My bookshelf is full of travel guides. When I was backpacking around the world I always had a guidebook tucked away ready to be whipped out at any moment. It helped me find cool places to stay, eat and tourist attractions to explore.
Even though my style of travel has changed from backpacking to family travel I still have a local guidebook handy.
Santa must have known the children will be spending lots of time in the water. That is why he left a full faceNinja Shark Snorkelunder our tree.
We are about to head off on a 3-month trip, exploring the Western Australia coast and beyond. We plan to interact with curious Sea Lion pups in Jurien Bay, swim with Whale Sharks in Exmouth and snorkel the coral reefs located along the coast.
I made a promise to myself to start supporting small businesses this year. There are so many wonderful Australian businesses out there selling unique products that you may not find in the shops.Read More »
Finally, Dixie has joined the 40’s club! He’s a bloke who loves the outdoors, camping and 4wding. When Whitegum Farm popped up on my Instagram feed I knew this would be the perfect spot to celebrate his birthday.Read More »
My first time travelling solo was on a Contiki tour through Europe. I wanted to get a taste of Europe before I starting working as an AuPairin England. Contiki is a group tour targeted at 18-35’s. Rumours were flying that Contiki is all about people getting drunk and performing crazy antics.
I made myself a promise, I was not going to party all night and sleep all day on the bus. I didn’t want to miss the scenery as we drove across Europe, I wanted to soak it all in. But was this a promise I could keep?Read More »
Camping is in our blood and we try and get out at least every six weeks. We are constantly thinking of ways we can improved out set up to make our lives easier. I must admit that our cutlery was always in a bit of a mess until now!Read More »
Photography is something that I struggle with and I often hand the camera over to my partner Dixie. I shy away from taking photos as he is much better at it than me. I decided it was time to take action so I enrolled with the University of Tasmania to do a Photo Essay Course.
I really enjoyed the course as it got me out of my comfort zone by capturing images that I wouldn’t normally shoot.
Here are some of the things I took away from doing the course.Read More »