Globalfreeloaders what a great organization this is.
I first stumbled across it when travelling around Australia on the Greyhound buses in 2005. It was an invaluable resource to help the budget stretch out to 5 months of memorable travel through the wild flower areas of Western Australia, across the Nullabor, and experience the iconic Ocean Road. Staying with locals in different areas enhanced the experience. As it is, for me, the people you meet that stay in your mind and heart the most.
These are some of the iconic Australian places I saw during my 2005 trip.
Why I am including it today is because we had a lady from Singapore contact us via GFL and she has arrived to stay with us for 3 days. A charming and very independent person, she is a joy to have as a guest.
During our coming travels we intend to once again use GFL to have short breaks from the road and also meet local people.
Check it out if you are travelling, it may be for you too
Tasty, easy lunch recipe….
Have you ever tried couscous? NO? well it is a very easy and quick ingredient to use. Ideal for travellers…
Tuna and Tomato Couscous Salad (serves 2)
- 2/3 cup couscous
- 2/3 cup boiling water
- 185 gram can tuna
- 12 cherry tomatoes, halved
- 95 gram can corn kernels, drained
- 1/4 cup chopped mint
- 2 tbs olive oil
- 2 tbs lemon juice
1…Combine the couscous and water in a bowl and stir with a fork until the water is absorbed and then let cool.
2…Drain and flake the tuna and stir into the couscous with all other ingredients.
Serve on a bed of lettuce. Yummy…..
If you have more easy to use recipes to use when travelling I would like to try them. Please leave them in the comment box.
You have sussed it all out. Now you are going to be my expert travel guide & you ask me why I am smiling.
When you’re Smiling when you’re smiling, you know the song. You know the whole song book, On the road again, gives me the willies. Rolling down the highway looking for adventure.
Six months & six days on the road & we’re gonna make it home …… When ever