February 11, 2014


I run around Paris, climb the Eiffel Tower and find myself lost underground with thousands of human bones! Follow the adventure! This is the last stop on my European travels. I hope you’ve all really enjoyed them as much as I have.

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February 10, 2014


Follow me as I travel to Zürich in Switzerland, go up the swiss alps, nearly kill myself on the slopes, scream at grown men and eat more sausage.

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Keeping up to date.

So I realise that I never posted about Paris or Zürich like I did in my previous visited cities. It was honestly because I was exhausted, I did however film the cities that can be seen on my YouTube channel. I’ll post them shortly after this quick post.

I’m now back in Australia, settling in to my “old life”. And to be honest, I can’t say I’m thrilled to be home. Living away was adventurous and fun. It gave me surprises every day. But I’ll touch on that later.

For now, watch this space. Life for me is about to change once again.

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February 7, 2014


I’ve missed this bed.

I’ve missed this bed.

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January 22, 2014


January 20, 2014


I wasn’t allowed to film in the clubs because Germans seem to really like their privacy. Either way, HANG OUT WITH ME IN BERLIN!

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January 19, 2014


Can we just discuss how amazing the Swiss Alps are?

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January 17, 2014


Zürich, you look beautiful today. (at Limmat River)

Zürich, you look beautiful today. (at Limmat River)

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January 15, 2014


Everyone you idolize wakes up scared to be themselves sometimes.

Pete Wentz (dec. 2005)

(Source: deanpendragon)

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Berlin, a torn apart city.

I’m not sure if many of you know, but I actually have direct German heritage. Both my Grandparents on my father’s side (my Oma and Opa) fled the war in Germany to start a new life in Australia decades ago.

Walking around this grungy, historic city has been amazing. At first, I wasn’t too sure about it. It wasn’t as lively and initially exciting as I initially thought it would be. The fun in Berlin doesn’t come to you, you have to find it. It’s a very “underground” city. I can easily say that the parties I’ve been to here have been some of the craziest, strangest, and most liberating I’ve ever been to. This city knows how to have fun, but shhh… don’t tell anyone!

Learning about the history of Germany, the Jewish community and the wars have really struck a chord with me. I never knew that this is what my Grandparents went through, and I never really understood the extent of the Holocaust. This is a really damaged city that has had the ability to withstand so much corruption, pain and torture. I suppose that’s why it feels so somber when walking the streets today. You can feel the history and past as you walk around.

Berlin, you’ve been amazing.

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Watch me find a Mermaid, accidentally stumble into a palace, eat porridge for lunch and get lost in a graveyard, ALL IN COPENHAGEN!

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