FINALLY getting around to starting the blog posts from our big trip and there’s going to be a few! We started our big trip in my home country of Ireland where we started off in north county Dublin at my parents’ home in Loughshinny. Just up the road there is a beautiful castle and gardens … More Ireland: Ardgillan Gardens
I’ve been living in Tasmania for over two years now and have seen some incredible places, truly amazing sights that have made me pinch myself just to check if I’m awake and aren’t living in some dream world. They’ve all been in the South of Tassie though, I’ve neglected the North of this great island … More Northwest Tasmania Roadtrip
The Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens are located in the Queens Domain region on the northern edge of Hobart. Queen’s Domain is a short walk from the CBD and an even shorter drive if you’re lazy. I’d highly recommend taking a stroll through the Soldiers Memorial Avenue on the way as it’s one of the most … More Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens and Queens Domain
Hobart is a rather compact city of approximately 200,000 people which is roughly twice the population of our last home, Pardubice in the Czech Republic. It has all the features you’d expect from a modern metropolis but maintains that delightful charm of a small seaside village, similar to the way Pardubice felt like a small … More Hobart waterfront and surrounds
This past weekend I decided I’d go to the seaside on my adventure day as who doesn’t love a day at the beach? We had come fairly close….ish on an earlier visit to Golden Gate Park (more on that wonderful place later) but stayed around the Eastern areas of the park, not venturing towards the … More Yeah Ocean, Beach!
Time for a little break from the Czech Republic this time round. Sinéad and I recently had a most delightful trip to the beautiful city of Vancouver in Canada as part of a birthday surprise for her dad. Thankfully the surprise worked out and he was none the wiser until we turned up to say … More An evening in Steveston