Tag: Travel

Street Stalls

Jessica Miller- September 25, 2018

Women sell fresh produce on the streets to save paying expensive government taxes. Read More

Finding fresh air in The Big Durian

Holly Richardson- June 1, 2018

In the midst of Jakarta, the capital of the fourth most populated country in the world, fresh air is hard to find. As the city ... Read More

To Tip Or Not To Tip

McKenna Lea- September 25, 2017

  For many western travellers the idea of begging is a foreign practice. Whilst exploring the beautiful temples and forts in India travellers may be ... Read More

Abandoned by the highway

Claire Norton- September 25, 2017

Travelling from Brisbane to Jaipur, a comedy of errors led our journalism group to discover the magnificent country side of India. From Delhi to Jaipur, ... Read More

Rich in Age and Rich in Culture

Hannah Palmer- September 25, 2017

India’s home of culture, Jaipur, has become the perfect destination for middle to senior aged travellers as the city is abuzz with life and filled ... Read More

When tourists become the attraction

Kate Cullen- September 24, 2017

  Jaipur is home to many insta-worthy sights but Indian tourists are coming to the Pink City for more than pictures with the brilliant architecture, ... Read More

Cricket in India: It’s not a sport, it’s a religion

Tarryn Kelly- October 24, 2016

It is recognised as the second largest religion in India - and some argue that is undoubtedly the first. It may come as a shock ... Read More

Espresso Yourself: Brewing Up a Storm at the Starbucks Coffee Championships

Charlotte Borland- October 15, 2016

By Charlotte Borland India is known for its age-old love affair with tea, yet it seems there now may be a new national drink of ... Read More

Flipping Perceptions of Feminism

Charlotte Borland- October 14, 2016

By Charlotte Borland How a student-run magazine in Mumbai is redefining Indian portrayals of feminism, one issue at a time. FULL STORY HERE Read More