Category: Australia

On Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge

One of the most awesome things I did in Sydney was to take part in the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. Never in my life have I done something so unique and thrilling. It was the experience of a lifetime.


Mid North Coast Marvels

I’m pleased to announce another guest post on this blog, this time by Alexandra Campey, an adventurer and travel blogger who is here today to give us some great tips about the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Check her out on Instagram @alexcampey

On Australia’s Dangerous Animals

It’s no secret that Australia has somewhat of a reputation for being home to the world’s most deadly creatures, and for good reason. There’s the box jellyfish, the irukandji jellyfish, the bull shark, the eastern brown snake, the saltwater crocodile, the Sydney funnel web spider, the blue-ringed octopus, the coastal taipan, the death adder (a snake), the cone snail, and many more. Any one of those creatures I just listed could inflict severe pain and injury on their victim, and in many cases, death.

On Driving on the Right Side of the Road

Prior to our trip to Australia last year, neither my husband nor myself had driven on the opposite side of the road. Sure, we had been to the United Kingdom and Ireland in the past, but those trips had been conducted using entirely public transportation, thus allowing us to go about our business without worrying about such bothersome things as driving.

One Week in Tropical North Queensland: A Travel Guide

I was fortunate enough to be able to spend a week of my life in one of the most lovely destinations in the world: Far North Queensland, Australia. From the moment my plane touched down in Cairns, I was transported into an absolutely stunning world of tropical wonders, one-of-a-kind experiences, and amazing food. If you haven’t been there already, this stunning destination should definitely be on your bucket list.