I once wrote my 10 reason why I hated living in Australia, so I thought it only fair to celebrate Australia Day with 10 reasons I love living in Australia.
2015 sees me go in an entirely new direction; temporarily hanging up the ol’ teaching boots and instead returning to school as a student. Read on to find out more.
After growing up 15km from Guyra, I thought it was finally time to visit their famous Lamb and Potato Festival.
The 2015 edition of Countries I Want to Visit features countries from Asia, North America, Europe, Africa, and South America as well as a surprise winner.
I weigh in with another five fantastic Australian camping spots to add to your travel itinerary. From the beach to the snowfields.
Australian fine cuisine doesn’t end at the city limits. Country Australia is offering up some fascinating tastes and I’m your guinea pig to try them.
You don’t need a gun to hunt the Big Five in Tanzania. I track down and photograph the elusive five while on safari with Shadows of Africa.
An Outback road trip is a must on any visit to Australia, and NSW’s accessible Outback boasts a wealth of fascinating stops to make it worth your while.
How did you do with your 2014 resolutions? What does 2015 have in store? I look back on 2014 and ahead to 2015 in my annual column.
Looking Back on 2014 The end of another year approaches and it’s time to look back with fondness (and a little regret, I must admit) on the year that has just gone by. It was a year of surprise successes (such as my invitation to go on safari in Tanzania) and disappointing failures (such as […]