Daylight savings wrapped up over the Easter weekend here in Australia, and now that I’ve had a couple of weeks to come to terms with the shorter afternoons, I am making the most of the cooler weather and the extra hour in the morning. I am an out-and-out summer person but I do like this … More Simple morning pleasures
This post is dedicated to those who give me my inspiration. As the working week begins, my mind turns (as it always does) to bigger and better things. I dream of my next trip, of traveling to far-flung places in search of quiet. I allow my heart to yearn for the things that I don’t … More To those who inspire
I first went overseas in 1991 on a family holiday to the West coast of the United States. For me, the late 80’s and early 90’s were a golden age. A time before mobile phones, before the internet and a time where the use of social media was non-existent. I was eight years old and … More How Technology Has Changed the Face of Travel
A few months ago I made the conscious decision to unplug my life and focus my attention on the world around me instead of the mobile device in my pocket. This idea seemed nice in principle but, like Communism, the reality was a lot different to the ideal. I found myself missing birthday celebrations, I was … More Unplug: It’s Good for You!
Did you see the sunset last night? It was hands down the best sunset I have ever seen in Sydney! Unfortunately for me I didn’t get any photos of my own as I was on the bus on my way home from work. Yep, there I was, stuck in peak hour traffic when the sky put on … More Sydney’s Light Show & The Modern Day Commuter