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The Yellow River Billabong. Photo from Gagudju Dreaming.

Things I’d like to do in Kakadu

Up in the Northern Territory just outside of Darwin lies Kakadu National Park. It’s a huge expanse of land larger than many countries and it’s one of those places I’d love to spend a good amount of time exploring. I actually spent a few days in the area on a school trip years ago. I…

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The white cliffs of Pamukkale

Pamukkale is a little town in south-western Turkey where you’ll find these strange white cliffs. They were home to the ancient city of Hierapolis, whose ruins can still be explored atop the cliffs. They are made from travertine and other things I don’t understand that worked together in ways I don’t understand over multiple millennia….

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The Winnebago I’m going to buy

Nope, I haven’t actually found one to buy, but since I’m always going on about my slight(?) Winnebago obsession, I thought I’d let you all in on the actual model I’ve got my eye on. It’s old and boxy and beautiful and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. This is the model…

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How to make the most of studying abroad

This time last year I was settling into life as an exchange student in Madrid. This year I’m stuck at home getting ready for yet another semester of normal classes at my normal university. That depressing fact, along with watching friends on Facebook going off on their own exchange adventures, has me thinking about my…

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Choose Turkey’s Mediterranean coast

Most of the time I don’t visit new countries to relax. I go to new places to explore and learn new things and meet new people. Most of the time I get home more exhausted than when I left, but that’s the way I like it. Except for when I went to Turkey. I split…

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Travel plans for 2015

This year is going to be fairly light on the travel side of things. 2014 was a big year, and while a year ago I thought I’d probably be moving to some new exotic country this year, I’m going to be home in Australia for most of 2015. However, there are a few things already…

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