Australia

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SWING A HAMMOCK

There’s nothing better than having a rest on an hammock.. It’s such a great thing.. Easy to pack and carry around and at the end it’s guaranteed that you will get a spot to sleep with the best view.. After a day of surfing you do want to swing a hammock and have a coffee […]

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BONDI TO BRONTE

Sun kissed bodies, bronzes lifeguards, and glorious surf breaking on the golden sand, bikinis, sarongs, joggers – that’s what I was expecting!!!! but noooooo… the must-do coastal stroll between Bondi and Bronte was full of rugged up people, surfers trying (very hard) to catch the messy, MESSY waves and no lifeguards spotted…. The winding cliff-top […]

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Sydney Harbour Bridge – To Climb or Not To Climb

You might already have a fair idea of what Sydney Harbour Bridge looks like and given the hoo-haa over Oprah Winfrey climbing the bidge I probably don’t need to tell you much more about it. The bridge seems to pop up when you least expect it. It fills the skyline and complements the backdrop to […]

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SYDNEY. POURING DOWN.

Sydney. Pouring down. I guess this is one of the 100 days of rain that Sydney gets per year.. Slowly, my mood changes and instead of being a bit cranky because of the weather I decided that this is going to be a great day… After all I am in SYDNEY! Someone told me that […]

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EUMUNDI MARKETS

A little bird told me the Eumundi Markets     (I love markets!!!) up in the Sunshine Coast! Everyone just talks about it… that is a national treasure, that it is the best market ever… I couldn’t miss another opportunity to go there and experience myself… And guess what??  they are a treasure!! I love markets and Eumundi […]

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IN SACRED LAND

  For the Aboriginal people the land is sacred because the essence of Aboriginal spirituality lies in the Earth: spirit guides are resting in the mountains, in the rocks, in the rivers.   This Sunday while climbing Mt Warning (or Wollumbin) I was wondering about the different sacred mountains and places that I have been […]

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