Travel

Slowing down to travel
Travel · 05. October 2021
Any type of travel or holiday costs us in time and money. Some experiences can take you a lot further than others. As a self described ‘travel junkie’ who has travelled abroad many times, I’m the first to confess that my itchy feet takes me off to many places, yet slowing down to travel has been one of my favourite ways to enjoy time away with the family in recent years.
Travel · 11. November 2020
St Brigid’s round tower in Kildare is not only climbable, but it is also the second tallest one ever built, measuring 33 metres (108 feet) tall. It was originally constructed in the 6th century, with a renovation occurring in the 12th century, it is made out of Wicklow granite.

Travel · 23. September 2019
The other end of the Yarra River, 70kms or so in the hills at Warburton couldn’t be more peaceful and contrasting. The quiet lush and green valley town is surrounded by forest encrusted mountains, which fills it with the freshest (...)
Travel · 26. February 2019
The green blue tropical-like waters lap at the jetty’s edges, shallow on one side, and the deep channel on the other side, a large tide sweeps in and out underneath, bringing in various fish and wildlife. While walking on a clear day, the distinctive shape of Snake Island stands out in the distance, in front of Wilsons Promontory, with it's monstrous prehistoric aura (...)

Travel · 06. November 2018
This little museum, that sits comfortably inside a iconic Georgian house in Dublin 2, is home to the quirky, sometimes forgotten, and a a tad absurd history of this amazing city. From personalities, to one-off artefacts that you can actually touch and feel to a room celebrating Dublin's most legendary and riddled band U2. The museum is really dedicated the characters that made Dublin the amazing city that it is today.
Travel · 14. August 2018
Icy and filled with minerals, this water is amazing to plunge into on a 40 degree (celsius) day, but I imagine probably not so much on a cooler one!

Travel · 07. August 2018
The Victoria Hotel in the small town of Alberton, next to Port Albert, is one of these buildings. The small town was once bustling, with many people arriving from all over the world to berth at Port Albert on their travels to the goldfields. Many early pioneers
Travel · 16. July 2018
As well as penguins and seals, Phillip Island is home to tropical mangroves, and to special birds that migrate from as far as Alaska to spend time there.

Travel · 06. July 2018
The middle of winter here in Victoria marks the arrival of Humpback Whales, Southern Right Whales and Orcas to our easterly coastlines, as they migrate up to Queensland's warmer waters in Australia.
Travel · 03. June 2018
Where once a coastal town nicknamed " little piece of Cornwall" thrived and exported burnt lime to build houses in Melbourne, now lies a charming little cove with clear blue waters. Walkerville South is a little crescent shaped piece of coast line that (...)

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