Back on the road again. The earth has turned red, trees are sparse, river beds are empty. Termite hills decorate the never ending landscape. ‘Towns’ are 6 hours apart from each other and consist of a petrol station, maybe a church and some old corrigated iron buildings. Goats, cows and kangaroos wander around the unfenced … More It’s been a while now
It was a standard Last Day of Holiday type day. We’d been assaulted and beaten up during thai massages, gobbled up all the unidentifiable street food we passed, refused to wear sunscreen, and were pleasantly suprised when we got out of the cab alive after the 140 kilometer an hour taxi ride to the airport. … More Going home?
I know that it’s not over yet and there are still many adventures to be had, but already 2017 is stacking up to be an important year in the life of Kate. 2017 is the year I entered my mid 30’s (am I an adult yet??). It’s the year I lived in a bus. Or … More Running for cake
We weren’t planning on working this year. But about 4 months in and after a particularly expensive March filled with mini breaks, flights and festivals Jot was in a panic about money. As she is in charge of the Galea-Castle empire and dollar I took her word for it. I’m terrible with money and until … More Buslife unexpected
Nearly a month in Tassie. This is what went down. … More Hello Tasmania, Goodbye Tasmainia
I once said to a friend, “if you ever see me in public without make up take me home immediately as something is very, very wrong and I shouldn’t be out in public”. My best friend Adam is under strict instructions that, if I am ever in a coma, he is to come in to … More The evolution of Kath and Anne
Like most modern day love stories ours starts in a bar in a University town. As the only gay bar in Reading, a town about an hour and a half outside of London, The Granby always seemed to have an essence of desperation about it. Bearing in mind this was 11 years ago, and well … More Where do we come from and where do we go. The story of us so far.