Outside of my regular day job, my passion is travelling, planning holidays, talking about trips and helping my friends have the best holiday.
I look for value in terms of time and money. I want to make the most of my annual leave and get the most out of every dollar. I believe in travelling the world for meaningful experiences. Finding quality over quantity. Collecting memories not material possessions.
I grew up pouring over atlases and spinning model globes.
I read and dreamt about travelling the world and spent my spare time learning languages.
Now as I work full time, I am enjoying a combination of weekends away in Australia and New Zealand with a few overseas trips each year.
Once I was old enough to start exploring the world independently, I spent time in New Caledonia, China, France and Thailand. I then moved on to more stereotypical “travel” in South-East Asia, Europe, the US.
Of all the things I am not very good at, living in the real world is perhaps the most outstanding – Bill Bryson
From Bridgewater Bay to Heronswood, the Peninsula is full of stunning little spots that make you feel like you're on the French Riviera or Portuguese Algarve.
Walk around the Blue Lake Any time of the day is great but the mornings are the best, it's bright and blue from November to Late March (when this photo was taken) 2. Visit the Umpherston Sinkhole This incredible garden has to be seen to be believed, sunset is a...
The Peninsula is full of amazing walks, including longer walks such as the Coastal Walk, the Two Bays and the Bay Trail. Luckily there are also some awesome short walks for when you want a quick fix taking around 45 - 90 mins depending on your speed and propensity to...
As we enter month seven of an extreme lockdown in Melbourne, I’m struggling to find the motivation to post up some travel stories. You’d think this would be a great time for me to convert the last 10 years or so of travel notes, diaries and accumulated knowledge into...