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Texas School Book Depository, Dallas, Texas


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Texas USA

Kennedy Slain on Dallas Street

By on April 12, 2017

Looking down from the six floor window the roadway curves away and slightly downhill cutting through the middle a small grass covered park in the west end district of downtown Dallas.

Taking advantage of a gap in the traffic a tourist runs out and…


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Snapshots Texas USA

Waco’s Enduring Bridge Warrior

By on March 24, 2017

Too often old structures are torn down the moment they are no longer used for their original purpose. Unused and unloved they soon spiral into disrepair, graffiti and vagrants hasten their demise strengthening the voices of those that considered them an eyesore and advocate…

The Neon Museum, Vegas


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Snapshots USA Vegas

The Neon Museum Lighting Up The Strip In Vegas

By on November 1, 2016

The once famous sign boneyard Las Vegas has now been corporatised and is now the Neon Museum, offering hour long tours daily. Our guide was very knowledgeable and shared a lot of the sign’s stories and tales of the Vegas strip…

World, Wisdom, Montana


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Montana Snapshots USA

I Am In Love With This World…

By on November 1, 2016

“I am in love with this world… I have tilled its soil, I have gathered its harvest, I have waited upon its seasons, and always have I reaped what I have sown. I have climbed its mountains, roamed its forests, sailed its waters, crossed…

Yosemite National Park California


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California USA

Yosemite National Park, A Wonderland of WOWs

By on November 1, 2016

Hitting the road early we aimed to get to Yosemite National Park in the day, which we did easily. At just 200 miles or 320kms from San Francisco, depending on your exact destination. Having made good time we decided to head straight into the park and get our bearings….

Maui Haleakala National Park


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Hawaii USA

Sunset above the Clouds on a Volcano – Haleakala

By on October 29, 2016

Haleakalā (translates to “house of the sun”) rises up almost disproportionally to the size of the island in general. Its peak of 10,000 feet above sea level is typically obscured by dark storm clouds which seem to be set like a perpetual angry crown set atop the volcano. Still…

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…

Sunset on Bandon Beach, Oregon Coast, USA


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Wild & Wonderful Oregon Coast

By on October 19, 2016

 

You can walk for miles on the beaches of the Oregon Coast and enjoy the best sunsets in the world. We were there in the Fall (Autumn) when the temps are a little cooler and not so many tourists.

Bandon is well known for its…

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.