We got to Iceland via a 17 hour (from memory) ferry from the Faroes which left a day and a half later than planned due to a storm in Iceland. The route the ferry took was sailing to the south part of Iceland first then going north along the coast to the port in the east. Continue reading “Video: Iceland”
After realising we might’ve lost all our GoPro footage from our cycling trip around Europe, Kel put together some of the videos we took on our normal camera. This footage is from Switzerland to Iceland involving travel by bicycle, train, bus and ferry! Have a watch🙂 Music by Kel’s favourite singer….. the Biebs haha
Last year, when I turned 24 I wrote down some thoughts/things I learned during that year. I wanted to do the same with the past year (even though I turned 25 six months ago already haha). Continue reading “Eb on turning 25… (six months ago)”
Lately, I have taken a strong likening to photography. I have never really cared for it before, though. Before Eb and I left Australia, we weren’t planning on even bringing a camera. I thought about taking one of those disposable cameras and I remember I just wanted for me to immerse myself fully into travelling and remembering these experiences by memory. Continue reading “My new passion”
We are really enjoying our time here in Tokyo. Our days consist of cleaning hostel beds and showers, then the rest of the day we have all to ourselves. Tokyo feels like it is currently going through a heat wave, it is ridiculously hot here. Continue reading “Tokyo: Through the lens”
We had planned on staying in Shimoda for the majority of our time but for unforeseen circumstances, plans changed and now we are in Tokyo!
We were thinking that the only way from Shimoda to Tokyo – a distance of about 200 kms would be by train. Trains are so expensive in Japan and it would’ve cost us around $140 AUD for both of us. That’s way over our daily budget and so when our French/Swiss friends said that they were going to try hitch hiking, we decided to do the same! Continue reading “Hitch hiking from Shimoda to Tokyo”