After living in Australia for a year, I am happy to say that I have traveled every state and territory of this amazing country. In this blog post, I will share some of my best photos, travel tips, and insights. Are you ready to take a tour?
Standing tall at a height of 300 meters, the Eureka Tower is home to approximately 1,500 Melburnians across 92 floors of purely residential apartments (yes, really!), and an absolute recommendation for everyone visiting this beautiful metropolitan city. Except maybe for people with a fear of heights…
It’s no secret that Melbourne is crazy about coffee. Nothing is taken more seriously in this city than how you take your “cuppa”. But it’s not just about getting your kickstart in the morning, or your cup of solace in the afternoon to get you through the day. Down here, Coffee = ART.
When it comes to wildlife, Australia is a fascinating place. The country is full of bugs, fish, rodents, invertebrates, and other critters that can kill a human being in an instant. Ironically, Australia is also home to some of the cutest creatures you will ever lay your eyes on!
Australian summer holidays are the high season in Tasmania, causing prices for transportation and accommodation to go up dramatically. Granted, you’ll be rewarded with the coolest climate in the country, but you’ll have to pay the price. No worries! This post brings you the solution.
There is too much to talk about when it comes to Tasmania. In fact, everywhere we went, locals were quick to tell us that a week was way too short. At first, we thought they were joking or it was their pride talking. After 8 days of exploring this fascinating island, we know better.
Keeping a travel blog puts me in a tricky predicament. You see, I might travel too much. I never seem to find time to write! Boo-hoo, right? I know… My luxury problem, not yours. So while I am working on an awe-inspiring post about Tasmania, you just sit back and stare at pretty pictures from my recent […]
Australia is home to some of the most amazing exotic bird species. Colourful and loud, black and bold, tiny and shy. All of them equally fascinating. Before you picture me in all beige ‘armed’ with binoculars and a telescopic lens on my professional SLR camera, I haven’t quite reached THAT level of bird-spotting fanaticism. Yet.
My father, like many other parents I suppose, has always taught me not to watch “nonsense” programs on TV. Personally, he is a huge fan of channels such as Discovery and National Geographic. What started off as an act to please him, soon became an addiction to programs like “Auction Hunters” and “Whale Wars” [on Animal […]
Once upon a time, there was a girl who went walking in Wonderland. Together with 4 friends, they wandered off into the mountains of Victoria. My dear readers, join me on this real-life fairy tale to Wonderland. An incredibly beautiful hiking area in Gariwerd, the aboriginal name for a gorgeous display of nature known as […]