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  • #1

    laura (Wednesday, 02 March 2016 20:02)

    where did you stay in postiano?

  • #2

    Filipe Gonzaga Prince from Hostalla (Friday, 04 March 2016 06:59)

    Did u just stay in Positano or did you also see rest of Amalfi Coast, too?

  • #3

    Alex (Friday, 04 March 2016 17:19)

    Hi! I was just wondering what hotel/hostel you stayed at in Marrakesh?

  • #4

    Lillian (Saturday, 05 March 2016 04:17)

    Laura - I stayed in an Airbnb in Positano, there were actually lots of options all along the Amalfi coast so give that a look! X

  • #5

    Lillian (Saturday, 05 March 2016 04:19)

    Filipe - we stayed in Positano but we were there for 4 nights so we had heaps of time to explore the rest of the Amalfi coast! There are amazing hikes up into the hills and the other towns are beautiful! I'm writing a post on it now, it'll be done soon! X

  • #6

    Lillian (Saturday, 05 March 2016 04:22)

    Alex - we stayed in the rainbow hostel in Marrakech it was $7 a night and was an amazing hostel. We made some life long friends and spent hours and hours sitting on the beautiful rooftop. It's also in an amazing location. I would 100% recommend staying there. X

  • #7

    Filipe Gonzaga Prince from Hostalla (Saturday, 05 March 2016 16:51)

    I have been there last year myself. I'm 20 years old and drive alone since i'm 18. But it really was a challenge for me to drive on the little streets there (never forget about the size of a bus). Did u picked up a motorcycle?

  • #8

    jay (Sunday, 13 March 2016 03:05)

    Hey just wondering where and how long you stayed in london? just wondering as its exceeding difficult to find a place within out budget, thanks :)

  • #9

    Wandering Rose (Sunday, 13 March 2016 20:33)

    Hi beautiful soul,
    I'm wondering what clothing/ how much you pack for your trips? Are you using a backpack or luggage? Your style is so effortlessly rad! x

  • #10

    Lillian (Sunday, 13 March 2016 23:52)

    Jay - I actually stayed with my boyfriend's family in Croyden so I didn't have to find any accommodation myself but I have heard that London accommodation is tricky, just make sure you're on the tube line as the overground is expensive and unreliable. sorry I could'nt be of more help x

  • #11

    Lillian (Sunday, 13 March 2016 23:57)

    Wandering Rose - Thanks so much (: I travel with a backpack as it is impossible to move around easily with a suitcase. On my recent trip I didnt pack effectively and had to send lots of stuff home, all I can really suggest is make sure you only bring the stuff you love and that will be practical. When youre travelling youre only going to care about whether or not you are comfotable so try and plan a few outfits that you like the look of but also are easy to wear. I took heaps of scarves which mixed up my otherwise boring wardrobe and doubled as something to lie on at the beach (: i also took a few one piece swimming costumes as i could wear them as a top as well. xx

  • #12

    Grace (Wednesday, 16 March 2016 01:43)

    Hi Lillian!! I was just wondering how much you budgeted for food each day/week, and how hard was it to stick to that? Did you cook a lot to on your travels?

    Much love

  • #13

    Lillian (Wednesday, 16 March 2016 04:31)

    Grace - We didnt have a strict budget for food (or for anything really) we just spent as little as possible. i found when you had a budget you tended to spend more than you needed to in circumstances where you had left over money (if that makes sense). i think on average we spent about 10 euro a day on food ($15) but that varied a lot. we cooked our own food wherever we could as it was so much cheaper and so much nicer being able to cook for what you wanted. becasue of this we were willing to pay more money for places with a kitchen as it saved us money in the long run. having a kitchen was a must for us in places we stayed in for longer periods of time (over 3 days) as eating out wasnt sustainable. hope this helps xx

  • #14

    Hattie (Wednesday, 16 March 2016 05:14)

    where was your overall favorite place in Europe?

  • #15

    Lillian (Wednesday, 16 March 2016 15:57)

    Hattie - Positano in Italy or Lauterbrunnen in switzerland!

