Preparing for a trip to London? Then you have come to the right post. I will show you what you must see, where you must stay and, most importantly, where you must eat and drink on a holiday in London.
A few weeks back I asked my Twitter followers which city I should do my next post. With an overwhelming majority, they choose London.
I have only been to London once myself, so I have asked one friend to assist me with compiling information for this guide. She has been several times (She has been trying to count how many times, but let’s say 10+) and absolutely is in love with this city. She has been to all the hot spots and knows some lovely secret spots as well and know how to prepare for the trip.
This post is filled with handy information, including all the basics, you will know exactly what to see, where to go but also how to get around in the city and where to stay.
Melbourne is known for its coffee drinking culture, its amazing arts, sports events and its great shopping opportunities. If you want to do at a true Melbournian city trip, then you must visit the iconic laneways, covered in colorful gravity, sip coffee at hidden coffee shops and spend evenings in art galleries(dreamy).
The city is sophisticated, gritty and known for its 4 seasons in 1 day (be aware) and is a definite must-see when you are in Australia.
In this blog post, I will show you what to see and do in a One-day itinerary to Melbourne. View Post
Rottnest Island, just off the coast of Perth, Western Australia, is one of the most amazing islands I have ever been too in my life! With it’s raw and rough beauty and home to unique animals that only live on this island, a one day trip is an absolute must when visiting Western Australia.
The island has been one of the most popular ‘holiday at home’ destinations for Western Australians. With its many charms and attractions, this island attracts a whole variety of people and therefore it is immensely popular. Whether you stay for one day or five, Rottnest will enchant, inspire and recharge your batteries for weeks to come.
In the post, I will show you where to go, what to see and how to make sure you can get the elusive selfie with the world’s happiest animal when you are travelling to this island for one day!
This past weekend I wandered over to Luna Park at Milsons Point, Sydney. The park is an amusement attraction and was established in 1935, amazingly it still contains traditional midway games and rides while of course still offering your 21st-century amusements as well.
The older charm that this park offers, the more the modern generation can catch a glimpse of the past. View Post
The Vivid light’s festival has kicked off once again in all its glory in Sydney, Australia. For the next three weeks, Vivid will dazzle and amaze over 1.7 million visitors who will flock to one of the world’s most beautiful harbour city.
Each year the light spectacle gets bigger and better and of course this year, well, that is also the case. The theme of this year’s festival is Light, Music, and Ideas. The majority of the installations can be seen in Circular Quay and its surroundings.
In this blog post, I have set up a walking route that you can take so you will see the majority of the light festival from spectacular vantage points… not a problem 😉