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Resources for the Travel Loving Foodie

Food is an enormous part of travel, and its one of the things I get most excited for when getting ready for a trip. In fact, I sometimes even pick destinations based on what I want to eat there. I’m sure I am not the only one who does that! So for those of youContinue reading “Resources for the Travel Loving Foodie”


Travel Book Review Issue 2 – Coffee Table Inspiration

I’m a sucker for a good coffee table book. I probably need multiple coffee tables at this point actually. Most of my coffee table books are full of travel inspiration. Today’s list is all about inspiring yourself to get off that couch, put the coffee table in storage, and go explore the world. Pilgrimage byContinue reading “Travel Book Review Issue 2 – Coffee Table Inspiration”

What to wear in PNG

Recently I spent two weeks cruising around Papua New Guinea with two girlfriends and Jacob. We visited six different on shore locations during our cruise, all very different from the last. While everything in my previous post – A ladies guide on what to wear cruising, still applies in this case. being in PNG doesContinue reading “What to wear in PNG”

An Indulgent Evening at Balgownie Estate – Yarra Valley

The air is hot and sticky. It’s a rare day of high humidity in Melbourne and I had to chose between having the car windows rolled all the way down to let in some breeze, or shutting them with my cardigan stuck in to block out the sun. In the end I decide to saveContinue reading “An Indulgent Evening at Balgownie Estate – Yarra Valley”

Travel with Children: The Guide Book Comparison Review

I have been travelling pretty much non stop since I was twenty. So when I started to consider starting a family I have to admit I was a little scared. Would I have to stop travelling as much? Would I be able to afford it? Was it going to be possible to travel with aContinue reading “Travel with Children: The Guide Book Comparison Review”

The Environmentally Friendly Way to See Whales in Australia – Oz Whale Watching Tour in Sydney

It was a short walk from our hotel to the beautiful Darling harbour in Sydney. Darling harbour is lined with loads of nice cafes and restaurants, and is also home to Madam Tussaud’s wax museum and the Sydney Aquarium. But we were not here for life like figures or exotic fish in tanks, we wereContinue reading “The Environmentally Friendly Way to See Whales in Australia – Oz Whale Watching Tour in Sydney”