Happy Straya Day Mayyyyte *Australian accent*! Yes, it’s the most celebrated day of the year in Australia today and being a permanent resident who has lived in this marvelous country for almost five years, I thought I would write a blog post on the real life, first world struggles I face on a daily basis … Continue reading The daily struggles of a Geordie living in Australia
In true Moses style, I am four days late in posting my annual Australian anniversary picture post. Another year has flown by and a lot has happened, including officially becoming a permanent resident (oi oi)! Here's my year in pictures - and I still recommend that everyone do this as it's a very very lovely … Continue reading Four years.
Bob was the highlight of my social media for a couple of weeks back in May. Crowned the ultimate hero by my friends and followers (or rock star *American accent*, according to Bob), he came to our rescue not just once but twice during a road trip down to the Red Centre. From a complete … Continue reading Super Bob
I landed in Australia 3 years ago today!! I'll not go into how much "eeee I can't believe it!!"...because I can't. And that's all we seem to talk about these days - how quickly time flies (it seriously does though). So, as I did for my one and two year Down Under anniversaries, I'm going … Continue reading THREE WHOLE YEARS!
Kayaking through Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk National Park) in the Northern Territory has been on my bucket list pretty much since I moved here. I wanted to explore them for myself after having seen umpteen amazing Instagram photos of the place. They really are as beautiful as they look on the pics - if not better! … Continue reading Kayaking Katherine Gorge, NT
After a weekend away camping, I’m left with the same severe camping confusion that I’m left with after every trip. Do I even enjoy camping? Lessons are never learned from the time before but we do it anyway, and look forward to it too! I love camping. But I hate camping. 1. You’re excited about … Continue reading 23 reasons why we love camping. But hate camping.
The perks of living in Darwin - Bali is on your doorstep (well, in Australian distance terms). A swift 2 hour flight and you're there and for a bargain price of $150 return!! I'm very good at catching flight sales... Myself and a few girls took off for the long weekend and what a weekend … Continue reading Mount Batur… A Bali Must-do!