A Day in Byron Bay

One of the must do stops between Sydney and Brisbane is Byron Bay. The area is absolutely beautiful and I love the laid back vibe that is present throughout the entire town. Everything in the town is really relaxed and there seems to be a big focus on independent local shops and cafes. The town…

First BirchBox of 2018

This month BirchBox announced that they would be giving out a fun sized Benefit BADgal Bang mascara with all of their March boxes. Being the sucker for marketing that I am, I was soon clicking on to the BirchBox website and signing up for the February box as well. The February box focuses on makeup…

A rainy day in Sydney

At some point in the beginning of December we made our way into Sydney. We decided to stay on the outskirts of the city as we’d heard that it could be difficult and expensive to park centrally and after the ease of taking a train into the centre we were glad that we had. The…

Potoroo Palace Native Animal Sanctuary

We came across Potoroo Palace (Native Animal Sanctuary) while we were on our way from Mallacoota to Narooma. James had done some research on potential pit stops along the way and found some reviews for an animal sanctuary where you could feed Kangaroos. We were in need of a break after driving for a couple…

Kangaroos in Mallacoota

One of the most scenic campsites we stayed in was in the Mallacoota National Park. This was one of the prettiest stops that we had and spending the evening watching the sun set over the lake and then waking up to the view below was absolutely brilliant. We followed our standard procedure of visiting the…

A Birthday Post

I recently celebrated my 26th birthday. Along with getting a little more older and (hopefully) a little more wiser, I enjoyed celebrations with my friends and family who gave me some beautiful presents that I thought I could share in today’s post. The first of my gifts was from my Nanny and was obviously Disney…

A day in Wilsons Promontory

One joy of having a camper to roam around in is the absolute ease of being able to eat wherever you want as you’re essentially moving your entire kitchen around with you. James and I took full advantage of this by finding a nice spot to park up in on Phillip Island before we left…

Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island

It took us until the time that we had packed up and left our Melbourne campsite to decide that we would head to the Mornington Peninsula. This marked my first drive on a busy city highway in a foreign country. I was initially terrified but actually grew to love driving in Australia- it’s easy! The…

Arriving in Melbourne

On the morning of the 25th November, we flew into Melbourne from Singapore via an overnight flight. My first impressions of Melbourne were poor, we needed to get a taxi to the car rental offices so that James and I could pick up the Van that we would be living in for the next three…

Two Nights in Singapore

On arrival into Singapore, the first thing that struck me is how lovely the people are. As soon as we sat in our taxi (which we were happy to take as they are strictly monitored in Singapore, preventing passengers from being ripped off), the driver started asking about our trip and giving us tips on…

Hong Kong Disneyland

While we were in Thailand, James and I decided to head to Hong Kong. It was close enough that it would have seemed a shame if we didn’t visit. Plus, it meant that we could spend our 7th year anniversary in one of the most magical places on earth – Disneyland! I’ve mentioned before that…

Our Ocean Park experience

The night before we were due to fly to Hong Kong, my younger brother started messaging me about the research he had done on an amusement park in Hong Kong. Since we had already planned to visit Hong Kong Disneyland (more on that in a later post), James and I had already decided that our…