Oh, the joy of summer road trips! From the oh-so-Instagram-worthy sights to those selfie stops and the thrill of travelling the roads unexplored, there are way too many reasons why we adore seeing places on our four wheels. However, having fights with your man over directions and route (or possibly tearing your hair out at the same time) simply isn’t one of those. Yep, trust
Hey you little traveller! Let’s talk eco travel, shall we? One of my new year’s resolutions this year is to explore somewhere new each month even when I’m not travelling. I always feel so blessed living here on the East Coast of Australia where choices of accessible road trip routes and beautiful destinations to be explored are endless. Even now that I’ve lived here for
So you’d have known me by now as the curious soul who’s forever wanderlust-ing. I do love the feeling of waking up in my own heavenly bed after a long trip. But give it a week or so, and you’ll spot me hunting for the next travel destination on the inter-web. After all, the best way to beat post-travel blues is to book another trip!
Everyone seems to have a friend who’s a bit of a life hack queen. Because there are simply way too many clever hacks in life that you haven’t stumbled across just yet. Sadly, I’m not exactly one of those life hack know-it-all gurus. But when it comes to jet-setting and packing for travels, I’m proud to say I’ve picked up a smart hack or two from my
So I just returned home from Hong Kong, one of my absolute favourite cities for both its eclectic fashion scene and melting-pot type of cultural scene. Now, where to begin? Of course, I took the chance to do a quick lookbook shoot with my brother who’s an amateur photographer armed with a collection of Leica cameras that are great for street photography. I brought home
Hey, welcome back to part two of our travel tales at the eco-friendly O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat (read Part ONE here if you’ve missed it)! Just as I thought it couldn’t get much more blissful than my pampering session in an outdoor jacuzzi and the spiritual evening at the pristine glow worm grotto, a few other delightful experiences were in store for me and my Mr on day
Mumma, who’s that pretty little face underneath the mask? I asked my mum as we were strolling along the cobblestone alley in Gion, Kyoto. I still vividly remember my very first encounter with a Maiko-san when I was a 5-year-old kid (with wild imagination). When I returned to this charming ancient city of Japan years later, I was totally stoked to stumble across this place where
Have you ever heard of the glow worm’s poem? We’re deep in the woods in the ancient Lamington National Park sitting 3,000 ft above sea level. The only light we see is the twinkling glow from a massive wall of fairy lights that spans at least 20 metres wide right in front of our eyes. And the only sound we hear is the rippling of creek water