[Photos] The beauty of San Cristobal San Cristobal, nestled in the lush mountains of Chiapas, is easily one of the prettiest places I stayed in Mexico. The narrow cobblestone streets and brightly coloured buildings made a bountiful canvas for
Chiapas Guide: San Cristobal, Tuxtla and Palenque CHIAPAS The multi-cultural and lush state of Chiapas is home to 12 of the 62 indigenous groups officially recognised by the Mexican government. From the beautiful ruins of Palenque, the bright
Guide to Seeing Turtle Liberations and Egg Laying in Mexico Put yo’ hand up if you’ve seen baby turtles hatch!? It’s on so many people’s bucket list but is a really hard one to pull off. Turtles only lay in certain seasons on certain
Dear Trashy Tourists, Recently I went for a hike around the picturesque Royal National Park, just outside of Sydney and just as I was beginning the hike I saw a pile of coffee cups and cans dumped on the ground next to the entry. Seriously…?
5 Bloggers Tell me their Ultimate Tips for Green Travel The more we travel, the more we feel in touch with the Earth. Eco-travel is a subject close to my heart and many a travel blogger feel the same. So if you’re in the market for some
Budget Itinerary; three weeks from Darwin to Uluru THE NORTHERN TERRITORY I never knew that dirt could be so magical! But, in the “red centre” it is exactly that. Starkly juxtaposed next to the soft greens of the shrubs and gumtrees, this
Barunga Festival: Music, Sport and Culture WATCH: A Day in the Barunga Festival, plus a trip to Bitter Springs and Katherine. The Brunga Festival has been around for over 30 years, bringing strong local culture to the wider Australian people.
The Great Barrier Reef: The Only Living Creature Visible from Space Recently Roxana from Travel n Escapes contacted me to ask if I’d like for her to do a guest post on my blog. I told her to send through her ideas and what we came up
Photoblog: Way of Life in Cambodia I found Cambodian people to be some of the kindest and consistently happy in the world, and I know that I’m not alone in this thought. The children play in the streets and everyone helps each other out.
Mastering Not Being an Asshole – and Why it’s Important Step outside into nature for a minute. You can hear her breathe, feel her light kiss on your skin. She’s so beautiful; every single part of her is breathtaking. This is
Anyone who’s been to Cambodia will understand that there is something special about the children there. Their smiles are infectious, their friendly demeanour rubs off on you. A lot of the children learn English in school and revel at the
This article originally featured on The Poor Explorer Blog. Alluring, majestic Cuba. One of the most colourful and textured places to capture with a camera. Mess and madness in every corner, yet method to the madness. As you scroll through you
This article originally featured on The Poor Explorer Blog. WARNING: The following will make you want to go to Cuba, immediately. Photographing Cuba was one of the easiest gigs I’ve ever had. This gorgeous country is like a well-trained