  • #16

    Katie (Monday, 21 March 2016 03:46)

    Hey :) love your blog! x
    Just wondering how much you spent per person per night at hostels as I can't seem to find any that are cheaper than entire homes on airbnb... you seemed to budget really well so any links to cheap and good hostels you experienced would be fab! x thanks in advance.

  • #17

    Lillian (Wednesday, 23 March 2016 01:28)

    Katie - It depends what time of year you are travelling and where you are going. in peak season places like paris and london (actually most of Europe) are going to be incredibly expensive. we usually spent about $15 a night in hostels but that varied from $6- $30. We used to book all our hostels as we found that to be the most relabile website. the best thing to do when travelling in june, july, august is to book in advance. hope this helps xx

  • #18

    Chloe (Friday, 25 March 2016 01:26)

    How did you maintain such a good figure whilst travelling? Did you worry about what you were eating? X

  • #19

    Lillian (Saturday, 26 March 2016 18:50)

    Chloe - ahah well I hardly think i have a good figure but i didnt put on any weight whilst we travelled in fact i think i lost a little. this was probably because we walked everywhere and were always going on hikes/going swimming/skiing etc. we also spent very little money on food, so we werent eating excessively or eating anything particularly different to what we would have at home. I definitely wouldnt say i worried about what i was eating but im generally a healthy eater anyway so it wasnt a big issue for me. x

  • #20

    Grace (Tuesday, 29 March 2016 17:43)

    How much spending money would you suggest for someone going for 6 weeks ?

  • #21

    jade (Wednesday, 06 April 2016 08:27)

    what were/are your favourite travel blogs for inspiration and planning your Europe trip?:-))

  • #22

    Lillian (Thursday, 07 April 2016 18:35)

    Chloe - 6 weeks is hard because the return flights make it more expensive in a relative sense when compared to a longer trip (if that makes sense) also if those six weeks are in peak season (summer) and you plan on going to all the most popular places it could be far more than you expect. in saying that if you book everything in advance and youre really organised/good with money you could probably do it with $3500-$4000 including return flights. xx

  • #23

    Lillian (Thursday, 07 April 2016 18:45)

    Jade - AH i had so so many, my entire phone was filled with screen shots of places the months before we left (and it still is) i made a million pinterest boards with pictures of things i wanted to see and do as well. as far as actual blogs went i found nomadic matt really useful, he doesnt have any glamorous pictures but his information was amazingly helpful. world of wanderlust isnt bad either although she isnt a typical budget traveller. never ending destinations had some great information tooo! other than that i was inspired by literally anything or anyone, the 3 months leading up to my trip i absorbed so much information because everyone i spoke to had a different insight or suggestion. ill make a proper list of all the blogs and instagrams that i used eventually and post it on here (:

  • #24

    Livvy (Friday, 08 April 2016 16:23)

    I just wanted to say how effortlessly beautiful all of your photos are , and that youve seriously inspired me to travel! Your blog and wardrobe really is fab x

  • #25

    Lillian (Friday, 15 April 2016 02:17)

    Livvy- thank you so much!! Xx

  • #26

    Angus (Friday, 15 April 2016 05:54)

    bahhahahah youre a fucking legend

  • #27

    Beatrice (Wednesday, 20 April 2016 01:42)

    Hi Lillian, your blog is so helpful, when do you think you will write entries for the other European countries, I'm going to Europe in June and really interested in seeing the other places you've visited.

  • #28

    Molly (Sunday, 01 May 2016 07:06)

    Hello!!!!! I'm going to Europe in June and am going to Greece - looking at flights from croatia to santorini now and was wondering if you knew what a good price for flights is? And also if you know what a good price for ferries between islands is?
    Thankyouuuuu gr8 blog 10/10 so informative xxxxxxx

  • #29

    Lillian (Sunday, 08 May 2016 04:26)

    Beatrice - Yay im glad you like it (: im super busy with uni and work at the moment but lots of my posts are almost finished so im trying to release a new one each week! Hopefully all my Europe posts will be done by June because im going to asia in july which means ill have more to write about!! xx

  • #30

    Lillian (Sunday, 08 May 2016 04:31)

