7 Beaches In New South Wales You Wish You Knew About Sooner

The white-sand crescent of Bondi may be Australia's most iconic beach. It's popular amongst tourists and locals alike for its reliable waves, good food and upbeat atmosphere. Having already visited Bondi during out first week in Sydney, we thought it couldn't get any better... But I'm happy to say we were wrong! Australia has a... Continue Reading →

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Byron Bay On A Budget

Byron Bay is one of my favourite places in the world. I've been twice (2013 and 2018), only for a few days at a time, but it's one of those places I could easily settle down. If you haven't heard of it before, Byron Bay is a small coastal town, approximately half way up the... Continue Reading →

The Country That Time Forgot

At the time of our visit to Cuba (October 2014), the US embargo was still in full effect. A year before our trip, all government-imposed travel restrictions for Cubans were abolished, meaning Cubans were actually allowed to leave their country. There were still restrictions for Americans entering Cuba, and until August 2016 no commercial flights... Continue Reading →

The Badlands.

When I last came to Canada in Autumn 2014, the Cheltenham Badlands were open to the public, with no entrance fee. You just parked your car up on the side of the road and walked down.¬†Unfortunately, the Badlands¬†are closed to visitors while they undergo a major development project, and are expected to re-open in Spring... Continue Reading →

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