14 Weird and Wonderful Things About a Snow Season in Korea

Alex- The little cat that decided to throw in a desk job and leave her home town of Sydney to snowboard in Japan. She’s a writer and adventurer that seeks steep mountains, deep waters, rowdy nights and friendly cats. Alex has been chasing the wilderness since 2014 and has no plans on stopping. Our friend [...]

By |December 6th, 2015|Korea, Ski/Snowboard, Travel|0 Comments

These Three Reasons Will Have You Booking Flights to Your Next Snow Season

If you are a lover of the snow and days filled with powder, friends and long days on the slope are what you live for, landing a job as a ski/snowboard instructor could be just the thing for you (see: Becoming an Instructor). There is no better feeling than the look on someones face as [...]

By |November 23rd, 2015|Ski/Snowboard, Travel|0 Comments

7 Reasons to Travel Alone

Travelling alone can seem like a scary thought, but it's way easier than you think! Though it can be lonely at times, being alone is amazing and rewarding and will help you grow in so many ways. Between freedom, adventure and hundreds of new friends to be made, going alone will become a trip of [...]

By |November 20th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Packing for an Overseas Kite Vacation

** The above photo is all my snow and kite gear packed away for travel, I can use the same board bag for my kite and snow gear- just swap depending on where I'm going and leave the rest behind Packing for an overseas kite trip is somewhat easier than packing for the snow, as [...]

By |November 19th, 2015|Kite Surf, Travel|0 Comments

Packing for an Overseas Snow Vacation

** The above photo is gear for my entire family (four people) Packing for an overseas snow holiday can be a difficult task but like most things, gets easier the more you do it. Here are a few things you definitely do and don't need to make your packing a bit easier: SHOES: Need: Along with [...]

By |November 19th, 2015|Ski/Snowboard, Travel|0 Comments

4 Great Places to Start Your Travels

Getting started is the hardest part in pretty much anything in life, but once you get the ball rolling it all comes together just like that. The trouble with travelling is deciding WHERE? There are so many countries to explore and places to see it's impossible to decide where to start. If you're a first [...]

By |November 12th, 2015|Accommodation, Ski/Snowboard, Travel|1 Comment

Things to See and Do on the Sunshine Coast

Water Sports: On most days, especially through the summer, Ocean Addicts has a tent set up on the edge of the river where you can rent paddle boards and inquire about kite surfing lessons. The backpackers also has paddle boards and kayaks you can take out to the river. Want to learn how to surf? [...]

By |November 9th, 2015|Australia, Trails and Hikes, Travel|0 Comments

Cotton Tree Backpackers

Cotton Tree Backpackers is a hidden gem located in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, Australia. This section of the coast is often over-looked as Noosa, just half an hour North with it's breath taking landscapes, surf and exceptional tourist industry brings in all the travelers, who figure they've seen enough of the Sunny Coast and [...]

By |November 6th, 2015|Accommodation, Australia, Kite Surf, Travel|0 Comments

5 Things you Think You Need (you don’t)

Packing. The most dreaded part. Here's a list of things you don't need. Seriously. 1.HAIR ACCESSORIES Hair straightener, blow dryer, hair brush, hair spray, etc. Forget it. Wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner... no tangles. If there's ever an occasion you need to straighten or curl your hair, chances are someone else has brought [...]

By |November 4th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Countries Offering Working Holiday Visas

Working holiday visas are great because they allow you to travel a country for longer than just a few weeks holiday and really get to know the local culture and people. Finding work will bring you closer to the local community as well as helping you fund your "holiday." Working holiday visas are reciprocal agreements [...]

By |November 1st, 2015|Travel|0 Comments