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6 Surprising Christmas Traditions in Australia

What are the best things to do for Christmas in Southern Hemisphere? Find out what we do differently when Christmas falls over summer break!

When thinking about celebrating one of the most popular holidays in the world, most people might get visions of snow, Christmas markets, and Santa Claus. I mean, who doesn’t love the thought of a stereotypical White Christmas? I know I do, as it has always been a norm for me growing up in the cold climate of Estonia.

For the third year running I will be celebrating Christmas on the other side of the equator in Australia and when everybody is having fun in the snow, I’ll be having a dip and a tan on the beach. In this post, I’ll be introducing what Aussies do during their most popular summer holiday.

Update: Climbing Kilimanjaro For African Elephants-Sunday Markets Edition

Fundraising update on my Seven Summits Project. Read more about the cause and how you can help!

For the second time this year, I had the pleasure to be part of Lazy River Estate Markets in Dubbo. I have previously lent a helping hand to my mother-in-law with her online shop Collection & Style, but this time was a little different. I also had my handmade jewellery and elephant motif watches with me that some of you make already know are sold for charity.

5 Things No One Tells You About Hiking To Everest Base Camp

Planning your trek to Everest Base Camp? Read more about what no one tells you about hiking to the base of the highest mountain in the world!

Every journey starts with a dream. My dream was climbing to the foot of the highest mountain in the world. I was inspired by the determination of the youngest Australian to climb Mount Everest at 19, the age when most think about boys and booze. Alyssa Azar attempted Everest two times before summiting in 2016, but was turned back both times due to events beyond her control. I thought if she can dedicate every moment of her three year lead up to the summit of Everest, hiking to the Base Camp should be a 'piece of cake'.

Before I knew it, I was reading everything there was ever published about Everest and found inspiration from countless people that have taken the two-week trek. I woke up thinking about it, dreamed about it while working and went to bed knowing that one day it would be me doing it.

Around the same time, I participated in an Instagram competition for a $1500 Student Flights voucher and WON! For a person that has never won anything, it was a dream come true. I booked my flights to Nepal and took advantage of Student Flights Cover More travel insurance for any unseen emergencies in the mighty Himalayas. It didn’t matter how much I read about the trek before hand, there were still five things no one tells you about hiking to Everest Base Camp.

Climbing Seven Summits For Charity: Kilimanjaro

I am climbing Seven Summits for charity and need your help to save the African elephants. Read more about the cause and how you can help.

Some of you might already know that I am on a mission. Apart from travelling the world, I am also on a quest to climb the seven summits, fundraising for a different charity before each peak. Before I get ahead of myself, this is a long-term project and I hope to have completed all of the seven highest peaks in ten years time-ten years mainly due to the costs involved.

I will be attempting my first of the seven summits in Africa as soon as 2018. I will climb Mount Kilimanjaro for David Sheldrick's Wildlife Trust. Animal welfare and conservation is something I am very passionate about and with the latest from Donald Trump, wanting to legalise ivory export from Africa, my passion has turned into fury.

Ultimate Guide To Ubud, Bali

Everything you need to know about visiting Ubud in Bali in this one comprehensive guide! Read more to find out where to go, what to do, where to stay and where to eat!

During my two week trip to Bali, I spent a week in the culture hub and Bali’s beating heart-Ubud. It still amazes me how much there is to do in Bali. Even a week is almost not enough to see and do everything there is in Ubud. In this article, I have listed as many things to do in Ubud, as I could possibly think of. I wanted to create a comprehensive guide of everything there is to do, so don’t just settle for someone else's TOP 10 things to do, instead make your own with this handy Ubud guide! Let’s get started!