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Ninja Packing: how to travel with a 6kg carry on

inja Packing is a fine art that you can master with time and experience. As a former long-term traveller, I learned the hard way that the less the better, even if travelling for shorter trips. Travelling with a carry on can be more than sufficient...

Life-saving tips to travel in South East Asia by motorbike

his is not a post for people that have never driven a scooter in their lives and decide to give it a try in Ko Phangan to reach the Full Moon Party. Which, by the way, it’s something that I don’t recommend considering that Ko Phangan has probably...

Bali and beyond. A quick Indonesian getaway.

Indonesia holds a very special place in my heart, to the point that I’m even considering moving there for a while.  Still, it’s not the easiest place to travel in. Java has wonderful temples but it’s the typical crowded, dirty, overpopulated and freaked out Asian...

Where to go in Thailand? Discover the backpacker trail

This article originally appeared on my old blog, Downunderpirates, in June 2014.   oday I’m finally taking you to amazing Thailand, a place that everyone has to see at least once in its life. Thailand it’s an extremely easy country to travel...

This is Burma and it is unlike any land you know about

Disclaimer: This post has been written in 2014, when the country just stared to open up. Since then, things have changed A LOT. Friends that visited last year told me stories of cheap sim cards and 3G everywhere; online accommodation booking and no more Chinese trucks...

That time when I was a Cowboy in Australia

ell, I have to admit that the title might be slightly misleading. My boyfriend was the cowboy, I was the station cook and this is the story of our jobs in a cattle station in Australia. It was the boiling July of 2013 and we were in rural...

Setting paddocks on fire. My farming nightmare in Australia

This article was written in 2013 about my farm work experience in Australia. I was working in Bedford Harbour Station in Western Australia.  14,000 Acres – The extent of the wheat and canola farm we work in (the property stretches for 20km and is 10km wide) 5km – The...

Getting a (decent) vehicle in Australia

his step of course depends on the type of experience you want to get. My personal suggestion is to get a car or -even better- a van as soon as you can if you’re planning to move around the country. Having your own vehicle will allow you to look for...

Top 3 tasks to complete as soon as you land in Australia

fter landing Downunder and having exchanged your warm clothes with shorts, singlet and flip flops (this may be optional: many Aussies go barefoot), you’ll better fix a few things on day one. Here are my tips for moving to Australia with no worries....

How to find a job or farm work in Australia

ow to find farm work in Australia? This is still the most asked question that I get even 4 years after I came back. The answer varies depending if you’re looking for a job in the city (say bartending or waitressing) or if you’re looking for...

Easiest VISA to move to Australia

Applying for a Working Holiday Visa The first thing before even try to move to Oz is to check if you meet the Visa requirements. In this post I will mostly refer to the Working Holiday Visa (aka 417). This Visa allows you to work and travel in Australia for one year...

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Hello beautiful people!
I'm Sabrina, travel blogger and digital gipsy.
Here I share my stories, photographs and some of the lessons I've learned on the road. If you're looking for travel inspo, you've come to the right place.

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