What on earth is an inselberg!?? It’s time for a little geological catch-up: coming from the German words for “island” and “mountain”, these visually stunning land forms protrude from relative flatness in an absolutely remarkable way. Our amazing earth has so many stunning surprises and if you have the chance to travel to these gifts of nature, your […]
Eating.. Relaxing.. Enjoying.. This may not apply to all but for some of us, when we think of vacation we don’t think of endless jungle hikes, sleeping in random hostels with strangers or having to bargain every meal you buy. No, when we think of vacation we think of laying on the beach or by the […]
Does Henriette from Henriëtte Bokslag – Freelance travel blogger and journalist still has something on her Bucket List? “I have so many places on my bucket list! The more I travel the longer my bucket list gets. From Mexico to Australia and from Indonesia to Lapland. At this moment I have no plans to really go there […]
Stuart Highway – ‘the Track’ There aren’t many road trips like this one… They come very rare. This route is also known as ‘the Track’ and named after explorer John McDouall Stuart who discovered a route through Australia’s inland on several excursions in the 1850s and 1860s. With over 3000 km, this road trip – crossing the entire […]
Charming, cute and colorful! When I walked from Milsons Point towards the Harbour Bridge in pretty Kirribilli, I suddenly passed a very charming, colorful, tiny shop. Of course I entered. This shop, named Ginger Flower, is very popular with the locals but it’s time for more people to get to know this hidden treasure! It […]
Link: Time lapse of Brisbane Panorama by Stephen Wiltshire Time lapse vision shows British artist Stephen Wiltshire taking four days to complete a panoramic drawing of Brisbane after one viewing of the city.