Things can go wrong when you travel – but that’s OK!
Travel can seem daunting for many people with swirling thoughts of everything that could go wrong. But things go wrong at home, so why expect travel to be different? But having a positive attitude, putting things into perspective and
That time I accidentally interfered with a Balinese religious ceremony
I was totally embarrassed when I accidentally interfered with a Balinese religious ceremony!
Bich Dong Pagoda – Add to your Ninh Binh Vietnam Itinerary
What makes Bich Dong stand out from other temples is the joy of walking through incense filled caves and exiting to the beautiful views of the landscape below. Combine this with the other lovely buildings in the complex, ornamental lake
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary Ubud, Bali – more than just monkeys
We have already seen plenty of naughty monkeys in our travels. Dusky Leaf Monkeys in Langkawi, Malaysia that stole anything left on outdoor tables or raided the housekeeping bags left on the front door step. Long-tailed Macaque at a nature
Packing Cubes – and why you should love them!
Packing cubes are a life changing travel essential that will help organise any sized suitcase or backpack. These lightweight, sturdy, magical cubes will make you fall in love them and wonder how you ever travelled without them!
Walhalla – A Journey to the Past
Walhalla is a very popular tourist attraction in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia. This popularity is due to the undeniable charm, relaxed atmosphere and stunning valley location of this historical township.
Blue Lotus Water Garden, Yarra Junction
Blue Lotus Water Gardens in Yarra Junction Victoria is a 14 acre oasis with 3km of easy walking tracks, picnic areas, fairy garden, café and much more!
Add Tarra-Bulga National Park to your Gippsland Itinerary
Tarra-Bulga National Park is nestled in the hills of the Strzelecki Ranges in South Gippsland and is definitely worth a visit. There are endless things to do in this beautiful cool temperate rainforest including walking, picnicking, admiring nature and simply
What I read in 2020 – the year of lockdowns
Review of books I read in 2020 during covid lockdowns and on a buy-no-new-books commitment.