    Molly- Hey dude (: Flights out of Croatia are ridiculously expensive... we ended up getting a 4 hour bus into Montenegro and flying out from an airport there because it was the only affordable option. As for prices to Greece i really dont know because we flew Croatia - turkey and from Budapest to Greece but use skyscanner to try and find the best price!
    In between island transport is actually pretty expensive, from santorini to ios was 40 euros (which was more than our flight from athens to santorini and was only a 40 minute trip) We only went to ios and santorini so im not sure about the other islands but it does help if you book them in advance! I've almost finished my posts on Greece so hopefully they are useful for you! xx

  • #31

    Jarod (Sunday, 08 May 2016 23:46)

    Really awesome posts dude, just wondering if you went to Berlin/Amsterdam and whether youll write something on them?

  • #32

    Mads (Tuesday, 10 May 2016 09:32)

    Hiiii Lillian! What awesome adventures you have had mate!! I was just wondering, I would absolutely luv luv luv to go to morocco because it looks beyond amazing and just insane! In your post I know you said you felt completely fine and I am so sorry for asking because I bet everyone under the sun has asked haha, but my sis and I are trying to plan a trip there but there is high risk danger there at the moment on gov websites and I just wanted to know if the time you went it was that as well? Also bud, do you think because you were with your dude it made a difference, if you were with another gal do you think it would of been different? or anything that you have heard? :) xxx

  • #33

    Lillian (Tuesday, 10 May 2016 18:52)

    Jarod- yeah I did I spent 2 weeks in each!! I'm in the middle of writting both of them they should be done in the next few weeks :) xx

  • #34

    Lillian (Tuesday, 10 May 2016 19:19)

    Mads- hey man thanks so much! Um yeah it did say high risk when we went and my family were super unhappy about us going but honestly it was completely fine, I'm fairly sure the dangerous parts are in the Western Sahara (the lower region of Morocco) and not in the main cities.. Also yeah you'll be fine with your sister, I spent a fair bit of time walking around by myself and once you've got used to the haggling it's completely fine :) as long as you don't go roaming dark streets at night and stay in the main cities !!

  • #35

    Elle (Thursday, 12 May 2016 10:37)

    Hey Lily! :) Your blog and pictures are completely out of this world dude! Totally incredible! :) When you went backpacking, do you know how many litres or how big your pack was? i was just looking at buying one for travelling and would just like to use it for carry on luggage save flying and paying for checked luggage but I don't know if a carry on would be big enough. I was wondering what you guys did when you flew? Was yours the right size for carry on? Thanks dude and I can't wait for the next post xxxx

  • #36

    Emma (Wednesday, 25 May 2016 20:13)

    Hi Lillian,

    I'm going to Europe in July and wondering how you got around from place to place?? Like did you get a Eurail pass or use something else??? Would need to get from Barcelona to madrid return, then paris through bruges, amsterdam and up to berlin.
    Thanks Emma

  • #37

    Emma (Wednesday, 25 May 2016)

    Ps What do you recommend to do in budapest, berlin and amsterdam??

  • #38

    Lillian (Saturday, 28 May 2016 19:40)

    Elle - Hey man thanks so much!! We actually both had check in luggage and carry ons. I honestly don't think its realistic to travel for a long period of time (especially in Europe) with only carry on luggage. They are usually quite strict with the size of the bag you're allowed to bring on and you could really only fit 2-3 changes of clothes in there let alone all your toiletries and technology and books etc. Our bags were 70 liters (i think) and then my carry on bag was about 25-30 (im actually not 100% sure because i didnt buy them we already had them and they dont say exactly what they are on the label) but yeah it is super annoying having to pay extra on the budget flights for luggage but honestly its just not possible to travel for a long period of time (over 2-3 different seasons) with just carry on luggage. I think my check in bag weighed around 18kg for most of the trip and by the time we came home (because i had filled it with stuff from Morocco) it weighted 29kg!!! When ebbs and I go to asia in july we are just sharing 1 check in bag so if you are travelling with someone maybe sharing a bag is a good way to save money on the flights! good luck xx

