Victoria Falls: An unplanned day in Zambia

Our Journey to Livingstone, Zambia As social distancing laws and travel bans continue it appears to be unlikely that I’ll be travelling much further than my local supermarket for the foreseeable future. Instead of planning my next adventure I’ve decided to reminisce on past adventures that I never found the time to write about. While […]

Melbourne: Parks, Politics and Performances (Part 2)

In part 1 I introduced you to the parliament of Victoria and the parks that surround it. In this, the second and final part of Parks, Politics and Performances I’ll introduce you to some of the performance houses around the eastern edge of the city from the past and present. I left you at the […]

The Grampians – Pinnacle Walk

Rocks seemingly arranged by nature into tall stacks, each rock balancing precariously yet with complete stability on top of another, the scorched remains of burnt trees now seeming with new growth and the silence, only interrupted by the sound of your footsteps on the rock or the occasional kookaburra’s call awaited us on a day […]

Sydney’s Coastal Walk

Halloween weekend was upon us and even though it was just after 10am the locals at Coogee beach were already well into the Halloween festivities. One prankster was well posed to present as an unconscious drunk (the latter was probably true), and his mates were asking passers by if they thought he was ok and […]