Was on the road in Western Australia 10 days ago and now I’m back in France 🇫🇷 It feels so weird to be back home after all this time abroad but I’m glad to share new adventures with my friends and family ❤️
In need of some outdoors and nature again. I'm too anxious. I check socials all day everyday even though nothing has changed In the last 5 minutes.
I get caught up in reading comments and allowing others opinions affect my mood for the day.
I live my days scrolling through other peoples, strangers lives instead of living my own.
Being calm at any situation is most powerful behavior any one can have. But it ain't easy for any of us. None of the situation is gonna last forever.
Future is not readable
Past is not editable
All you have is present.
Handle it wisely.
Well what can I say about Rottnest Island... IT IS BEAUTIFUL! You cannot go to Perth without taking a trip over to the island! Ferry is the best way to travel and then when you arrive all you need is to hire a bike and your off! 🚴🏼♀️ If riding a bike is not for you, then not to worry there is a train and also a bus that can take you around the whole island, stopping off at each scenic location! If you would also like to try some snorkelling you can hire the kit at the same place, there are various stops around the island that offer safe and shallow water for all ages to snorkel! For being quite a small island I was surprised how much the island accommodates for all types of travellers, you can either rent a lodge, stay in a hotel or even sleep in a hostel! If your travelling near Perth then this trip is not to be missed!! 🐟🦑🐠🦐 A x .
When I first thought of travelling Australia, I imagined myself working in Sydney, meeting the dingos on Fraser island, sailing the Whitsundays, the east coast was all I ever spoke about, I never for one second thought I would find my true home on the west..
Don't get me wrong, I loved my time spent on the east coast but I always felt like a visitor, it wasn't until I flew to Perth, where I instantly felt like I was finally home (well, a home away from home). After working in Perth for 8 months, I felt like it was time to re-pack the backpack and hit the road again.
Life on the road, you can't beat it in my eyes, every roadtrip I have taken so far has been so eye opening and inspiring, WA makes for such a stunning roadtrip, I felt such at peace in the middle of the outback, surrounded by such beautiful nature.
If your ever in Australia, I highly recommend planning a trip from Perth to Darwin, plus Darwin to Adelaide is another stunning drive, if you've got the time. 🚐✨