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Sunburn in Sydney and Beaches in Byron

After a night in a 32 bed dorm, we were all pretty keen to get out of the hostel (and away from the mysterious stench). 610 more words

What to expect from this blog

At the moment I am in the process of planning a whirl-wind, backpacking trip around Europe and I know what it’s like to have one million questions and not being able to find answers anywhere! 103 more words


Peking duck, rice paddies, lanterns, pandas, chopsticks and the Golden Firewall - all 100% made in China!!!

On the 25th April we flew into Beijing! Our Chinese friend Moo had very generously arranged for his friend or as he put it “his bro”, Shu to pick us up from the airport. 2,551 more words

Loving Life

Peace in Berlin. 

Berlin,Germany: Brandenburg Gate. Symbol of piece and unity in between east and west Berlin.

Pretty epic when it’s cloudy…


Getting down with the kids (and other family days out!)

Saturday morning was another early start as it was Soccer Saturday – with each of the children having a different football match to play in – unfortunately this took place in two different locations so we loaded up the car again, clutching a lifeline bacon roll and a flask of tea and after dropping Tony and two of the boys off locally, Becs and I drove across to the second match location and set ourselves up in the sidelines. 836 more words


Pelesiran ke Pantai Indrayanti, Harta Karun daerah Gunung Kidul.

Pantai ideal menurut saya adalah pantai yang mempunyai pasir putih, ombak yang bersahabat dan diapit oleh 2 tebing besar (biar macaman di Thailand), Pantai Indrayanti mempunyai itu semua. 408 more words


The last (and longest) leg of the Trans-siberian – 5,192km

I’ll keep this short, because the train ride certainly wasn’t.

Our last leg of the Trans-siberian railway commenced in Irkutsk and we prepared ourselves for four days and four nights on the train. 413 more words