Daisy Louise Carter
The Hardest Part of Travelling That Nobody Talks About
If you're a regular reader, you've probably realised my absence in the last couple of weeks. For that, I can only apologise, but getting back into every-day life has been challenging. I've been back in my home country for a month or so now, and I have been experiencing emotions and difficulties I've never had to face before. Everyone talks about the build-up and excitement of going away, but what about coming home?
Who’s Talking About Sex... and Travel?
Definitely not something I was thinking about in much depth when preparing for my first solo trip, but it was bound to happen at some point. Excitement, adrenaline, endorphins. All the best feelings that boil over in that restless long-haul flight into the unknown. On a completely unrelated note—Dad, please don't read this one.
Solo Travel for Women Is Not 'Brave'
Since being back in home, I have been working with temp agencies. I don't want the commitment of a full-time job because I've been hooked on travel. I take any job that comes up; bar work, waitressing at weddings, teaching, activity camps. Anything to help me purchase that next flight out of here...
Secrets to Travel on a Budget: 8 Easy, Successful Tips
If we were made to stay still, we would have roots instead of feet. So why do we stand still? Maybe because we’re scared of what might happen if we turn a dream into reality, a dream of bright, warm sand between our toes, or luscious green canopies above our heads…