I’ve never seen so many people in one place before. Thousands converged in Melbourne’s CBD last Saturday for White Night, a twelve hour celebration of culture and creativity. We went in by train, with no real plan. Our aim was simply to enjoy a meal, then walk around and soak up the atmosphere of our … More White Night in Melbourne
Friendships, kindred spirits and heartfelt connections, they’re all found here on WP and they’re even more special when they filter into our real life. That’s what happened on Sunday here in Melbourne when I reconnected with lovely Hayley from Dear Dad. Hayley is a gifted writer with the kindest soul, a beautiful heart and smile … More Soulful Sunday #48: Treasured Friendships
You are sweet I could devour you Instead I stare And resist temptation. You are sweet I will inhale you breath in your smell deep in my imagination. You are sweet I love the rough edges that hide your smooth centre that only I can see. You are sweet and plain on the outside yet … More A Sweet Deliciousness
There are so many love songs around but some really stand the test of time. I dare you to read these words and listen to the song below and not feel a teeny bit affected. Or is it only me?
Fancy a tour of the Red Centre of Australia? I’ll show you iconic Uluru, walk with you around The Olgas and share the grandeur of Kings Canyon. Then again, I’m probably not the best tour guide. I’m not Aboriginal, I don’t know the indigenous dreamtime legends, plus I’m a bit too goofy. Instead, how about I … More Local Tour Guide
It’s paradise as I laze on pure white sand on our tiny Maldavian island, sipping a cocktail, with not a care in the world. In the distance, on the horizon, I see a windsurfer skimming the turquoise waters. It’s actually my newly wed hub and the thought crosses my mind, I wonder if he’ll come … More Exotic
Meet Catherine and Stu, a couple of adventurers from Western Australia, in the first of my series of guest posts focused on inspiring destinations from Australia and around the world.
Creativity is in the air. Can you feel it? Plants are in the ground, seeds are being sown and a spectacular once in a lifetime lunar phenomenon has just graced our skies in Melbourne. After a time of lull in January it feels like the energy is shifting. This past month for me has been … More Planting Dreams
Now Australia may not be as old as Ancient Rome and the medieval fortress towns within Europe however this tiny toddler of a nation of mine can still pack a mighty punch. There are so many towns scattered around this country with history dating back to colonial times. Having just recently celebrated Australia Day, it … More Old Chiltern Town
She came seemingly from nowhere. We named her Bella. She deserved a beautiful name, the butterfly that flew into our camper van while we were camping this week. It was hot and perhaps she was seeking refuge, though even during pockets of rain and coolness she stayed. It was as if she didn’t want to … More Bella Summer Nights