Moseying About Melbourne.

“Maybe we could live here” Niall said as we strolled along Malvern’s high street before turning onto a gorgeous tree lined street. It helped that the sun was shining and the house we were staying in resembled the sort of beautifully styled home you’d find in a design magazine. Fast forward 24 hours.. it’s cold,…

Roadtrippin’ Tropical North Queensland

We loved our time in Tropical North Queensland and could have easily spent longer than two weeks exploring the region. Although we are only a four hour flight away, this part of Australia feels a world away from home. This was our first holiday outside of Western Australia with bub in tow.

A Singapore Babymoon

When I first heard of the term ‘babymoon’ I made a mental note for the future- in bright red, bolded, and underlined. Any excuse for a holiday right? Fast forward a few years and we’re announcing the exciting news that we’re expecting to our friends and family. After the standard congratulations, we were often met with…

Cantik Flores; Part Two

From Labuan Bajo we flew into Ende, gripping the armrests as we landed in rather wet and windy conditions. Later on we were informed that Ende is the worst airport in Flores, and on a separate occassion when we told a local that we’d flown with Wings he merely laughed, shaking his head in his…

Cantik Flores; Part One

It took a lot effort to write this post. No, not because Flores is boring but rather I’ve worked myself into a deep state of relaxation after some serious time spent in hammocks. But here we go.. After spending a night in Bali we arrived in Labuan Bajo on the west coast of Flores. As…

Getting our fix in Canggu

Let’s be honest, Niall and I have never been big hobby people. On Friday night we read an article about being in a permanent state of wanderlust. It was then we realised that travel is indeed our hobby of choice. As Michael Palin once said, there’s no known antidote for the travel bug, and like…

Trekking to Poon Hill- take 2

After a disastrous Holi Day two years ago which saw me unable to trek and somewhat ruined Niall’s proposal plans, I was extremely careful in Nepal this time round.  That meant no flip flops or sandals, only trekking shoes! Well I’m happy to report that it paid off. The five day trek through the Annapurna…