Entries by Leah Cole

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Powerplay – Whitsundays

Whitsundays The 74 Whitsunday Islands lie between the northeast coast of Queensland, Australia, and the Great Barrier Reef, a massive stretch of coral teeming with marine life. Most of the islands are uninhabited. They’re characterized by dense rainforest, hiking trails and white sand beaches. Located just off Airlie Beach in North Queensland, a palm tree […]

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My ultimate to do list – Melbourne

Melbourne The worlds most liveable city. Located in Victoria, second most popular city in Australia with a busy CBD, quirky yet stylish suburbs and of course, located on the coast. Melbourne became home for a large part of my time in Australia. Oozing character, filled with personality and something always going on, it’s more then […]

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18 helpful tips to traveling alone

Traveling alone is my favourite way to travel. It’s freedom, independancy and courage. It isn’t for everyone but it’s sure one heck of an experience. Exploring the Tomb Raider Jungle Temple at Ankor Wat 1.Stay in big mixed dorms First thing first, they’re always cheaper. Large mixed dorm’s are normally filled with a diverse load […]

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Traveling the world solo. Year 1

Here I am. 12 months later after traveling the world solo, non-stop, for a year. Traveling thoroughly through Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Bali, Singapore, Laos and Australia, it’s been the most unbelievable year. Every single day has been an adventure. Some kind of lesson, a new experience, a new friend, another story. It’s been constant. […]

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Traveling with Scoliosis

Scoliosis – a lateral curvature of the spine. Traveling and scoliosis are two very important things in my life and with very little on the internet about the emotional and personal side to scoliosis, I decided to write about it. I have a double curvature like an S shape around 58degrees & 63 degrees. Just […]