Iceland: What to see and do in Reykjavik

I’ve had some amazing holidays and seen a lot of wonderful countries in my time as a traveller, but not many have captured me as Iceland did. From Reykjavik’s quaint cool to the weird and wonderful landscapes, and awesome locals, Iceland has a special place in my heart. It all began when I was travelling … Continue reading Iceland: What to see and do in Reykjavik

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Sunny Saturday morning

There's nothing better than sunny Saturdays spent with loved ones. This morning we took our foster dog, Roy, for his first visit to the beach at Seacliff. We're lucky to have such gorgeous beaches so close to home, and loved meeting all the dogs and their owners along the way (Roy did too, of course!). … Continue reading Sunny Saturday morning

Mt Remarkable and Alligator Gorge

  One weekend Pete and I wanted to take a short getaway. Pete had just finished building a gimbal for the camera and wanted to test it out. I just wanted to explore somewhere new. We booked ourselves a one-night stay in a cabin at Melrose Caravan Park and drove up from Adelaide on Saturday … Continue reading Mt Remarkable and Alligator Gorge

Sturt Gorge Recreation Park

One of my all time favourtite walks is the River Trail in Sturt Gorge Recreation Park. I access the trail from a series of other trails, working my way into the gorge from Flagstaff Hill. The River Trail follows the Sturt River and is a beautiful, peaceful, shady trail, with fun sections which require you … Continue reading Sturt Gorge Recreation Park

O’Halloran Hill Recreation Park

One of my favourite things about living in Adelaide's southern suburbs is the access to many great parks and natural areas for walking and riding bikes. I'm glad that there has been effort put into keeping and maintaining areas for recreation rather than housing or commercial purposes, as it gives you space to enjoy the … Continue reading O’Halloran Hill Recreation Park