This is truly amazing
Photo by: @yasmindeborah
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When travelling together, one thing we love the most is the excitement and joy it brings to us. The new adventures and the unique experiences you just cannot embrace by being back home. We are always grateful for the opportunities to see the world.
Travel breaks down routines, monotony and brings back adventure, excitement, and exploration into our lives😁
What do you love about travel?
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Seven months later ✔️ roughly 40,000kms, and a thousand memories to last a lifetime 💞 what a trip! Do it while you’re young! #ourbiglap#homesweethome
Not having a car can be challenging yet extremely fun at the same time. We save a lot of money while exercising and it's more sustainable than a car!
We ride every single day whether its on adventures, to do our weekly shop or just to get to work.
Everyone should invest in a bike 🚴♂️ 🚴♀️
#FollowFriday For travel inspiration check out @thewelltravelledpups
Follow the adventures of Luna and Otto as they explore and share their favourite places.
Visit @thewelltravelledpups and look for this pic for a review and useful info about Catherine Hill Bay, NSW plus other great dog-friendly locations 🐾🐶☀️
Today we are driving to Cassilis, avoiding the Blue Mountains with the van as much as possible this time through. This isn’t the way we were planning to go, we were going to go through Orange and Bathurst. After chatting to some other campers who happen to be locals, then having a look at the map, we changed our plan... Hopefully we will see some cool towns along the way today!
It’s hard to say what I liked better, the Opera House or this stunning bridge! Captured here is a vibrant sunset view from Kirribilli on the north side of the harbour. This location provides one of the best views of Circular Quay! 😍
We drove through the night with nothing to guide us but our noses pointed to the coast, hints of moonlight seeping through the dense trees, and the dark shadows of ferns reaching so far into the road they felt like they’d nearly grasp us by the thin tin walls of our rickety old van. Creatures like I’ve never quite seen before hopped, scuttled, and slithered around us for hours in end. Squinty little brightly lit eyes gazed at us from all directions and there seemed to be so much wildlife at some points, deep in the fern gullies, it felt as though we might’ve spent more time with the white paint of our van lightly brushing alongside fur than not.
With a gas light blinking wildly at us, and not a whisper of civilization in sight, our tires rolled to a relief-filled stop in a tiny campground we thought had to be near our destination: the Bay of Fires.
We woke up to sunlight pouring through the cracks of our hastily pulled curtains and couldn’t help but gasp in delight at the rich red rocks beckoning us from mere feet away at the waters edge. We eagerly hopped from the warmth of blankets piled high, pulled hats down over our chilled ears and began to explore...
Wild Sulphur-crested Cockatoo in the Dandenong ranges.
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Meeting Kangaroo Dundee (Brolga) and his orphaned baby and adult kangaroos was a big tick on my bucket list. It’s a must if you are visiting Alice Springs. This legend of a human with a heart of pure gold has a mission to educate and encourage people to rescue and care for kangaroos and other wildlife and animals @thekangaroosanctuary 💖🙏💖🙏
Bombshell Beautiful 🐚🌊
Although I love Canada, Australia feels like a second home to me! From the first time I went as a little girl I knew I would be back, and I plan on continuing to go back. What is your favourite place you've travelled to?