Growing up I have been lucky enough to travel with my family to experience different festivals, whether they be around Australia or overseas. Attending the Rainforest World Music Festival held annually in Borneo is a particularly fond memory of mine, as I was able to experience it on three different occasions. My parents loved travelling… Continue reading Music Festivities: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly…
Every weeknight from 5:30 people across Australia can tune into the Triple J radio to listen to Hack for half and hour. Whether it be popular news stories with quirky angles or stories that give the voiceless a voice, Hack tackles a vast range of issues. Using high-quality production, Hack is able to create interesting… Continue reading What the Hack?
WARNING: This post contains an alarming number of food photos from Europe. If hungry please grab food to eat before reading this post. So, before starting University this year I was fortunate enough to travel across Europe with my boyfriend. While there are many memories (too many to recollect) I thought I ought to share… Continue reading Take a European Food Journey with Me…
https://youtu.be/AxzQ6CufLqo Sarah Jobson has always led a seemingly normal life to her friends and peers. Moving from her childhood town, Nowra, to study law and psychology at Wollongong University, Sarah continues to emanate the image of an ordinary girl to the outside world. Little do those around her know the truth. Having lived… Continue reading Her Chaotic Breath
It's been a while since I've written anything but now I have some time I thought I'd tell you all about my quick break between days at uni on the road to Byron Bay with my good mate, Sarah... From the Get-Go 4:43 am, alarms ring and Maccas calls... Sarah's boyfriend forces us up and… Continue reading Reflections from Trippin’ on the Road: Wollongong to Byron Bay
Kelly Upton, owner of The Interior Trading Company, has travelled around Cambodia over the past few years working with local women to produce ethically made homewares. She has spent a considerable amount of time with a small community called Prek Toal, which is a floating village located on the largest lake in Cambodia, Tonlé Sap. During this… Continue reading The Floating Village
A Korean Wave? You might ask "I've only ever heard of the Mexican Wave, are they the same thing?" In short, definitely not. However, metaphorically speaking, both waves represent how people can unite together despite differences through the field of entertainment. While the Mexican Wave shows a literal uniting of people, usually over a sports… Continue reading Have you taken a dip into the Korean Wave?