WHAT TO SEE AND DO

One of the newest super foods to sweep the world is Mujadara. Actually since it has been around for a long… • Read More »

OUTSIDE MY FRONT DOOR

Outside my Front door is a series of posts by fellow travel bloggers who share what is …… • Read More »

CULTURE and LIFESTYLE

When you go to Tokyo you will see Pachinko parlours literally everywhere. They are very well sign posted,… • Read More »

TRAVEL RESOURCES

   Staying in a cave house is something that should be experienced, particularly if you are in an… • Read More »


One of the newest super foods to sweep the world is Mujadara

One of the newest super foods to sweep the world is Mujadara

One of the newest super foods to sweep the world is Mujadara. Actually since it has been around for a long time, it is hardly new but my prediction is that it will be the new and much much better replacement for the overrated quinoa.   Mujadara has to be put up there as one of the super foods – […]

“Outside my Front Door” by Goats on the Road

“Outside my Front Door” by Goats on the Road

Outside my Front door is a series of posts by fellow travel bloggers who share what is … outside of their own front door Dariece is half of the team over at Goats On The Road, a website that helps inspire others to live a life of Freedom, Travel & Adventure. On the road for […]

Staying in a cave house

Staying in a cave house

   Staying in a cave house is something that should be experienced, particularly if you are in an area that screams to you to do so.    The Cappadocia region of Turkey is such a place and the village of Goreme is predominantly a village of cave houses.       We have been asked […]

A study in urban design, the New Acton precinct – Canberra

A study in urban design, the New Acton precinct – Canberra

Quite simply the New Acton precinct in Canberra, Australia incorporates housing, retail and hospitality facilities. Yet, that is such a simplistic look at what I consider to be a very well considered, very well executed urban design… and quite a progressive and inspired design.     As a layman looking from the outside in, this […]

Sarong giveaway – a travel essential

Sarong giveaway – a travel essential

 Sarong giveaway – a travel essential   After the success of our post on The sarong – a unisex travel essential,  we have teamed up with Sydney company, Manly Beach Warehouse  to give away 4 sarongs.   Manly Beach Warehouse has been sourcing beachware for over ten years and bring to you, a unique collection […]

“Outside my Front Door” by Seriously Travel

“Outside my Front Door” by Seriously Travel

“Outside my Front door” is a series of posts by fellow travel bloggers who share what is … outside of their own front door Joey and Marie are  an American couple and travel enthusiasts living and working in Singapore. Their goal is to inspire you to travel and experience the world outside the box that confines […]

One way to meet your travelling companion

One way to meet your travelling companion

I have the absolute answer beyond any shadow of a doubt on how to get a date and meet a travelling companion for life – go on a doggy date. This is one theory to finding that elusive person that you are prepared to travel the world with.   The other week I went on a […]

One for your bucket list – a total eclipse of the sun

One for your bucket list – a total eclipse of the sun

If you want an experience like no other, than add a total eclipse of the sun to your bucket list. We were very fortunate to experience one, and that is what I will describe here; the experience of this phenomenal occurrence.   What is a total eclipse of the sun?   There is a plethora […]

How to be an Aussie

How to be an Aussie

How to be an Aussie is an art form and the Aussie characteristics are quite unique. Australia is an exceptional country and so are its people. I am not saying Aussie, Aussie Aussie .. whatever, but we did certainly put on a good Olympics didn’t we? We all know that we were not the 1st […]

How to drink sake in Japan …#FridayTip

How to drink sake in Japan …#FridayTip

How to drink sake in Japan Drinking sake or saki in Japan is bound up in rituals and there are codes of practice or etiquette involved in both serving and drinking sake. Despite what you may read about sake being low in alcohol, it seems to catch you unawares if you underestimate it ..someone told […]