I’m South America and Antarctica Bound!

At the beginning of this year, I decided to put myself to the test and attempt to visit all seven continents in just the one year. At the time of publishing this post, I have successfully visited five out of seven continents. My little feet have touched down on North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and […]

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A Weekend in Marion Bay, South Australia

As much as I love living in the Top End, it does have its downsides – the biggest one being that I don’t get to see my best friends all that often. Sure, I have friends up in Darwin, but it just isn’t the same as being surrounded by the people that you’ve known for […]

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#7continentsin2017

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2017 and to the beginning of an enormous year for TTWS. I have been doing lots of planning and researching in preparation for my next project, one which will last the entirety of this year. #7continentsin2017 Yep, you guessed it! This year I will be setting my feet on each […]

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Sand Dunes, Seals and Some Remarkable Rocks: A Little More Kangaroo Island

After spending a wonderful couple of hours enjoying stunning Seal Bay, it was time to hit the road again and explore a few more of Kangaroo Islands most noteworthy attractions. A pleasant 20 minute drive north-west of Seal Bay broughtΒ me to the incredibly special Little Sahara. Little Sahara is a naturally occurring inland sand dune […]

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Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island

With a name like Kangaroo Island, nobody would blame you for thinking that the place would be an attraction due to its high population of Aussie ‘roos. However, this is not the case. While the island is the home of a truly ridiculous amount of Skippys, there is other wildlife that lives on KI that […]

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Flying to Kangaroo Island

By this point, I think we have established that I am one very lucky little traveller. 2016 has proved to be an amazing year for myself as a midwifeΒ and as a travel blogger. This year I have had some truly amazing experiences and visited some truly amazing places. I mean, I took a man with […]

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Getting Freaky After Dark in Tokyo

When it comes to travelling, more often than not I find myself disliking big cities. Rome, Barcelona, London – such places just don’t seem to suit me. However, there are exceptions to every rule, and Tokyo is one such exception. I don’t know why Tokyo is such a special city. Maybe it is the unbelievable […]

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Only in Japan: Hedgehog Cafe

Japan is well known for having a pretty big obsession with any and all animals that are even remotely cute. In Tokyo, Cat Cafes and Rabbit Cafes have become incredibly popular spots for locals and tourists alike. These cafes offer people the chance to interact with beautiful animals in a cute little cafe setting. However, […]

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Mt Fuji Missing in Action at Lake Kawaguchiko

If you were to ask a bunch of random people to tell you what the first thing they think of upon hearing the word ‘Japan’, there would surely be a good sized bunch who say Mount Fuji. Mount Fuji is not only the highest peak in all of Japan (3776 metres) but it is also […]

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A Temple Under Reconstruction and My First Encounter With Deer

When visiting Hiroshima, a lot of the cities main attractions are not on the mainland, but instead, are located on several nearby islands that can be reached by different ferries. Okunoshima is one (click here if you want to see all the cute fluffy bunnies you could ever desire) and Itsukushima is another. Itsukushima has […]

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