Cairns is a very easy city to navigate. The esplanade curling round the water's edge, the main Street leads perpendicularly down. Similar to Darwin it has a lagoon at the water's edge. High 20s with a wind, it is beautifully warm without feeling hot. We've done well exploring the area. I got to play with … Continue reading Cairns and Tropical Queensland
Bag fixed. Check. Clothes left and rucksack packed better. Check. Still as heavy. Check. Leaving Darwin with significantly more mozzie bites than I arrived with. Check. Achieving nearly everything I wanted to achieve in the five day window I gave myself (save for putting photos on fb... Sorry Tassie companions, I wish I'd brought a … Continue reading Inspiration at Sunset in Mindil
With a new travel theme of contrast, this is my take on it. Traversing Australia, with somewhat of a botanical nature with shots from Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne's Botanical Gardens, there are also two from Kangaroo Island. Mainly contrasting colours, I also loved the contrasting tree types in Adelaide.
Into week 4 of jobhunting, still surprisingly feeling confident and positive, I interspersed my job seeking with some sightseeing and chill time so I would not go entirely crazy... Surrounded by Europeans of mainly the French and German variety, a Bryan Greenberg lookalike and a porridge sharing Irish girl, being the only Scot in residence … Continue reading Deep Fried Mars Bars, Banoffee Pie and Irn Bru