Tales, adventures and photography from around the world.
record store day

The 3rd Saturday in April of each year is International Record Store Day.  I was in Perth for the weekend for a friend’s wedding, and had some time to kill before it kicked off so went into the CBD to have a wander around, and check out some record stores with

Mornington Peninsula, just south of Melbourne, is a very popular spot for Melburnians looking for a weekend break from the city.  There is lots to do, from eco tourism at the many national parks, golf at the numerous courses, water sports, hot springs, beaches, breweries and wineries. On Easter Sunday,

Now that you’ve made the decision to travel, and have your plan, what’s next? Some of the things I say here might sound obvious, but they are all essential. Firstly, make sure your passport is up-to-date. By this, I don’t just mean a passport that has not yet expired, but

Split is a town that I thoroughly enjoyed visiting.  I never had any real great desire to visit Croatia, however my fiancée’s grandmother is from Split and it’s one of her favourite cities.  I’m always up for a new adventure, even to somewhere I’ve never given much attention to visiting, so off we

Deciding that you want to travel is easy, and most of us get to that point relatively quickly!  The difficulty comes in determining what exactly to do next.  Over the coming weeks, I will be posting a series of travel tips aimed at helping you when planning a big trip.

Throughout my travels, one thing that I have noticed is the number of people who choose to eat at sub-par establishments.  All over the world, there are countless cafes and restaurants located in prime tourist areas.  While you can, indeed, find some gems in these areas, more often than not

Morocco is by far the most “different” country that I have been to compared to what I am used to. I went during Ramadan, which as a non-Muslim was a very interesting experience. The locals would not be doing much during the days, they you would see everyone come out