Adventure

  • The Cinque Terre Trail June 26, 2016 The Cinque Terre Trail and the other hiking trails here are a huge drawcard for many visitors who aren’t hard to spot. These visitors, unlike me, are equipped with their sturdy walking boots and walking poles, you know these folk are serious about the trail. I certainly felt a little under prepared to take on the ...
  • To Bungy or Not to Bungy? March 13, 2016 Okay, I get it. Heights are not everyone’s ‘thing’. And voluntarily strapping your feet and jumping off a perfectly good bridge or even throwing up your hand to be transported in a basket to a hut suspended high above a valley and jumping from there, just seems crazy! But bungy jumping seems to be on ...
  • My Palawan Adventure December 16, 2015 Often referred to as “the last frontier”, Palawans’ raw, unspoilt beauty and natural scapes are not to be missed. Hear more about some of the adventures to be had here…
  • Skiing in Japan: Hakuba and Shiga Kogen December 3, 2015 Ever wanted to head to Japan to experience some of the finest powdery white stuff in the world? Japan has some of the best snow and you can hear about it more here…
  • Rottnest Island: What in the Quokka!? November 25, 2015 The “Quokka Selfie” has gone viral on social media and has become a bit of a must when visiting Perth. Loads of people visiting the west coast of Australia, make their way over to Rottnest “Rotto” Island to visit these cute, friendly little creatures. The Quokka is a marsupial about the size of a cat and ...
  • Carving Up A White Christmas in Zermatt November 21, 2015 Having grown up in Australia where our Christmas’ are spent around BBQs, turning sausages, peeling prawns, cracking a couple of beers and either running through the sprinkler or cannon-balling into the pool to escape the heat, it had always been a dream of mine to experience a cold, white Christmas… just like in the movies. The ...
  • Palawan… A Visual Feast November 17, 2015 Warm and inviting turquoise coloured waters that make you want to dive right in, surrounded by striking limestone rock faces bring an untamed character to Palawan. The Philippines is made up of over 7,000 islands with Palawan being one of the biggest, it still has its wild side having not been overrun by hotels and overly westernised. Often ...

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