Global Traveller Jodie. J reveals her farm work experience whilst on her working holiday in Australia to get her second year visa.
Coming from Australia, the Canadian snow is out of this world… and that’s not just because there’s so much of it! It’s fluffy, blindingly white and perfectly powdered – both on and off the slopes – and the first time we had snow here truly did feel like something out of a snow-globe.
Welcome to the highest city in the world and prepare yourself for the serious altitude. When Ethan was asked what it was like smoking there, his response was “Well, you can't do it and walk at the same time”...
Hey! My name is Jessica, I’m 19 years old and from Sydney, Australia. I’m currently on the trip of a lifetime, working and living in London as an au pair.
Well, how about at the beginning. If you’re considering taking this journey across the world in an unfamiliar country away from everything that’s comfortable and known, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve always wanted to travel, ever since being brought up in a small town in Australia. I’m 18 years old and I’m just beginning my many chapters of life.
If you’re eager to visit Chile, then we strongly recommend you base your trip around 14 - 19th September. Why, you ask? Fiestas Patrias, of course!
The next destination we visited in Bolivia was the constitutional capital, Sucre. The reason we went to Sucre, to begin with, was that it is also the unofficial travellers capital in South America for learning Spanish.
Salta, la Linda. The nickname of our next destination translates to “Salta, the beautiful”. After staying here for a few days, it was easy to see why! A charming city in the north of Argentina, and sadly our last port in this beautiful nation, was really a hidden gem.