On Kindness: Noodle Soup, Nice Gestures and Solo Struggles
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About 18 months ago, I posted an article about my apprehension, or even downright fear, of travelling alone. It was … Read More

Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens: Seeking Autumn in Melbourne
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There is something special about watching foliage undergo a fiery transformation during the autumn-time. In Australia, most of our trees … Read More

Grampians National Park: A Road Trip and Breath of Fresh Air
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There comes a point where snaking columns of traffic and the ongoing buzz of activity in a city gets to … Read More

Get Ready For Kuality Adventure: AMSC 2018
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Firstly I’m going to start this one off with a massive sorry for the complete lack of blogging over the … Read More

Reflection on 40K Globe: 5 Months On
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It was an average day monotonously studying at home when my phone buzzed. It was a message from a 40K … Read More

Dark Tourism: Insensitive Escapade or Acknowledging Reality?
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It has been called dark tourism, grief tourism, and black tourism. It is the touristic phenomenon driven by a morbid … Read More

Tokyo, Japan: Hustle, Bustle, and Bright Lights
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Tokyo is Japan’s expansive and ever-bustling capital city. You often hear Tokyo described as “another big city” but within this … Read More

Snow Monkeys: Visiting Japan’s Onsen-Loving Monkeys
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When you hear a name like Jigokudani Monkey Park, it is easy to conjure up thoughts of unethical animal treatment. … Read More

Exploring Himeji: Castle On The Hill
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I don’t normally take blog title inspiration from Ed Sheeran lyrics, but Castle On The Hill perfectly describes the first sighting of … Read More

Fushimi Inari: Exploring 10,000 Torii Gates In Kyoto
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Fushimi Inari is the world-famous Shinto shrine in Kyoto made up 10,000 vermillion Torii gates. If you have ever looked … Read More

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