home for many native and visiting birds, including cockatoos, parrots, pardalotes, splendid and wedge-tailed eagles. It is also home to kangaroos, possums, bats and other native wildlife.
Springtime, from mid-September to early November, is the best time to visit the Valley, with the wildlife and flowers at their peak.
Take a stroll through Cooks Cottage while in Melbourne 🌳
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Avenue of the Baobabs 🌴 Morondava, Madagascar. Photo by @lukewaitphotography Tag who you want to visit this magical place with 💛 #Dotrav
🇦🇺 (🇪🇸 primer comentario) I couldn’t choose better photo to talk about what I’ve heard most since I arrived to Australia almost 9 months ago “Visa is so difficult to get! I can’t go!” and “Living in Australia is the best I’m so jealous” I answered “Absolutely, not” to both
It’s hard to get a permanent visa in Australia but not a temporal one. I’m on my Work and Holidays Visa and was easy to get just following all the steps. Student Visa is also very effortless but quite more expensive.
Australia is not what people said to me. I’m tired of who say how perfect is every country without telling drawbacks. Australia is not a dream or a flowers pathway. If you don’t have a permanent visa (and for sure, high English level) is gonna be pretty difficult find a good job that you’ll be qualified for. Minimum wages are high but also living cost and difficult to find quality food for a cheap price. Even you don’t mind working in a farm or hospitality, please realise there also are heaps of people thinking same. •
My recommendation is come with lots savings, buy a van and go around, push yourself hard to achieve what you want and travel outside the cities is where kangaroos, koalas, surf, diving and other beautiful things that you couldn’t find in anywhere else in the world are. I wish someone would’ve told me that instead “Australia is cool, so many jobs, cities are the best and I won’t like to live”. Lucky I did my own recommendations for the very first moment :)
Any other questions about Australia guys? Comment below and glad to help you with!
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Sunset at the Carlo Sand Blow, Rainbow Beach. It’s basically a half-pipe sand dune with breathtaking views 😍
It’s a beautiful feeling to live your dream 😌⚡️🏝🌅🚌🥑🌈
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c'est important de partager ce qui est inspirant pour moi, et puis c'est aussi une façon de dire merci, merci à tout ceux qui oeuvre à propager l'avenir. 😘 alors merci à toi Mr Peuss 🌏 Vlog voyage je pense que tu en fais partie, même si t'as pas besoin de moi pour que ça se sache.
And then there were 33... it’s taken me 7 years of nonstop travel to visit 83% of the world’s countries, where some of my favorites include Philippines🇵🇭 Iran🇮🇷 Pakistan🇵🇰 Vietnam🇻🇳 Netherlands🇳🇱 South Korea🇰🇷 Japan🇯🇵 Czech Republic🇨🇿 Namibia🇳🇦 and Malaysia🇲🇾 — However, the last remaining countries (64% of which are in #Africa ) are going to be the toughest in terms of logistics, visas, flights, accessibility, money, bureaucracy, time spent, etc.. If all goes as planned, I’ll be finished in about a year from now. The real challenge starts now, and I can’t wait! Thank you all for following along on this crazy journey. The best is yet to come 🙏
Day 2: Croc spotting tour in the mangroves/estuary. Some interesting facts: - temperature of the nest in which eggs are laid determines the sex of the offspring
- there's approx 1 female croc every 1.5km or so
- males crocs can get to about 5-6m long. Once they reach a certain length, they start growing larger width wise
--they can keep their breath for over an he
- our guide has seen a croc walk away with a cassowary in the last month or so!
Since being in Australia I’ve not been posting as many foodie photos, mainly because it’s way pricier to eat out in Aus. But it’s also because I just love to cook and be in the kitchen (and my cooking isn’t that insta worthy) 😂.
What is totally worth a shoutout though is @namastenourishment , an amazing plant based cafe I went to in Ballarat! .
This was hands down one of the best desserts I’ve ever had, raw vegan or not! .
Now, Ballarat (an hour or 2 out of Melbourne) Isn’t your normal backpacker route, but it is a beautiful area and if you’re in the neighbourhood, go to this cafe!