travelling with a disability

Travelling with a Disability

There have been some major changes in our lifestyle over the past 6 months or so and one specific change has been to adapt to my new disability. At the moment I have a chronic knee injury, walk with crutches an...
london town

36 Hours in London – What Would YOU Do?

This week my beloved cousin, Georgina, is coming to visit all the way for Australia. Born in England, her family emigrated to the other side of the world 10 years ago. Despite this, we have both remained very c...
Beach Swinging

Favourite Travel Blogs

The blogosphere is chock full of awesome inspiration and brilliant people sharing their daily lives, insights and knowledge. I really am thankful to be part of such an incredible group of people who give so gen...
Digital Nomad

What Is A Digital Nomad?

A digital nomad is one who works online (or using any form of telecommunications, but let's face it most of us use email these days. What's a phone call?) and is location independent. That is, they have the fre...
Travel

November Instagrams

Pinch, punch ... first of the month! Happy December everyone. We are now in Singapore, it's hot and humid here so it doesn't really feel like the festive period at all. But wherever you are I hope you are enjo...

The Art of Slow Travel

Homestay in rural Dominican Republic It's already been 7 days of travel (on this particular adventure) and already I'm noticing all the different styles of travellers out and about in Bangkok. From the wide-e...

Special Announcement: We are leaving the country

Special announcement time!  Raj and I are leaving the country. Yep. In 9 days time we will be boarding an Emirates flight for Bangkok where we intend to spend at least the next 4 months in Southeast Asia. W...
Flying

The time I nearly missed my first flight to Bangkok

It was my first ever long haul flight. Before that I had only ever been to Europe and Tunisia. Nothing further than 4 hours away. I was heading off on a solo backpacking trip around Southeast Asia, and I was a ...
Switzerland

Gap Years Aren’t Just For Teens

There is growing trend for adults to take a gap year at any point in their life. Often called sabbaticals or career breaks, these are essentially gap years traditionally embarked upon by the 18 year-olds of yes...

5 Travel Wishes

There was always a strange voice in my head when I was away and it led me to believe that without a shadow of a doubt, I would be back, doing this travel thing again and living the experience all over. I don’t ...

Welcome to Awesome Wave

Awesome Wave is a travel blog by myself and Raj. It’s a place for us to gather the years of stories, adventures and insights from our travels both independently and together. I actually got into blogging via t...