January 16, 2017.Reading time 9 minutes.
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 […]
December 22, 2016.Reading time 11 minutes.
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 brought me to the incredibly special Little Sahara. Little Sahara is a naturally occurring inland sand dune […]
December 19, 2016.Reading time 9 minutes.
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 […]
December 17, 2016.Reading time 8 minutes.
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 midwife 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 […]
February 17, 2016.Reading time 9 minutes.
Back in mid November in 2015 I had the opportunity to go along to one of several ‘instameets’ hosted by Qantas to celebrate their #feelslikehome campaign. The Adelaide leg of this week long journey around Australia was to explore what South Australia is famous for – wineries! Last week I showed you a few vineyards […]