  • #39

    Lillian (Saturday, 28 May 2016 19:47)

    Emma - I wrote all about how I got everywhere in Europe on my ultimate guide page! but basically we flew the first half of the trip because i prebooked most of it and then caught buses everywhere else. train travel is incredibly expensive (i would not recommend a eurail pass) there isnt a specific mode of transport that is the best for everywhere, for example getting from greece to italy it would be best to fly but getting from amsterdam to berlin the bus would be best and from switzerland to venice the train and the bus etc. Use to find good routes and ideas. i would personally always take the bus when you can because its cheaper and you dont have to bother with the hassle of airports. (especially for places like paris, bruges, amsterdam, berlin i would get the bus to and from all of them) we got the overnight bus from berlin to amsterdam that only cost $35 with Flixbus/Meinfernbus. Anyway yep, read my ultimate guide page and that should help! im in the middle of writing posts for amsterdam, berlin and budapest and they'll be finished in the next few weeks (: xx

  • #40

    Leah (Tuesday, 07 June 2016 05:55)

    Hi! Was just wondering where you stayed in the butterfly valley in Turkey? Thanks

  • #41

    Anna (Saturday, 11 June 2016 07:21)

    Hi Lillian! This is such a useful blog - thinking of going travelling next year.
    I will most likely be travelling with a few of my friends (who are girls), and I was wondering if you would have done anything different if you didn't have your boyfriend there? Unfortunately (given the world we live in) it is obviously not as safe for a bunch of girls to sleep outside an airport than it would be with a guy and a girl. Anyway - would love to hear your thoughts or suggestions!

  • #42

    Lillian (Saturday, 11 June 2016 22:07)

    Leah - Butterfly valley is incredibly small and doesn't have any formal accommodation or buildings. You can hire a tent from the commune that live there or just sleep on the beach. We just slept on the beach because the weather was super nice and it was easier than putting up a tent. If you pay the fee to stay the night you get breakfast and dinner (which you need because there aren't any shops and its an hour long boat ride out of the valley) x

  • #43

    Lillian (Saturday, 11 June 2016 22:21)

    Anna - Hey! well honestly its completely up to what you are comfortable with. I did sleep by myself in Salzburg Airport and i was completely fine. I personally don't feel that being with a group of girls would be a problem especially if you are in countries like france, germany, greece or italy... i probably wouldn't sleep by myself in a Turkish or Moroccan airport. Being with my boyfriend wasn't really any different than being with another girl because hes not some big muscly guy that could have protected me if something bad happened...i'm fairly sure we both weigh the same (give or take a few kgs) The difference from being with him to being alone was merely company... I found i was always more comfortable in any situation when i had him (or anyone) with me.. there is strength in numbers!!! Also its all down to circumstance... you just have to be alert and make good judgement about the situation that you're in... use common sense and trust your gut because 9/10 times if you feel uncomfortable or scared its for a valid reason!! also sleeping in airports or on beaches isnt really a necessity!! if you book in advance and stay organised you can find plenty of cheap accommodation that wont break your budget and sometimes its worth spending a little more money so that you have peace of mind! good luck with your trip! xx

  • #44

    Nita (Monday, 13 June 2016 10:48)

    Hey! I love your blog posts they're so insightful especially since they centre around travelling on a budget. Was just wondering when your post on Lauterbrunnen is coming out since I'm travelling there next month and am pretty worried about the expenses in Switzerland! Or if you have any quick tips or places to go there :) Similarly, i'll be going to Amsterdam, Prague and Berlin so i'm keeping an eye out for those posts haha xx

  • #45

    Lillian (Tuesday, 14 June 2016 01:35)

    Nita- thanks so much! I'm working on posts for all those places places right now.. It's just taking a while because of uni exams and I have so much to say in them! I'm hoping to have them up in the next week or 2 because heaps of people have asked for them :)

  • #46

    Hanna (Friday, 24 June 2016 17:42)

    You website is amazing! just wondering when your post on Berlin will be done? xx

  • #47

    Solusi cepat mengobati ejakulasi dini pria (Friday, 29 July 2016 02:29)

    you post articles that are very inspiring, as on health. thank you

  • #48

    carma (Sunday, 07 August 2016 01:26)

    hi! just wondering what film camera you used in Europe?

