I just realised I never uploaded a post from that wonderful trip I took with my parents just before moving to Tasmania, you know…..back in March 2015!! Whoops! My parents (the wonderful people that they are, Hi Mom! Hi Dad!) offered to drive me down early and do a little road trip around the Ring … More Dingle Peninsula: County Kerry, Ireland
I know I say this after every one but the peeps at Hobart & Beyond and Discover Tasmania have outdone themselves yet again with another amazing Instameet. They just keep getting better and better with even more things to see and photograph, even more new people to meet and hang out with and even more … More Tasman Peninsula Instameet
I barely know where to start with this post. I could write a big long winded description of where we went and what we did. I could describe how to get there, where to stay and highlights along the way but this time I think I’ll just let the photos do the explaining and add … More Binalong Bay and beyond.
Ok that title might be a slight exaggeration of the situation I experienced the other day in Bellerive. I had travelled over to the delightful Eastlands shopping centre for a bit of shopping and afterwards decided to take a stroll down to the waterfront. After all you don’t come all the way across the river … More Cliffhanger in Bellerive
In geology and geomorphology, a tessellated pavement is a relatively flat rock surface that is subdivided into more or less regular rectangles, blocks approaching rectangles, or irregular or regular polygons by fractures, frequently systematic joints, within the rock. This type of rock pavement bears this name because it is fractured into polygonal blocks that resemble … More Tessellated Pavement: Of loaves, pans and canyons.
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!
After being beaten back by the wind on our first walk to Kunětické, and then running out of time on my second exploration, it was a case of third time’s a charm when we finally reached the castle atop the hill. It was a glorious sunny day, albeit still cold and windy when we set out … More Magical Kunětické