Bianca Raby was so keen to learn about the world but didn’t know how to do that through a textbook. Instead, she went out and explored it for herself.
Bianca is a passionate educator and entrepreneur with over 12 years of professional experience spanning sectors, communities and countries. From classroom teaching in Australian remote Indigenous communities to launching her own digital education company Bianca is a global citizen with the passion and conviction to change the world for the better.
She started travelling in 2010 after divorcing her high school sweet heart. Since then, she has found it hard to stay put and is designing her company to be fully online so she can have the freedom to be anywhere that she desires.
In the episode...
Started dreaming about all the places she wanted to visited as she knew she could not learn about the world through a textbook.
Her first plane trip was to Hawaii!
Felt outside her comfort zone when she moved to Siem Reap. She constantly wondered if she should be be there and the best way to integrate with the community.
Bianca’s experience at the Turkish baths.
Her experience living in ‘two worlds’ when she was in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
The privilege that we have, as citizens of the western world.
Bianca’s experience when travelling to a digital nomad conference where nobody thanked the country for hosting the conference.
How ‘western citizens' are changing the landscape of local communities.
How Bianca walked into a supermarket with so many staff how she challenged herself to look at the situation with an entirely new perspective.
Being open to discussions that challenge you.
How Bianca is finding it difficult to find a place to call home.
Rapid fire round
What was the last place you visited? Chang Mai, Thailand
A place you tell everyone to visit? Venice, Italy
Scariest place travelled to? Cape Town and Camping in Africa
Your favourite thing about travel? The first day of arriving in a new place.
Wheres your next trip? Adelaide and then to the South of Thailand.
Why Bianca continues to seek out travel and adventure? The people that you meet, the personal growth that you get and the diversity of perspectives that you are exposed to.