Travel Chile: San Pedro De Atacama

The driest and highest desert in the world, rolling sand dunes, steaming geysers, gurgling volcanoes, flamingo-dotted salt flats, snow-capped peaks and crystal blue lagoons, Chile’s Atacama Desert is a photographer’s dream. Somehow though, more pervasive then the visual feast, is an undefinable otherworldliness that you simply can’t shake. Set in the red dusty Chilean border of […]

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North Queeensland Getaway AKA Wedding Planning

Rather than contend with Melbourne’s unpredictable weather, and given my love of palm trees and tropical greenery, I’m going to have a destination wedding! Australia has so many stunning locations that fit the brief, but sunny North Queensland is hard to beat. The destination wedding business is booming and with plenty of options to explore […]

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Travel USA: Vegas Baby

Like so many others, Las Vegas has been on my bucket list for a while.   While I expected the decadent flashiness of the Strip, I was surprised by the striking arid desert and snow-capped mountains that are Sin City’s backdrop. I’m not ashamed to say it, Las Vegas was kind of captivating.   Our […]

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Travel USA: A Taste of America’s South West

Deep in the southwest of America, the town of Santa Fe was once the battleground of cowboys and Indians. Native American tribes and outlaws roamed the countryside and the town housed and jailed many outlaw legends including Billy the Kid (he is buried in Santa Fe!). While visiting Santa Fe, my travel buddy and I had an unexpected introduction into American […]

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Money Saving Travel Tips

Stunning infinity pools, divine ancient ruins, and perfectly powdery white snow, Instagram travel bloggers can make us ache longingly for a holiday. But those travel aspirations can quickly disappear when pen is put to paper. However, there are small travel hacks you can take to cut costs. Below are my top 5 money saving travel […]

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48 Hours in Los Angeles

There’s a certain charm to walking down palm-tree lined streets with gentle sun rays dancing upon your skin. It was supposed to be midwinter, and while some parts of the United States were hitting subzero temperatures, I was soaking up the rays in the perpetually sunny Los Angeles. With only 48 hours in the City of […]

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Roadtrip: Victoria’s Longest Waterfall

With Melbourne’s wet winter weather fast approaching, last weekend I made the most of the unexpected sunshine and took a 90-minute drive to the quaint country town of Trentham. Surrounded by the Wombat State Forest, as you drive into Trentham you’re greeted by beautiful native greenery. The main attraction however is the longest single drop […]

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Portsea Polo Bachelorette Party

A weekend away is never a bad thing, so I was more than happy when my sister, Candice, confirmed her Bachelorette Party would be held at the Portsea Polo. While I barely understand the rules of the game (and I tend to think most people attending the Polo aren’t across the rules), the Polo atmosphere […]

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The Charm of KL

There’s an undeniable charm about Kuala Lumpur, a booming city where the ever-sticky heat adds to an electric energy. It’s an urban centre where striking modern architecture is contrasted against old-world colonial buildings, and mouth-watering multiethnic food offerings can be found on almost every block. Having visited Malaysia a decade ago, I was very excited […]

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Hamilton Island Holiday

When my aunty and uncle announced that they were having a Hamilton Island destination wedding, I couldn’t contain my excitement. Having stayed at the Whitsunday Islands once before, I knew it is one of Australia’s most beautiful travel locations. Only three hours flight time from Melbourne, from the moment your fight descends into Hamilton Island, […]

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