For many people, when they think of the ‘Australian Outback’ the first thing that comes to mind is the red centre of the Northern Territory… but it’s much more than that! Keep reading to get a breakdown of our 1 week itinerary and a review of the activities that we did during our trip.
Glamping Review: In2thewild at Kookaburra Ridge, Wyee NSW
In2thewild are known for their off-grid, eco-friendly and sustainable Tiny homes located within a three hour drive from the bustling cities of Australia. In this review, we stayed at their Kookaburra Ridge, a glamping retreat set-up in the bushlands of Wyee.
Christmas Gift Guide: Best Experience Gifts in Sydney
Since Will and I both live in Sydney, we thought we’d share a Christmas Gift Guide of some of our favourite Sydney experiences. These gifts helped us rediscover our hometown and make memories to last a lifetime (basically the gift that keeps on giving ❤️)
Review: TinyAway Home at Dam It Getaway, Gloucester
If you’re looking for an quiet, secluded and eco-friendly getaway in a Tiny Home then the Dam It Getaway is a perfect countryside escape for two.
Read our review of this dog-friendly tiny home located on 78 acres of farm land with stunning panoramic views.
Photography Tool Review: Lensball by Refractique
During our recent road trip around Perth, we decided to jazz up our travel photography by testing out a Lensball. Read our reviews and recommendations on how to use the Lensball to make some cool effects.
Our Japan Itinerary
This is our 9 day itinerary for Japan in the Summer season in Kyoto, Tokyo and Yamanashi (Mt Fuji area) for first timers.
Glamping Review: Sierra Escape, Dulili Tent in Mudgee
Sierra Escape is an “award winning Luxury Eco Glamping experience” created for those looking to escape the busy city life for the rolling hills of the countryside of NSW.
This January, Will and I had the pleasure of staying at Sierra Escape in their Dulili Tent in the Mudgee Region of NSW for 3 days and 2 nights.
Should you visit the Karen Long Neck Tribe in Thailand?
I was told that the Karen village was in a remote area which came at no surprise to me. I’ve visited tribes in South East Asia before and most of them are hidden within deep forests away from modern civilisation so I was prepared for that… but nothing prepared me to be dropped off at a carpark and to pay an entrance fee of approximately 400 Baht per person.
What to do in Malaysia: Selangor, Melaka & Negeri Sembilan
This blog post is going to cover three areas that I visited in Malaysia in November 2019: Selangor, Malacca and Negeri Sembilan.
Business Class Review: China Southern Airlines
Flight Details This review of the Business Class experience with China Southern Airlines is based on the following flight we took on the 3rd November 2019: Flight: China Southern Airlines CZ301 Path: Guangzhou (CAN) to Sydney (SYD) Plane: A300-330 Duration: 12.25 hours Seat: 3A (Window Seat) Configuration: 2-2-2 Ground Experience Before I get into the…
Hotel Review: Papaya Playa Project, Tulum, Mexico
If you’re looking for somewhere with unique and eco-friendly accomodation along the hippy-chic coastline of Tulum then Papaya Playa Project pretty much has it all. Keep reading for our hotel review on the two rooms that we experienced during our stay at this hotel in July 2019.
Where to stay in Sydney, Australia
Being a Sydney-sider myself, I get asked for recommendations on where to stay in Sydney all the time, but each Sydney location has its own perks and it all comes down to what’s best suited to your travel style and the sights you want to see.