For my birthday I had booked a short trip up to Airlie Beach, Queensland and planned on spending one day of my trip snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef.
I have always been fascinated by the GBR and so I booked a full day cruise with a snorkel excursion departing from the Port of Airlie. I couldn’t have been more excited to explore the famous and imposing reefs!
In this post, I will show you what it was like, which fishes and other wildlife I encountered on this once in a lifetime adventure.
Sydney is incredibly blessed with some of the most famous and beautiful beaches in the world – all that sand, sparkling blue ocean and a water temperature that never dips below mild. It’s entirely understandable why spending the day at the beach is a favorite pastime of Sydneysiders. Whether it is summer or winter, you can always find a handful of people on any beach at any location throughout the city.
Sydney is blessed with well over 100 beaches in the city, ranging in size from a few meters to several kilometers, located along the city’s Pacific Ocean coastline and its harbors, bays, and rivers.
Underneath I will show you 7 of my favorite and most pretty beaches that are in Sydney. From the uber-popular Bondi, Manly, and Palm Beach to the small and oh so pretty Gordons bay or Balmoral Beach.
New York city is one of those destinations that is on most people’s bucket list. The city, home to over 8.5 million people, contains so much to see and do, that you will need a couple of visits and even then you will barely scratch the surface.
This city is home to thousands of restaurants, hundreds of incredible museums, attractions, Broadway shows, and cool quirky things to do.
As a first time traveler, how do you visit a city as fast as this? What are the best things to see and do here? How do you make the most of your time here? I have therefore made this post that includes where to eat, where to stay, what to see and when to go. We have tried to make it as all comprising as possible and ended up with a post with more than 3000 words. So, I hope you will enjoy this guide and leave a quick comment underneath if you found it helpful or when you are going to use it for your trip to New York.
Do you want to experience views upon views upon, world-class views of the iconic Sydney harbour? but not really looking to chop off an arm or leg just to be able to afford it? Well, have I got your back! Although we would all love to spend a good $250, $300 or even $400 on climbing the Harbour Bridge and getting those incredible sunsets, sunrises, cheesy smiley pictures with the ever so famous harbour behind us…… wait oh um WE CAN! Woohooo but for a fraction of the price and minus the hideous blue suits lol! yaaaay no limb chopping today haha!
The Sydney Pylon lookout is massively overlooked and comes with 360-degree views of the whole of Sydney Harbor! say what! that’s right……