I flew to Australia in March 2019. I have been working as a criminologist for the past four years with people that are at their lowest. And then, I realized I had the urgent need to think about myself for once. It was now or never. I left with a heavy heart and the world’s weight on my shoulders with one goal: free myself.
As the Australian government lockdown the country to stop COVID-19, Sydney’s most popular places were left empty and deserted. The photographer Phil Lee captured the city during this unique time.
The World Health Organization has announced that COVID-19 is a pandemic and backpackers must do all their best to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in Australia, and know what to do if you have symptoms. In this article, you will find useful information for backpackers in Australia in the context of the coronavirus.
Since we started to travel it’s obvious nothing is the same as before. Indeed, we learned to be more minimalism. We’re living in a 4wd and we came here just with a backpack, so no room for anything superfluous. That permits us to be aware of what is very essential and obviously essentials thing we can count them with our hands.