Recently I watched a documentary on David Gulpilil an aboriginal actor. Something he said has stuck with me. “In the blackfella world we share everything. Everything is ours. In the whitefella world it is private property and everything belongs to someone else.” He went on to say “Blackfella world you have nothing, a spear and your ready to go. Whitefella have too much junk.”
It got me thinking about how we live our life. In our culture we collect things. My house is full of books that I have read once and will probably never pick up again. Vases that never hold flowers, ornaments and other dust collectors.Read More »
Dusting off my old photos albums, reminiscing about the old days and putting on a slideshow. Grab some popcorn, sit down and enjoy the show.
New Zealand is a picturesque country and I love that they embrace the Maori culture. It is my kind of place with so many adrenaline activities. It is so easy to get around New Zealand and you don’t have to travel too far before you are hit with more gorgeous scenery.Read More »
Spending years travelling the world I picked up lots of tips and tricks along the way that helped me to have an enjoyable experience. Here are some of my travel tips just for you!Read More »
My first experience staying at a hostel was in 2002 when a small time country girl arrived in the big city of London. I had a job lined up as an Au Pair in rural England but didn’t have to start straight away, I had time to explore.Read More »