Stunning Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi

Stunning Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi

The annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition is on again This is one of my favourite times of the year, as spring is turning into summer and the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk hosts over one hundred stunning sculptures. With a backdrop of beautiful beaches, and ocean all the way to the horizon, it’s no [...]

#CTC13 Capture The Colour 2013

#CTC13 Capture The Colour 2013

Five colours, five photos, that can’t be too difficult can it? Thanks to the talented Lani Cox, who kindly nominated me to participate in this devilish competition devised by Travel Supermarket, I’ve now discovered just how hard it is. The aim of this cool competition is to go through your travel photographs, (which most of us have far [...]

4 good reasons to go to Kep, Cambodia

4 good reasons to go to Kep, Cambodia

The perfect recipe for a joint birthday party with your best friend – travel with a group of friends and family to Kep, on the south coast of Cambodia. Which is exactly what my BFF Helen and I did recently. Why did we pick Kep? I’ve been there before and liked it a lot, it’s [...]

Relaxing on Rabbit Island, Cambodia

Relaxing on Rabbit Island, Cambodia

Cambodia does not have to be only about the heat (and hectic exploring of all those glorious temples) of Siem Reap, or the chaos and nightlife of Phnom Penh. When it’s time for a bit of back-to-basics relaxation, Rabbit Island is the place to go. Known locally as Koh Tonsay, Rabbit Island is offshore from [...]

Kangaroos and Vineyards

Kangaroos and Vineyards

Kangaroos and Vineyards in Hunter Valley, Australia Being a Sydney urbanite, I rarely see kangaroos in Australia, so I still get very excited every time that I do. Sometimes we may give the impression that in Australia there will be kangaroos bounding down major streets in the CBD and dodging street-side cafe tables in trendy [...]

Sculpture Garden in the Hunter Valley

Sculpture Garden in the Hunter Valley

Sculpture garden and wine-tasting in the Hunter Valley It’s a no-brainer to visit a vineyard cellar door for some wine tasting. It becomes much more unique when it is surrounded by a sculpture garden, and also has a art gallery in its wine tasting area. Mistletoe Winery on Hermitage Rd is all of that, and [...]

Eat Drink Hunter Valley

Eat Drink Hunter Valley

Top six tips for eating and drinking well in the Hunter Valley. Mmmm, wine and food. Always gets my attention. The Hunter Valley is about a two and a half hour drive from Sydney and is a well known vineyard area, although historically not one of my favourite ones (I’m not a fan of the [...]

City2Surf in Sydney, not just for runners

City2Surf in Sydney, not just for runners

London marathon, New York marathon, Sydney’s City2Surf, fun runs in just about every major city in the world – these are iconic events which tens of thousands of people compete in every year, and which I have never, ever, aspired to do. Until this year! I’m not a runner, and I don’t enjoy running – [...]

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