There's more to Oahu than just Honolulu. Read about a girls road trip of Oahu. My experience with tips on where to stay and what to eat.
Sydney beaches without the crowds we all want to find one. Here are four of my favourite spots to beat the crowds and tourists.
Searching for a good breakfast or brunch place in Sydney's Inner West? Here are a few to get your tastebuds racing.
Situated in Rozelle, Sydney the Green Lion sits atop of the Red Lion pub. I've been to this place 3 times in the last two months and I have to say the food is pretty amazing. Beautiful burgers, mac n cheese balls, spinach and mushroom cannelloni and jalapeño poppers are just some of the meals … Continue reading Sydney’s pub food with a twist
I’m an avid traveller who loves every chance to escape the daily grind and go out and explore the globe. Travelling can teach a person so much about themselves and life. Travelling with friends and partners is generally the norm, it teaches you skills like cooperation, sharing and above all patience. Oh and most importantly, … Continue reading The Benefits of Travelling Solo
The beautiful island state of Tasmania lies south of Victoria just under the tip of the Australian mainland and across the Bass Straight. Tasmania has so much to explore and do, so unless you have time to explore then to get a sampler of its beauty, produce and heritage Hobart is your destination. Hobart is … Continue reading Breathtaking Tasmania – Hobart & Surrounds
Sydney, it’s meant to be the hub of Australia’s economy but for a central business district (CBD) why are there so many infrastructure problems? In recent months commuters and the public in general have felt the inconvenience of what happens when transport and the Internet don’t work, as they should. To start with there’s the … Continue reading Planes, trains and the Internet: Sydney’s doomed infrastructure network.
Travelling? These are the apps that you need to include on your checklist before you leave.
Salt Vine is Sydney's newest Lebanese Tapas bar located in Surry Hills. It's a small establishment with only a 60 pax capacity, but packs a big punch with flavour. The food is absolutely delicious with a variety to choose from- it's not your typical Lebanese cuisine.
This is the perfect dinning excuse to getaway from the city. Gorgeous views, a great selection of bar food and an extensive drinks menu.
They say "Rome wasn't built in a day" and it certainly wasn't. Rome is a great city filled with history and wonder, most of the ancient buildings are still there and can be easily explored. Their splendour and enormity is a marvel and one can only imagine what life was truly like back in the times of Julius Caesar and when gladiators fought in the arenas.
Italy- the inventor of pizza, spaghetti, soccer and the Renaissance, is a great place to visit and if it’s your first trip there then I suggest doing it by rail. I had 10 days and visited three places first stop was Florence, then Venice and then onto Rome. This is a two part blog post featuring Rome in the following chapter.
Travelling throughout Europe? You may be taken aback by the military presence in most European cities.
Feeling like you're not being your best at work, that your job is draining you? Job burnout is an actual thing that can lead to serious health issues down the track if you don't make the change.
Our daily lives are so busy lately: work, family commitments, household chores and the like all consume much of our time. Even when we are to the point of exhaustion there is still that dread that if we don’t attend that party or dinner with friends we are going to completely be disconnected from what’s … Continue reading FOMO:When You Just Can’t Say NO!
When Julius Caesar was stabbed in the back in 44 BC the political stability of the Roman Empire set a new term to what “backstabbing” meant. In Australia for the past near decade the Roman Tragedy that is likened to the backstabbing of Caesar has been played out on the Australian and world stage. What … Continue reading The Roman Tragedy of Australian Politics
Hot off the heels of the Eurovision I wonder really is there such a thing as an unbiased vote when historically politics set the results of the votes to determine a winner. Perhaps there is still a slight underlying political tone even though the voting procedure has changed in the last few years. My argument … Continue reading Eurovision Or Political Vision – Can Votes Ever Be Unbiased?