  • #49

    Jules (Monday, 08 August 2016 10:39)

    Lillian your georgeous .
    where can we see more pics of you

  • #50

    Lillian (Monday, 08 August 2016 18:04)

    Hanna - Its done now (: xx

  • #51

    Lillian (Monday, 08 August 2016 18:06)

    Carma - I used my granddad's old Minolta dynax 505si and bought kodak film on ebay in bulk (:

  • #52

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  • #54

    Lily (Monday, 22 August 2016 05:59)

    Hi Lil! Just wondering what camera you took most of your gorgeous shots on xx

  • #55

    Jade (Thursday, 25 August 2016 08:52)

    How long did it take you to save for your 6 months in Europe? And how much money did you end up saving and taking?! X

  • #56

    Jade (Thursday, 25 August 2016 08:58)

    How long did it take you to save before your 6 months in Europe? And how much money did you end up saving and taking with you?!

  • #57

    Lillian (Thursday, 01 September 2016 22:54)

    Lily- I took most of my photos on my phone (i have a 6s plus) especially through my trip in Asia.. in Europe I used a canon 550D and a minolta film camera but also used my phone a lot of the time too (but i had a 5s then and the camera quality was far worse..) im looking to buy a proper camera though because the 550d is too bulky to travel with but i don't like just taking pictures on my phone..

  • #58

    Lillian (Thursday, 01 September 2016 22:58)

    Jade- It took us about 4 months... I got home from America mid Feb and then worked until we left which was mid June (: I earned about $11 000 and already had $6000 or so saved in my bank account.. so I left with about $17000. I ended up spending $12000 over the 6 months so I had a substantial amount left when I got home! My boyfriend didn't have any money saved before he started working and ended up making almost $14000 (mainly because he got $2500 back in tax while we were over there!) its always good to have extra in case something goes wrong!

  • #59

    Jazz (Saturday, 03 September 2016 10:12)

    I'm currently in Europe for 4 months and have a few spare/unplanned weeks at the end... Any suggestions on (relatively cheap) places to go? I have already done London, Greece, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Italy, France, Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands. I also need to get out of the Schengen area as much as possible . Cheers

  • #60

    Katey (Monday, 05 September 2016 04:31)

    Hey girl,

    I'm wondering if you have any tips for saving while also studying at uni? Did you have more than one job? Xx

  • #61

    Lillian (Monday, 05 September 2016 06:17)

    Katey- hey :) :) For me, I just work really, really hard and spend as little as possible but I hardly have any time to see friends when I'm at home, so you have to be willing to make the sacrifice. I have 3 jobs and make about $800 a week so with full time uni all my spare time is spent on assignments (at least at this point in the semester). living at home always helps too because you don't have any extra expenses or living costs. Try and shop at markets and do things with your friends that don't cost money (I would NEVER go out for $18 cocktails like a lot of my friends do because that's a whole hour's wage gone and it's a DRINK) . Picnics and dinner parties at home are cool! Also try and make a plan/goal for yourself because I find when I have my life mapped out (which I do for the next like 2 years ahah) it's a lot easier to be motivated and excited even though you're working really hard. I think the most important thing to remember though, is that travel doesn't have to be expensive. The cost of travelling through Asia or even Europe for a month (if done on a good budget) can be less than a person living out of home in Sydney, you just have to be clever with your money and be willing to plan etc .. Hope this helped a little! Xxx

  • #62

    obat testis sakit karena bengkak (Friday, 04 November 2016 01:47)

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  • #63

    Kate (Sunday, 13 November 2016 04:36)

    Hey Lillian,
    Your blog is so inspiring and helpful !!! My friend and I are planning a trip to Byron and we're just wondering were you would recommend staying xxx

  • #64

    Veronika (Friday, 18 November 2016 15:02)

    Hey Lillian,
    I'm going to the Philippines at the end of this year for 1 week and I'm keen to go to Cebu, Palawan and Batad but not sure if I have enough time. I've seen the rice fields in Ubud before so is Batad worth going to still?


