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Hollie Roberts
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Moments #5
Wandering them Melbourne Laneways #bliss

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Whitsundays 2015: New Horizon
The Whitsunday islands…picture perfect heaven of sand, sea
and colour. It literally doesn’t get any better than this. I chose my tour with New Horizon, booked through PeterPans
backpacker travel agency. Altogether I think it cost me $440, and went so
smooth...

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Moments #4
Two asses squeezed into one tiny rickshaw in a rainstorm Thank god it was this chick with me

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Vietnam Diaries: Halong Bay
Halong Bay Authentically beautiful, this wonder
of the world worthy of any travellers bucket list. Budget, mid-sized or
luxurious – there is a trip for everyone who wants to see the sea of 1969
islands. Halong, meaning ‘Bay of Descending Dragons’ was suppos...

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Bondi to Coogee Costal walk


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Blue Mountains, Sydney
Another one checked off the Bucket list - the Blue Mountains. Rather than doing a standard tour for around $100, we chose to venture out to Katoomba ourselves and walk wherever the day took us. The train left around 8.15am and cost us a whopping $17.90 retu...

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Sydney Harbour, As Big and Beautiful as the Movies Say


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Liffey Falls, Tasmania
The tasmanian wilderness is always worth a walk in the winter. Take a 40 minute walk down around the back forests of Deloraine and you may find Liffey Falls, a gorgeous little heaven of water and greens. 

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Vietnam Diaries: Hoi An
Hoi An Yellow brick walls. Thin rusty bicycles. Fragile, crumbling
gates. Fine curling alleyways. Luxurious food. Fairy lights and lanterns. Hoi An is the gem of Vietnam, understated and authentic.
Classic detailing and beauty. The town is a intricate repli...

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Vietnam Diaries: Dalat
Five hours from Mui Ne to Dalat in a painfully cramped bus
(the only unfortunate leg of our 7 stop trip however), and we found ourselves
in Dalat, a quaint mountain side town in the hills of southern Vietnam.
Complete with an Eiffel Tower (I’m still unsure ...
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