The questions we needed answers for when planning our first European Trip
Heading to the Outback I grew up listening to the works of Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson. Stories telling of the life and hardships of settlers in outback New South Wales. Stories of swagmen and billabongs. A land that literally rode on the sheep’s back at the height of the wool industry. Grandad told tales
Here in Australia we do speak “The Queen’s English”. However over time, we have also developed our own unique dialect which can be both amusing and frustrating to visitors.
From the depths of submarine transport to the orbits of outer space exploration, we found it all at the Swiss Transport Museum.in Lucerne.
Australian author Harriet McKnight’s debut novel “Rain Birds” relates two intertwining tales of very different types of grief and loss experienced within families.
A morning exploring Mount Semnoz walking trails gave us spectacular views over Annecy
With a little planning you can have a great holiday with the furkids. Here’s what we take on our doggy expeditions.
Our trip to France wasn’t just about chateaux, history and villages. France has many natural attractions which we discovered during our road trip, including our walk along the Gorges du Fier.
Flea markets, karaoke and food in Mauerpark Berlin on Sunday.
Visiting the Berlin Wall memorials, including the East side gallery
From rooftop bars to an abandoned spystation, hidden gems of Berlin only the locals know about,