blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures

If I were to narrow it down to the most valuable thing that I learnt from our working holiday in Whistler, it would be gratitude. Although I had some understanding of what gratitude was, I had never truly practiced it. Gratitude: noun [mass noun]the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to…

go where you feel most alive

In the last twenty-four hours, I feel like I've entered a new chapter of my life, with feelings of relief and excitement. A chapter of movement, gratitude, travel and new goals astir. I've felt The travel bug growing exponentially in my belly and a strong craving for adventure; watch this space. Part 2/3 - the…

we must take adventures in order to know where we truly belong

I'm torn between going adventuring and pocketfuls of money. And in order to travel, I need pocketfuls of money, so I guess that's my first step. In Australia, particularly Adelaide, things are starting to open up again. For example, and most importantly, the gym reopens in less than forty-eight hours. Yeah, there's a bunch of…

somewhere over the rainbow

Most days went along the lines of 'Eat, Sleep, Gym, Repeat' up until we started work. In between, we chatted within our new estate and became friends with Rachel and Emma. Steering away from going crazy (and only just avoiding it), we ventured out to Rainbow Falls, positioned on the opposite side of Alta Lake;…

straight out of a tony hawk video game

If you know, you know. The Whistler Train Wreck has been a popular attraction for many years, drawing in travellers of all ages. I'd seen a couple of photos from when Jordan last visited this abandoned train site and I had always wanted to explore it myself. Astoundingly, five years later, I am lucky enough…