I may be breaking all the blogging rules by giving you the secret in the first sentence but it’s a simple one. The subtle art to the perfect staycation is: Time. … More The Subtle Art of a Staycation.
If I may be so self indulgent, here’s a list of where I’ve been this year. Read on for my favourite destination visited in 2018. … More My year of travel, a 2018 recap!
An age old debate. Sydney technically discovered first, Melbourne technically the capital for 30 years. Sydney has the harbour, Melbourne has the Yarra. Sydney has the beaches, Melbourne has the bay. I could wax poetic for pages! Let’s be honest, I should have aptly named this post: A tale of two cities. Initially I was … More Melbourne Vs. Sydney?
May I state with gusto, it was good to get back on the horse (so to speak) and trek with confidence again. My trek last week fell somewhat short of expectations. Irrational or maybe somewhat rational fear kicked in as I trekked solo alongside the Hawkesbury River on the worst trek ever. This week, my … More Trekking the Six-Foot Track, Australia
If you thought this was going to be some sort of click-bait type title to get you to read all about my most joyful experiences trekking throughout Australia, you would be wrong. Not even close. This week, week three of gardening leave I decided I needed a lighter walk and opted for the easiest and … More The Worst Trek Ever.
It’s been quite some time since my last post and if you detect a certain laissez-faire approach to my next few posts here’s why: I’ve recently been placed on gardening leave. After resigning from my job I was told to go home for the next four weeks, suspended from work. I have no access to emails … More The Coast Track – In one day.
It should come as no surprise to you that the focus of this blog post is the one and only Great Barrier Reef. Situated in Far North Queensland, which is just far enough for you to feel like you’re on holidays somewhere really remote and yet strangely comforting upon hearing the twang of a northern … More Top 5 things to do in Port Douglas, Australia
Yep, I can be seen scaling boulders, ambulating from river to river and debouching onto open plains with the rest of em. Not only have I learn how to ‘pitch’ a tent, ‘stoke’ a fire and ‘dig’ my own rest room I’ve certainly got a taste for adventure and wilderness. … More Best day trek’s (and over nighter’s) near Sydney