Entries by Leah Cole

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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. […]


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 […]

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Vietnam & it’s coffee

Coffee lover or not, Vietnam know what they are doing when it comes to coffee. They’ve hit the nail on the head with coffee and the best places to enjoy it. With cafe’s dotted on every corner, secret coffee houses on every other balcony and some of the best drink choices, it’s hard not to […]

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10 tricks & tips on moving to Melbourne

Thousands of us come to Australia. Some to work, travel, find a new way of life or simply want to settle short term. Melbourne. Victoria. Stylish, arty Melbourne is a city that’s both dynamic and cosmopolitan, and proud of its place as Australia’s cultural capital. Its stately Gold Rush–era architecture and a multicultural make-up reflect […]

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My 8 biggest travel tips..

There aren’t really any secrets. No myths or hidden meanings. Taking these things traveling simply entitled me to the best travel.. 1. – Give yourself as much time as possible. I had no end date,  little at home that I had to go back for, other then friends and family of course. I detached myself from […]


Dear British backpackers

I’ve heard a lot of British backpackers complaining about their country. ‘I never want to go back’ ‘I’m staying away for as long as possible’ ‘The UK is shit’ England definitely doesn’t have the places I’ve come to fall in love with all over the world. England may not have the adventures Australia can offer, […]

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The truth about safety for South East Asia backpackers

South East Asia is becoming one of the worlds most popular backpacking destinations. It’s no longer an Asian mystery and thousands of backpackers are making their way over every week. Filled with magnificant countries offering some of the most epic traveling experiences. Route 1095 through North Thailand. 40 degrees. Sunset. Reaching 150km/ph. Magical Vibes. Easy […]