Love this place. The view, the comfy bed, the amazing buffet breakfast. What is not to love? We will definitely be back.
No photo will ever do justice to this truly wonderful place. Words were literally stolen from my mouth as I stood in awe at the bottom of this cenote. Continue reading “Cenote Ik Kil”
These shots were from a road trip with my photographer gal pal, Dom Cherry. We travelled up to Armidale in NSW for a work trip, however, decided to make the most of the adventure, stopping off along the way.
There are no words to describe the sheer beauty of this place. This island probably has the clearest water I’ve ever seen with the most beautiful landscape.
Captain Cook discovered the Isle of Pines and rightly called it so due to the abundance of pine trees on the island. The Isle of Pines is a frequent stop for most P&O Cruises. You can enjoy the island on foot in your own time or you can make the most of the tours offered around the island.
This place was utterly breathtaking. We weren’t sure on what shore tours to do while we were in port at Noumea, however, we weren’t overly keen on spending the day in Noumea itself. A few friends recommended the Amedee lighthouse (le Phare Amédée) tour to us and, after doing some research, decided that would be our best bet.
I’ve said it before, but nothing makes me happier than drenching my tastebuds with delicious food. I recently spent a morning exploring the markets in Sydney’s historic precinct, ‘The Rocks’. The food is fresh, flavoursome and just overall scrumptious. Continue reading “The Rocks”
Better late than never. This would have to be my life motto nowadays. I’m loving the busy-ness of life, as I know I’d be complaining of boredom if the situation were reversed. Had a spare afternoon and, alas, here is my photo diary of my Thailand trip a couple of months back! Continue reading “Thailand Photo Diary”