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My Top 10 Favourite Cities

As an island girl who was raised on a farm and rarely visited anywhere larger than Aberdeen as a child, I'm not much of a city person. Things have clearly changed, given that I've lived in two cities in the past year, but still - give me a mountain or island any day, or even… Continue reading My Top 10 Favourite Cities

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Photo Friday: My 50 Favourite Photos From 18 Months Of Travel

Happy Friday, and a very merry Christmas Eve eve! Before we delve into my best of 2016 post, I've been meaning to do this one for a while - a huge photo essay of our 18 month trip around the world! Throughout 2015 and 2016, we spent three months exploring South East Asia followed by… Continue reading Photo Friday: My 50 Favourite Photos From 18 Months Of Travel

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A Year Of Travel: My Highlights

It feels strange to say that we've been travelling for a year. Because, I suppose, we haven't. It's a year since we left the UK, sure, but we've made a little home for ourselves in the sub-tropical city of Brisbane, and while we've been making various trips around Australia, it's not been the full-on travel… Continue reading A Year Of Travel: My Highlights

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Photo Friday: Melbourne Street Art

Melbourne's street art is hardly a secret, but I loved discovering it. First we stumbled across one of the laneways somewhere between Elizabeth Street and Swanston Street. Then we headed to Hosier Lane, one of the most famous streets for its art - and it's easy to see why the second you step into it.… Continue reading Photo Friday: Melbourne Street Art

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Three Days In Melbourne

Despite Melbourne being the second largest city in Australia, the centre (and therefore what you'd be concentrating on in a short visit) is tiny - but make no mistake, it's full of great things to do. I fell in love with Melbourne on our fleeting trip, as many do, and I hope to spend more… Continue reading Three Days In Melbourne