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Travel, Live and Work Abroad Lifestyle Blog
Travel, Live and Work Abroad Lifestyle Blog
Travel, Live and Work Abroad Lifestyle Blog
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Nina is currently living and working in: Melbourne

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9 Things Travelers Are Sick of Hearing from Travel Trolls

9 Things Travelers Are Sick of Hearing from Travel Trolls

Millennials travel. A lot. It’s essentially the hottest thing to do, and if you don’t do it, you’re kinda not cool. (only half joking…) However, there’s also this set of millennials who are bitter AF about travel. They think it’s stupid and unattainable because... read more
Why Hostels Can Be the Worst Ever

Why Hostels Can Be the Worst Ever

  You’re tossing and turning. You can’t sleep. Someone is perpetually farting, there are two people rustling under the sheets in the corner, and the person above you is snoring so loudly the metal on your bunk bed is vibrating. You’re about to... read more
The Cheapest AND Easiest Options for Traveling ASAP

The Cheapest AND Easiest Options for Traveling ASAP

Your travel itch has been getting worse…. You don’t have anything saved for your next big trip, but you might go crazy if you don’t get out right now…. Your slightly freaking out inside because your bank account is saying, “no” while your brain is telling you to... read more
14 Love Stories That Started With Travel

14 Love Stories That Started With Travel

If you would have told me I’d be in a serious relationship this time last year, I probably would have laughed in your face. I always pictured myself traveling solo, and I mostly did for nearly five years. Never in a million years did I think I’d find... read more
Where in the World is Nina? 2015 in a Nutshell

Where in the World is Nina? 2015 in a Nutshell

WHOAAAA 2015 is done. Finito. Over. Fin. It’s crazy how much can happen in year. So let’s see what I did in 2015… Well, my year started out a bit like my last year. I went with good friends to enjoy New Year’s Eve on Koh Lanta and continued living it up in the... read more
11 Badass Things to Do in Oregon: Portland and Bend

11 Badass Things to Do in Oregon: Portland and Bend

Wahoo! Oregon! Alright, sweet! Exploring my own country for once. There are some pretty sweet things to do in Oregon and I’m even more stoked about this spot than usual, because… I have barely explored the US! Small family vacations were about it, so that... read more
6 Places in Pai You Might Not Know About

6 Places in Pai You Might Not Know About

  YAY Pai! If you’re researching Thailand, chances are, you’ve come across Pai and are pondering going. Stop pondering, just go. I won’t bore you with another top 10 things to do in Pai, there’s a million of those posts and it becomes very... read more
7 Unusual Things To Do in Chiang Mai

7 Unusual Things To Do in Chiang Mai

I’d take something unusual and weird over something common any day. Gimme all the weird! Don’t get me wrong, temples are nice, and going for a wander and seeing the everyday stuff is great. I did it. But when I go somewhere, I also like to see if there is... read more
4 Lesser-Known Spots Around Mae Hong Son To Go To

4 Lesser-Known Spots Around Mae Hong Son To Go To

    Let’s get a bit off the Northern Mae Hong Son Loop trail for a bit, shall we? Just outside of Mae Hong Son and on the way back to Pai is where you’ll find these spots, but you’ll need to wander off the highway to catch them. Trust me... read more
5 Reasons Why I Didn’t Like India

5 Reasons Why I Didn’t Like India

Whoa, India has some attractive reasons to visit! A super rich vibrant culture, AMAZING food that I absolutely love, nice people, tons of places to go, mountains to beaches to deserts, and a wealth of other perks. Unfortunately, I decided I didn’t like India. My... read more