  • #65

    Jodie Bull (Wednesday, 07 December 2016 09:28)

    Hello Lillian,

    Me and my boyfriend are getting ready to set of on our travels.
    And was wondering which is the best travel card to get ?
    We are going Indo, Asia, Sri Lanka and Aus.
    Thanks, Jodie.

  • #66

    Alice (Wednesday, 04 January 2017 05:56)

    Your trips have majorly inspired me and I'm basically planning my entire gap year off yours. What film camera do you have and what film do you use? Your photos are amazing

  • #67

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  • #68

    Marika (Thursday, 12 January 2017 06:51)

    What Camera and editor software do you use for your'e videos?

  • #69

    Mirei (Thursday, 12 January 2017 07:34)

    Are you using Wix or squarespace for youre blog?

  • #70

    Bailie (Wednesday, 18 January 2017 05:11)

    Hi there, I'm curious about how/if you were able to access WiFi to book your transport. I heard that the WiFi was difficult to get so how did you get around that? :)

  • #71

    Abby (Sunday, 22 January 2017 21:59)

    Hi, I'm hoping to go to Europe for 6 months in June and i was wondering how you coped with the schengen zone visa, and where you spent the 3 months not in the schengen zone. Thanks :) xx

  • #72

    josie (Wednesday, 25 January 2017 11:48)

    hey! i've been following you on insta for a while now; just wondering where in your life you are at the moment haha?
    your latest posts literally give me butterflies and take my breath away; so was wondering if this is a full-time thing/are you on holiday/do you study etc?
    thanks so much, all the best x

  • #73

    Kate (Friday, 27 January 2017 11:41)

    Hi Lillian!
    I'm planning my traveling and i'm doing it completely solo, although i am planning to meet up with friends along the way. But i was curious to how expensive it is to travel? Or how do you deal with expenses?
    Is it easier to stay in hostels?
    Hope this makes sense. Thank you!! xoxo

  • #74

    Lillian (Friday, 27 January 2017 22:53)

    Kate- Hey man sorry for the late reply! unfortunately I can't recommend anywhere to stay in Byron as the times I have been I've stayed with friends who have houses there or with my grandparents on a farm. Hope you find somewhere (: xx

  • #75

    Lillian (Friday, 27 January 2017 23:06)

    Veronika- 1 week is not enough time to do all those places, I'd choose 2 and even then a week isnt that long... Batad is certainly worth seeing, one of my favorite places i've been, so if you're trying to choose id recommend Cebu and Batad (:

  • #76

    Lillian (Friday, 27 January 2017 23:09)

    Jodie Bull - Hey! I use a commonwealth bank travel card but that is obviously only good if you're with the commonwealth bank... My boyfriend has a citibank card which is connected directly to his bank account and doesn't have extra withdraw or conversion fees anywhere in the world! So I would definitely recommend getting one of them (:

  • #77

    Lillian (Friday, 27 January 2017 23:11)

    Alice - Thats so amazing! it makes me feel so lovely to know i've inspired people!! I use a minolta Dynax 505si film camera that was my grandad's, he gave it to me before I left for Europe and it works amazingly, I think you can get them on ebay every now and then

  • #78

    josie (Thursday, 02 February 2017 05:12)

    hey! i've been following you on insta for a while now; just wondering where in your life you are at the moment haha?
    your latest posts literally give me butterflies and take my breath away; so was wondering if this is a full-time thing/are you on holiday/do you study etc?
    thanks so much, all the best x

  • #79

    Emily (Sunday, 12 February 2017 13:44)

    have u ever run through a monarch butterfly migration? also i'm lost and feeling stuck, any tips on escaping?

