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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The Oldest Pub in Sydney

Earlier this week, we went on a hunt to find the oldest pub in Sydney. The answer is not as straight forward as you think, and a few pubs in the city claim similar titles. Google says the oldest pub is the 'Fortune of War' on The Rocks. But when you search on Apple Maps,... Continue Reading →

6 Tips to Surviving 30+ Hours of Travel

It is impossible to travel from one side of the world to another in a single trip and you may find yourself with multiple layovers to your final destination. While you can save money by booking a lengthier journey, be prepared for some exhaustion, frustration and hunger. Personal Opinion: Really cheap flights, and really cheap bus... Continue Reading →

YYZ – YVR – HNL – SYD

In April, our Working Holiday Visas were accepted, and we booked a really cheap flight from Toronto to Sydney with two layovers: Vancouver for 2 hours, and Honolulu for 9 hours. Australia was our very first topic of conversation when we met in 2013, and the plan to come here together on the WH visa... Continue Reading →

A Local’s Guide To: Niagara Falls

No matter how many times I visit, I am always blown away by the power and beauty of Niagara Falls. While it may not be considered one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the world, I firmly believe that no other waterfall compares. Niagara Falls is the collective name for three waterfalls found between the... Continue Reading →

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