Maui Bamboo Forrest


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Hawaii USA

Rainforest And Waterfalls – The Pipiwai Trail

By on October 29, 2016

Pipiwai Trail in the Haleakala National Park and is about 12 miles past the small town of Hana. This 4 mile or 6.5 klm (round trip) walking trail winds its way up through several very distinct landscapes. It includes several spectacular waterfalls and bridge crossings. The trail gains approximately 900…

Balingup Heights Midlife Nomads


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Hawaii USA

Maui’s Monster Trucks And Fighting Cocks

By on October 28, 2016

We left Sydney in the late evening on a 12 hour flight that arrived in Honolulu, Hawaii on the morning of the day we left? Having previously never crossed the International Date Line this was a unique experience for our poor travel weary brains to comprehend. After short domestic flight we…

London Tower Bridge


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England United Kingdom

Our Lovely Jubbly London Favourites

By on October 27, 2016

We spent 2 months in London exploring, catching up with family and friends, living like normal people in one spot and playing “house” which we hadn’t done for being on the road for over 7 months.
Our daughter had been living there, so we played tourist and visited all the…

Trinidad, Cuba


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Cuba Trinidad

Step back in time to Trinidad, Cuba

By on October 26, 2016

Once a thriving Port and sugar town, Trinidad in Cuba is now simply a city of remnants. In the 1800’s the French and Spanish shipped thousands of African slaves, to work in the sugarcane fields. Today it is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.
As you walk…

Raven at the Tower of London


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England United Kingdom

My Kingdom For Six Ravens?

By on October 25, 2016

Tradition states that if the Ravens ever leave the Tower of London the kingdom and the tower will fall.
The tradition was born from a tale in the mythical Celtic Mabinogion texts of a Welsh giant Bran the Blessed. Bran went to battle against…

My Son Temple


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Hoi An Vietnam

Our Vietnamese Adventure To My Son On Motorbike

By on October 24, 2016

The alarm went off at 4.15am and I hauled my still travel weary body out of bed. What the hell am I doing? I asked myself as I splashed some water on my face. I am too old for this sh#t, was stuck on repeat in my sleep deprived…

The Liberty Clipper


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The Bahamas

Sailing away on a Windjammer in The Bahamas

By on October 24, 2016

Sometimes things happen for a reason.
On arrival in Nassau we were undecided about what we were going to do in The Bahamas, this is how we roll with spur of the moment decisions. After spending some time online researching Eleuthera and Cat Islands, nothing really sat well with what…

Venice Provenance and Patina Italy


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Italy Venice

Venice, age and decay or provenance and patina?

By on October 20, 2016

You need to look beyond the new glass and aluminium commercial shopfronts on the bustling main tourist routes.

You need to get lost down the labyrinths of residential lane…

Guadalajara Mexico


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Jalisco Mexico

Guadalajara Mexico’s Bustling City Of History And Architecture

By on January 24, 2016

What a pleasant surprise Guadalajara, Mexico was!  Being the second largest city in Mexico with about a 1.5 million inhabitants, our expectations were low and we made a point of staying in the Centro Historico which proved to be the right decision for us.  We loved being able to…

Steve & Sharon
Perth, Australia

We are an Aussie couple on a midlife walkabout, exploring the world at our own pace. Over the years we have become unashamed addicts, in search of that next travel fix. We invite you to share our adventures and look forward to hearing about yours.

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