Tag: solo travel

Berlin Walking Tour with Original Berlin Walks

Third Reich Walking Tour Review

No trip to Berlin, Germany, would be complete without some sort of activity that acknowledges the country’ history between 1918 and 1990. During a casual stroll through the city you will come across various museums and monuments, and a paved brick line that criss-crosses the city to outline where the Berlin Wall once stood. And as a solo traveler it is all well and good to stroll around, stopping in areas that catch your interest, but I honestly cannot more highly recommend signing up for a Third Reich Walking Tour if you get the chance.

Should You Join a Group Trip? Pros and Cons

Are you considering travelling overseas but are unsure if you should go solo or join a group trip? Here I’ve documented the pros and cons of group trips for travel.

Visiting MONA in Tasmania

Graffiti on the MONA Ferry

Welcome to MONA – the Museum of Old and New Art. The most mind-blowing, stimulating and sensational modern arts museums in the world. 

Zip Lining in Ancient New Zealand Forests

One of the bridges on the Rotorua Zip Lining Tour

“Don’t look down. Don’t. Look. Down.” The mantra was running in a loop through my mind as I slowly and carefully approached the edge of the platform. “Just keep going down the steps, you’ll fly off with no effort” my guide said to me,…

See the Devil’s Marbles

The Devil's Marbles before sunset

The Devil’s Marbles Conservation Reserve, know by the traditional Aboriginal owners as Karlu Karlu, is place of beauty, mystery and colour. It is also a place that should definitely be on your bucket list.

Getting the VIP Treatment in Egypt

The side of a gold and turquoise coffin in the Cairo museum

Gather around and let me tell you a story. A story of confusion. A story of disgust. A story of hysterical laughter. Let me tell you of the time I had a spa treatment in Egypt.

Exploring Cradle Mountain

A boat cabin on the edge of Dove Lake

Exploring the Cradle Mountain National Park has been on my to do list for many years, and I finally got to experience it’s beauty in July this year, and it did not disapoint.

Explore Kings Canyon

The view of the canyon walls from the velley

Over the four day Easter break, I jumped in the car with my crazy friend, and we hit the road bound for Kings Canyon.I know Uluru gets most of the attention, but Kings Canyon really is one of the most scenic, peaceful and magical places in the Red Centre. And if it’s not on your bucket list, then it definitely should be.