The Voyager Tales is a travel blog dedicated to empowering those with a restless, wandering soul.
It’s for those with salt water in their veins, earth between their toes, and distant peaks in their eyes.
Those just like you.
With personally curated travel narratives, photography journals, and practical advice, this blog will inspire you to seek out those authentic moments, real-life experiences, and unforgettable memories that can only be gained through a life of travel.
notes from the road
A space for me to share my journey, week by week, every week
New post every Sunday
Some familiar faces in Rotterdam and a visit to Lowlands Music Festival. Check it out in this weeks edition!
Another very quiet week here in Rotterdam. Planning, delving into a bit of the nightlife, and trying to take the pressure off.
Another very quiet week here in Rotterdam, although I have started planning my next lot of adventures. Plus, a few snaps from my architecture tour of the city.
Soaking up this European ‘heat wave’ at the beach and getting a bit artzy with the newly established Mondays collective.
Exploring local markets, cycling through the countryside, high lining over lakes, and diving into the festival scene of Rotterdam. All this and some other stuff in this weeks edition!
My second week in the Netherlands has seen me land at a volunteering gig at a hostel in Rotterdam. This means a home base for the next little block while I explore Holland and the rest of Europe. Plus I can finally share some photos with you again!
Just a short one this week. I’ve been filling my days with the making of concrete furniture and trying to establish myself in a new city instead of exploring.
The European Summer dream has finally become a reality.
the latest tales
The most recent posts from my life of adventure
A waterfall that takes you by surprise with its sheer epicness, Nungnung Waterfall in Bali’s central Badung regency is one waterfall definitely worth the hike.
If you’re looking to experience a side of Sri Lanka a little less discovered and a little less saturated, then a trip to Kandy, the cultural capital of Sri Lanka, is definitely worth making.
Jutting an impressive 200-metres from the earth, Lion Rock, Sigiriya, and its nearby smaller but by no means less beautiful cousin, Pidurangala, should both be absolute ‘must-sees’ on any trip to Sri Lanka.
Looking for a waterfall trekking tour that gets the adrenaline pumping through the veins? Look no further than the stunning Aling Aling Waterfall trekking tour! Read this guide to find out everything you need to know before you visit.
Set deep in the lush jungles of Bali’s central Tabanan Regency, Leke Leke Waterfall is the hidden jewel that needs to be on every traveller’s list of Bali’s best waterfalls.
Set high in the mountains and deep in the jungle. Along mist-covered roads that wend and wind their way around the terrain. Through small villages with laughing children and dogs that jealously guard their territory, lies Sekumpul Waterfall. It’s Bali’s tallest waterfall, and yes, it’s as epic as it sounds
The ever-popular Tegenungan Waterfall near Ubud is the ideal day trip for those who simply need to get their waterfall fix while in Bali.
Set in the lush jungle, Tibumana Waterfall, Ubud, is an oasis of calm perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of Bali’s chaotic streets.