With the long weekend just around the corner around Australia, whether you are looking for a last minute cheeky weekender getaway or a fun daytripper – we have 7 great suggestions for you!
As we finally exited the gardens and looked at our watches, we realised we had only spent a mere 30 minutes in the gardens. We felt like we had spent hours exploring a secret and fantastical world.
Heading overseas for every holiday because you’ve think you’ve done everything on our shores? Today we take you through 8 unique Australian holidays – you haven’t experienced Australia until you’ve ticked these off your list.
Sounds like something out of Pirates of the Caribbean, doesn't it? 🙂 World's End is a hike in Sri Lanka's Horton Plains National Park. It was, I think, my first ever hike (for fun)...at the tender age of 26 ......Wow! On reflection, that seems like a very late age to do my very first hike!... Continue Reading →
Chinese philosopher Lǎozǐ wrote that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Our ballroom dancing journey began with a basic Foxtrot forward step (actually, four steps, slow-slow-quick-quick).
Okay, this is not a foodie blog. But this is not a detailed run-down of a meal either. If you’ve never tried Peking Duck, or you’re searching for Adelaide’s top serving of this glorious three-in-one Cantonese dish, read on. Adelaide’s Chinatown is centred on Moonta Street running alongside the Central Market off Victoria Square. While... Continue Reading →
Spring is almost upon us and the gardens are ready to bloom (or if your lucky already blooming), and with Spring comes Tulip Mania!
Negombo is a cute little seaside town about 10 kms from the Sri Lankan International Airport. Perfect stop over after a long flight or before you depart the island and you want a last bit of sunshine and waves!
If you have children, or are married to a big kid like I am, it means an annual visit filled with fun, sugar, laughter and interesting sights.
For those of you that haven’t heard, Steptember is a challenge to take 10,000 steps every day for 28 days and raise money for charity at the same time. Here is a list of some great walks that we've been posting about 🙂
Markets are the solution if you're looking for a quick adventure, and if you're a visitor to a region then a farmers' market or a craft market is a great way to get a locally produced souvenir. With Spring in the air, markets are starting to bloom again after winter recesses, so here are a couple to consider in Adelaide.