Greetings 2018!

Welcome to Johazza Travel 2018! Here to share the adventures, lessons and experiences of two Aussie girls slowly but surely exploring the world. Between us we've set foot on 22 different countries in 4 continents. This year we'll add at least three more to that list when we look to take on Nepal, India and... Continue Reading →

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From Cape to Cape

I recently completed the stunning Three Capes Walk in the south-west corner of Tasmania, Australia! Here is the tale of our trip; Not only the story of experiencing the beauty of Tasmania but also how we ended up surprising a group of children in our underwear and having to hitch a ride back into the... Continue Reading →

Minimalism when Traveling

Minimalism. The up and coming style (or lack?) of travel. The concept is as old as the first civilizations, but 'minimalistic travel' has sky rocketed since the 1950's as before then the core of minimalism was more popularly tied with religions than with a mode of travel or living. I am planning a fair amount... Continue Reading →

Keeping Hidden Gems Hidden

This post was inspired by my hesitation to write the original post that I had planned. It is essentially my journey of thinking. Originally I was going to write all about one of my most favourite places in the world: Jasper Gorge. Even after all of Europe, this tiny hidden treasure along the Buntine Highway... Continue Reading →

Hike the Razor Edge – LARAPINTA TRAIL

I have loved the outdoors as long as I can remember. As a kid I would play, build, adventure and explore constantly, with the natural environment as my foundation for inspiration and innovation. As I have 'grown up' my excitement for the outdoors has not dampened, although many other things have! And this is something... Continue Reading →

Take a Walk on the Wildside!

Ciao! It has been a little while! Just recently I spent 4 days in Poland with two very close friends, hiking more than 115km through the countryside. Let me tell you, it was amazing! So this is dedicated to the underrated mode of travel commonly known as......walking. There are many, many forms of travel -... Continue Reading →


This blog post has proved difficult to write (this being my 6th attempt)! I want to be objective and unbiased when comparing two separate countries especially cultures, but alas I am not. So, instead of trying to force a list of differences and similarities, I am going to recount a few memories that captured my experience... Continue Reading →

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