The only thing better than a road trip is a road trip along the south-west coast of Western Australia with your family. Amiright? Think four adults squished in the back seat, long drives between stops, and twenty different opinions about where to go and how to get there. But more on that later. First, a
Perched on a cliff of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, Positano is the perfect destination for a romantic getaway. With a beautiful beach-side and vibrant flowers hanging off windowsills and balconies, we got a lot of the (very) short time we were there. Getting There Getting to Positano can be difficult, without a bit of research first.
I can’t believe we’ve been in Melbourne for five whole years, and never once visited Wilsons Prom. Until now. In desperate need of an escape from the city, we hired a car and made the 2.5 hour drive to Wilsons Promontory National Park, fully immersing ourselves in nature. Wilsons Prom is nothing short of magical.
I’m going to start by saying that we are huge fans of the tv show Lost, which aired from 2004–2010. You guys remember that one, right? A plane crashes on a supposedly deserted island, and the survivors spend the next six years trying to get off it. There’s drama, comedy, death, smoke monsters, polar bears(?),
Aloha Oahu! After spending three and a half weeks in snowy destinations with freezing temperatures over the Christmas break, we figured Hawaii would be the perfect place to end our annual month-long adventure, and thaw out before heading back to real life. As much as we love winter holidays and snow, we’re also huge beach
Although we love our Winter vacations, spending time in tropical locations is also high on our travel bucket list. So, during our 2-month European getaway, we were excited to spend five nights in sunny Mallorca, Spain. A 7.5hr ferry from Barcelona, Mallorca gave us the tranquility, sunshine and peace we were desperately seeking after a
One evening, as I was falling into the rabbit hole that is Instagram, I stumbled upon the beautiful account of Happy Glamper, a business that offers beautiful tent and caravan experiences, also known as glamping in the Mornington Peninsula area. I immediately decided that I just had to go glamping, and booked us in for
Santorini really is as beautiful in person as it is in the pictures you’ve seen. The people are welcoming and friendly, and the weather is pretty decent year-round. With its sheer and ragged cliff-faces, the ocean all around it, and those iconic white and blue buildings perched on top, Santorini is one of the most