One of the most beautiful and underrated places on the red continent is the Eyre Peninsula. I was lucky enough to discover its rugged coastline with all its amazing colours and formations. From one of the many cliffs I visited, I spotted a colony of Australian sea lions lazily dosing in the sun on the hot rocks while the water danced around them in the most brilliant shades of green and blue. The contrast with the pink rocks left me stunned and I simply stood and stared before taking a photo.
I think I was always made for foreign countries. At the age of 8 I started learning English and a lifelong language romance began. Seeing the country of Shakespeare for the first time 6 years later only set free what has always been lurking: the travel bug. I went off to live in England and Sweden for a little over half a year, travelling whenever I could while studying and working, all the while blogging about my experiences and interrogating my new international friends about their own cultures, daydreaming of finally visiting their foreign lands. This year I made the decision to stop dreaming and start living the dream. I made the bold plan to travel through Hong Kong, New Zealand, Australia and Japan within 11 months, discovering as much as I could and keeping my budget stable through jobs on working holiday visas. Here I am now and already in the midst of blogging about my adventures and travel stories. There is always something happening and I'd love to share it with you. I hope you join me on my crazy ride. See ya!
Michael BesleyJun 16, 2017
Annemarie StrehlJun 03, 2017