The Hunter Valley - wine country, just 2.5 hours out of Sydney and your ticket to a getaway filled with gourmet food and wineries to have even the most avid of wine drinkers licking their lips. If you’re planning your first trip to the Hunter Valley (or the second or third) Pokolbin is the place … Continue reading Wine, Dine and Spend Some Time in the Hunter
Hoi An is situated on Vietnam's central coast and getting there from Saigon is about a one and a half hour flight to Da Nang and then a 45-minute drive. It's a perfectly preserved historic town with a blend of Chinese, Japanese, French and Vietnamese culture and architecture. The town itself showcases the melting pot … Continue reading Hoi An: A foodies dream and a fashionistas paradise
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.
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
Travelling? These are the apps that you need to include on your checklist before you leave.
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.
Santorini and Mykonos are two of Greece's most visited Islands. My stay on them was short but there was a lot to see and do and of course relax by the beach.