The prospect of domestic travel is on the horizon for Australia, so this week’s post is a reflection on the trip I took to Central Australia in 2016. With international travel off the cards for the foreseeable future, there is a silver lining. It gives us a chance to explore the beauty, culture and history in our own backyard. Continue reading “Desert Highway”
More and more women are choosing to go it alone and explore the world. Twice as many more than men. So it is interesting to note that the first woman to travel solo was a pilgrim named Egeria in 381AD. She woke up in her Galicia home and made a decision to make the journey of a lifetime to the Holy Land. However, she ended up walking half the world alone. It was the start of an inspiring line of women who made the choice to go it alone. Continue reading “A History of Solo Women’s Travel”
Travelling in Morocco is not the third world country many people may think it is. It is a country rich in culture, vibrant nightlife and friendly people. However, you may not notice this during Ramadan, the most important even in the Muslim calendar, which took place this year from 16 May to 14 June.
Continue reading “Moroccan Survival Tips During Ramadan”