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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. 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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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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  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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We changed our plans… We were thinking on going to Noosa but we never got there.. we stopped first in Caloundra (the best spot for kite surf!!!) and after in Maroochydore.. All these places are in the Sunshine Coast.. but my favourite place is Cotton Tree Beach.. no doubt about it!! if one day we […]

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The last stop on our easter road trip (and what a great stop) – Dorrigo National Park in the ancient Gondwana Rainforest. Was almost dark but we wanted to stop.. jump out of the car and had a quick lok in the map to see which treks we were able to do with some daylight… […]

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