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“Travel as much as you can, as far as you can, for as long as you can. Life’s not meant to be lived in one place.”



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Welcome and thanks for stopping! I’m Jaz and along with my husband, we share some of our Aussie adventures, as well as our travels from abroad.  x

Taking On The World, One Place At A Time.

G’day and welcome to our site. I’m Jasmin, and along with my husband, we are an Australian travel blogger couple. We are also avid travellers and photographers who love to always be planning our next adventure. Discovering new places, whether it be in South Australia, around Australia or abroad, the opportunity to travel is one thing we will never ever take for granted. Due to covid, I’m sure we could all agree, right?!

In September 2020, our lives changed so quickly due to the pandemic. Our amazing three years in the United Kingdom suddenly came to an end and before we knew it, we were packing up our two bedroom apartment to head back down under.

There is no doubt that the pandemic has changed many of us. Whether it be our perspective on life, our values or general mindset on what is really important to us. I’m sure that in one way or another, the pandemic has changed us for the better. For us, it has made us more resilient. We’ve learnt to live open handed and we certainly have a greater appreciation for family and friends.

Come along and follow us as we share our journey settling back into the Aussie way of life. Discover our favourite South Australian locations through photographs as well as read about our unforgettable memories overseas.


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From as young as I can remember, I’ve always had a love for travel. Growing up, I couldn’t wait until the school holidays, when often we would go on a family break to somewhere new. My first trip overseas was actually to Germany. I had the chance to travel with my dad and I was lucky enough to spend my 19th birthday there. I met a lot of my Dad’s extended family there and at the time, got to practice my German. It’s amazing to think how much time has passed since then. Hard to believe that we spent a good 6 weeks there and funnily enough, I didn’t even want to come home. From that experience, my hunger to travel grew even more and I constantly had itchy feet. That’s why, following my time in Germany, year after year, I would work and save up for my next adventure. I worked hard and every year explored somewhere new.