Travel does not have to be expensive. Many people on budgets are travelling more today than ever before. Ever wonder how they can do it? There are a few simple strategies you can adopt into your weekly budget so you can have that holiday you’ve dreamed about. Continue reading “How to travel on the cheap”
With 18 wine regions, and counting, South Australia is truly the place to be for wine lovers. Most people who come here know the top three regions: Barossa, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale. However, go farther afield and you will discover not only new favourites, but some amazing scenery as well. Continue reading “Adelaide: The Wine Capital of Australia”
Forget Melbourne and Sydney; if you want culture, Darwin is actually the most culturally diverse city in Australia.
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Instead of the Easter bunny, this year I went in search of an Easter Quokka. Okay, there is no such thing as an Easter Quokka, but there are Quokkas roaming free and wild on Rottnest Island off the coast of Western Australia.
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If you have a few solo travel experiences to other destinations under your belt, you can navigate the complexities and craziness of Japan. Of all the countries I have visited, Japan would have to be the only place where it would not be recommended for someone who was travelling solo for the first time. Continue reading “Three Survival Tips for Japan”
Dating back more than 900 years, tea ceremonies in Japan were a way of welcoming guests . Participating in one yourself is a must if you visit Japan. Which is what I did today on my first day in Osaka.
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It’s that time of year again, when Adelaide comes alive with a multitude of festivals. While locals know it has Mad March, the festivals actually start in February. With warm weather, clear skies and a host of activities; there is something to suit all tastes in Adelaide – the festival state. Continue reading “Summer Festivals of Adelaide”