The 4 images here are from 4 different parts of Tasmania and they just go to show the diversity in the landscape you’ll encounter while traveling around the island.
Only a couple of hours away from Sydney by train, The Blue Mountains is a great getaway from the city. Iconic views, rich history and some excellent bush walks for all levels make for a great (long) weekend trip. Getting to the Blue Mountains couldn't be easier since the town of Katoomba is served by... Continue Reading →
When talking to people who have visited Sydney on holiday, most people mention they went to Bondi or Manly Beach to enjoy the sun, the beach and the relaxed atmosphere just outside the city. To us however both of those places are most of the time quite far from the "dream". Crowded, noisy and unauthentic... Continue Reading →
About 45 minutes away but miles apart. Nusa Penida couldn’t be much more different to the chaotic environment of South Bali and especially the surroundings of Denpasar. To best describe Nusa Penida, look for words like tranquil, sleepy, authentic and relaxing.
After spending a month in Sri Lanka, we had a really specific plan about doing our PADI Dive Master course on a small Island called Bunaken in the North Sulawesi region of Indonesia.
Endless beaches, the beautiful Indian Ocean, great surfing, amazingly kind and hospitable people and some of the best seafood anywhere in Sri Lanka. No wonder the Southern Coast has been a traveler favorite for decades. You can wake up with a view of a new beach every other day if you want or if you... Continue Reading →
The Sri Lankan Hill Country is one of the most scenic places we have ever visited. The diversity of the landscape here is amazing as you might be in the middle of a jungle one minute and on grass plains the next. Here you will also find some of the most spectacular train rides through... Continue Reading →