  • #80

    Lolyta (Thursday, 23 February 2017 22:03)

    Where do you plan on going next? x

  • #81

    Adele Moore (Monday, 27 February 2017 16:58)

    Hi, was just wondering if you could provide a link to the Air bnb you stayed in in Fes! Looks gorgeous, thanks :-)

  • #82

    Emily (Sunday, 05 March 2017 07:55)

    Hey, do u have snapchat? What's your handle? xx

  • #83

    Lily (Monday, 06 March 2017 03:59)

    Hey came across your insta and love it!! would you be able to maybe do a post or video on what you packed on your latest trip in your bag? xx

  • #84

    Charity (Monday, 06 March 2017 04:14)

    My friend and I want to go on a short trip instead of "schoolies" in November, do you have any recommendations for a cheap getaway for a few weeks? x

  • #85

    Lillian (Monday, 06 March 2017 18:20)

    Josie - hey!! Well i've just come home from a 4 month trip through vietnam, india, Nepal and japan and i'm back at uni this week. I am a full time student but I also work 3 jobs to save for travels and in my holidays I go overseas. The Australian summer uni break is 4 months long which allowed me to go on my recent trip however I am deferring the second half of this year and travelling for 10 months through Europe and north and south america! Thanks for checking out my blog!! xxx

  • #86

    Lillian (Monday, 06 March 2017 18:22)

    Lolyta - I'm flying to london on july 5th and then travelling through europe to italy, france, portugal and morocco for 2 months. Then in September i'm flying to New york for a few weeks and then south to mexico where I will begin to work my way down south america!

  • #87

    Lillian (Monday, 06 March 2017 18:26)

    Adele Moore - I think it's got a bit more expensive since I stayed there but its so worth it!!

  • #88

    Lillian (Monday, 06 March 2017 18:34)

    Lily - I'm not much of a video person (although I might start a vlog channel when I go away at the end of this year) but i'll definitely include what i packed in my india blog posts which should be done in a few weeks!!

  • #89

    Lillian (Monday, 06 March 2017 18:44)

    Charity - Hey man!! I'd definitely recommend Indonesia, the Philippines or japan because of how cheap the flights are at the moment. When i finished school i went t bali with my friends for a few weeks and it was an absolutely amazing place to go on a first solo trip!! Flights to japan from sydney are $500 return (or cheaper) atm which is stupidly cheap and japan is the coolest (especially tokyo) the Philippines is also a magical place with cheap flights and millions of islands to explore!! Depending on your budget and whether you want a beach/cultural trip these are the places id recommend!! xx

  • #90

    Steph (Saturday, 18 March 2017 19:45)

    Where did you stay on your 2nd trip to Seminyak?

  • #91

    Sarah (Saturday, 15 April 2017 21:45)

    Hey! Heading over to Bali based off all your travels and would love to know what you thought of Seminyak & where you stayed/if you'd recommend staying there again? xx

  • #92

    Cobi (Sunday, 23 April 2017 08:24)

    Hey Lillian, my friend (who introduced me to your blog) and I are about to book a trip to India tomorrow and are actually basing our route around the places you went on your trip!! We are travelling carry-on only - do you have any essentials that you can't go without when travelling??? xx

  • #93

    Gigi (Tuesday, 02 May 2017 10:03)

    Hi! I was wondering what job do you? Because you can afford so many travels that's great and you seem to have a nice lifestyle :)

  • #94

    Eid Collection 2017 (Saturday, 13 May 2017 10:25)

    I really appreciate this wonderful post that you have provided for us. I assure this would be beneficial for most of the people

  • #95

    Maddie (Thursday, 18 May 2017 20:25)

    Hey I was wondering how you got around the schengen zone visa rule and if you ran into any trouble staying longer than 3 months?

  • #96

    Chloe (Saturday, 20 May 2017 23:39)

    Where do you get your swimwear from?! Mainly the black one piece

  • #97

    Zadie (Tuesday, 23 May 2017 04:15)

    Hey! Just wondering if you were planning to do a guide in Vietnam?

  • #98

    Lillian (Tuesday, 23 May 2017 19:31)

    Zadie - Hey girl im working on them as we speak they should be done in the next few weeks im just a bit swamped with uni work at the moment! xx

  • #99

    Charlie (Wednesday, 31 May 2017 22:47)

    Hi there,

    Im travelling shortly to SE Asia and am looking into hostels. Im not sure wether to book when i arrive or book in advance. The hostels you mention you got for $5, on hostel world and, are like $20 - is that because theyre adding on a fee? Basically, what is your advice for getting cheap hostels without having to worry about being stranded (as im going during the busy Jan/Feb period)?

