This is where Everitts Adventures all began! Back in 2018 I had just graduated from university and was about to set off backpacking with a group of mates. I decided to start a travel blog as a way to document my experiences for family and friends back home. Plus I also figured it would allow me to look back on all my travels, years after they were over. Little did I know then but it would be 3.5 years and 11 countries Later before I settled back home. The first stop was Southeast Asia where I visited 8 countries and had the most amazing 6 months backpacking. I then moved to Australia for 2 years, where COVID hit after year 1. Here I travelled the East Coast, lived in Sydney for 18 months and then moved to Melbourne for 4 months. As my two years in Aus drew to a close, a travel bubble opened up in New Zealand so I moved here for 7 months. Living in Queentwons for 5 months during the ski seasons, before road-tripping the length of the country. With Covid restriction finally starting to recede at the start of 2022 I returned to Thailand to complete my PADI Divemaster, before stopping off in Sri Lanka on my way home in May 2022. Quite the trip and the best few years of my life!
Travelling however was in my DNA, long before I started the blog. Growing up I was fortunate enough to travel to various countries in Europe with my parents on our family holidays. With the south of Spain a staple destination for us. In 2014 I set off on my first big adventure, 3 weeks in Costa Rica, before starting university upon my return. The following summer I went to work at a summer camp in the United States which finished up with a month of exploring once camp finished. In 2016/17 I secured a year-long internship in Germany. During this time I explored every corner of Germany and much of Europe in the process. I have therefore tried to retrospectively document these past trips for completeness.
Click through the below categories to read my past travel tails and stay tuned for many more future adventures!!! My goal now is to reach 50 countries by the time I’m 30. Plus use this platform as a way to help others experience the joys of travel.