I met a girl in Sagres who had recently spent a few weeks in the epicentre of the Israli-Palestinian conflict. She only wore hemp clothing, made her own deodorant and spoke with a disjointed accent, even though she was just 3 months out of Melbourne. For the most part, she was fascinating to speak to. … Continue reading There is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way to travel
There’s a strange (and growing) chasm between finishing high school and settling down with kids, a steady job and buying a house *I laugh as I reach for my avocado*. The pressure to launch straight into a university degree or a career after graduation has eased slightly, leaving the vast majority of us flailing around … Continue reading Why are millennials so obsessed with #EuropeSummer?