  • #100

    Cataleya (Sunday, 04 June 2017 02:15)

    Hey! I'm travelling to Europe in a couple weeks and I was just wondering if you have ever been to albania, bosnia or poland? Or heard any good things about them to go to?
    Also I l o v e your one-piece swimmers and I was wondering where you got them from? Thankyou ! xx p.s your blog is amazing ! It helped me plan my trip so much

  • #101

    Brie (Monday, 12 June 2017 05:43)

    Hey chick,
    Was wondering what cruise you did in ha long bay ? :) x

  • #102

    Alice (Thursday, 15 June 2017 23:11)

    Hi ! I'm planning a trip to Nepal and getting lots of inspiration from your travels. I was just wondering how many days your Annapurna trek was, and also what company you were with? x

  • #103

    Olivia (Sunday, 09 July 2017 06:03)

    Where did you hire your scooters from in Dubrovnik? Did you book online? X

  • #104

    Laura (Tuesday, 08 August 2017 22:38)

    Hello!! I'm planning my travels to India and I'm moving to Europe next year to travel and work. I'm a little stressed out with the whole planning behind it so do u have any tips on how to plan and decide what places you want to stay in? And was the main accomodation for your travels hostels and airbnbs?

  • #105

    Jas (Monday, 11 September 2017 05:04)

    Hey Lillian,
    What camera did u use to take the fish eye looking photos from the Australia South Coast road trip? Your photos are amazing!! xx

  • #106

    melody (Wednesday, 04 October 2017 14:47)

    what film camera do you use? i love your photographs!!

  • #107

    Lillian (Tuesday, 24 October 2017 18:08)

    Charlie -
    Hey man the cheapest places I found were usually newly opened because they didn't have a big base of reviews yet so they were usually cheaper. We also traveled in the off season so everything was a little cheaper. If you're looking to save don't book online just wait till you get there and try and book somewhere that isnt online cause they''ll always be less. Its also always way cheap to book double room in guest houses as opposed to dorm rooms if you're traveling with someone xx

  • #108

    Lillian (Tuesday, 24 October 2017 18:12)

    Melody - I use an automatic Minota Dynax !!

  • #109

    Taya (Thursday, 16 November 2017 23:50)

    Hey dude! I was wondering what travel insurance you use?

  • #110

    Aly (Friday, 08 December 2017 17:25)

    Hey! I’m travelling to India next month and was just wondering whether you took camera equipment/laptop. I saw you developed your film while over there, did you just access the photos via a computer there or? And also did you travel with a suitcase or backpacking? Thanks!!

  • #111

    Erynn (Friday, 29 December 2017 18:52)

    Hello gorgeous! I’m planning on backpacking around Europe or South America this upcoming summer. If you wouldn’t mind me asking, what was your budget for your trips? How did you find money along the way if you were running low? Anything helps as I am trying to save up for my adventures :)

  • #112

    Liv (Sunday, 11 February 2018 20:12)

    Hey Gurl
    Planning on travelling solo to Nepal, thinking of doing base camp - just wondering if you've got any suggestions of companies to travel with/ the best way of getting there??

  • #113

    Amelia (Tuesday, 27 February 2018 04:48)


    What are your tips for travelling India? Did you plan it or go with the flow! What are the best places to go? Xx

  • #114

    Julie (Saturday, 07 April 2018 06:08)

    Hi there,

    was wondering how safe you felt traveling solo in Mexico? would love to read about it.


  • #115

    Cara (Monday, 09 April 2018 19:04)

    Hi I was just wondering how you found such cheap tour prices in Peru everything online is several hundreds or dollars or more! So I was just wondering how you went about booking tours when you got there and whether I should book them online before or wait till I get there.

    Thank you!!

  • #116

    Olivia (Friday, 13 April 2018)

    Hey Lillian, what did you do about visas having some trouble deciding what is best for someone who doesn't have an english passport