It’s a drive where the lush green pastures of Tasmania’s inland roll by and turn into white sand beaches for your exclusive use – another person wasn’t seen for a few kilometres – and locally sourced produce is not just another phase but a way of life. This is Tasmania’s North-East Coast; the roads making […]

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Great Australian Drives

5 Great Australian Road Trips

by Nicole on April 9, 2014

There’s no better way of getting to the heart of a country than by taking a road trip. Exploring the small towns, getting to know the locals and having the freedom to to turn into any road should something catches your eye. There are so many options throughout Australia but here are five of my […]

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There’s something about Copenhagen that’s effortlessly cool – the people, the food, the bars, the design; I’m not quite sure what it is, or if it’s something in the water, but there is no doubt that there is something special about this Scandinavian country. It may then come as no surprise to learn that some […]

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How a South Korean Pancake is Delivering Happiness in Denmark

March 10, 2014
Project Delivering Happiness is dishing out traditional South Korean seed hoddeok across Copenhagen's city centre.

How would you feel if your country was mistaken as one of the world’s most secretive and, according to the news, dangerous? Unfortunately, this is the reality for South Koreans living in Denmark; as many Danish are unaware that their are two Koreas – a north and south. With the help of a snack commonly […]

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Don’t Tell My Father… I’m going to Istanbul, Turkey

March 9, 2014
The Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey

If you’d asked me in my final years of High School what I wanted to do when I grew up I would have told you, with no hesitation, one line -”I want to be an International Political Foreign Correspondent.“ In some ways I suppose I am fulfilling that dream in an unconventional way, without boring you […]

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The Snow Queen: Where Food and Art Collide

March 7, 2014
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Entering Theatre Republic is your first steps into a fairytale. The dimly lit foyer is spotted with candles as you break off into groups for the nights performance. A girl donned in white will take you by the hand as she takes you to tell your fortune and hands you refreshing camomile, apple and sake cocktail - […]

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Love Locks in Copenhagen

February 26, 2014
Love Locks in Copenhagen, Denmark

After discovering hundreds of padlocks affixed to the Pont de l’Archevêché in Paris I decided I had to learn more about this increasingly popular trend. Perhaps it’s the fact that I’m a big romantic deep down but to see the rows of love locks is a beautiful sight. In many of the cities I’ve visited I’ve been […]

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