Waterholes in Queensland

We are the biggest water lovers I know. Seriously. Until we came to Orange, NSW  (for work) we’d be in the water daily. From fresh water holes, the ocean, cenotes, lakes, rivers, the pool, creeks… you name it we found it & swam in it. Which is probably the reason Miss P taught herself to […]

Fraser Island

When we found out we were heading south to the freezing landlocked town of Orange for the winter we thought now was the time to visit the largest sand island in the world. Fraser Island or the Aboriginal name which is K’gari is 120km long & has over 72 different shades of sand. I called the […]

Camping in Kenilworth to Escape the Crowds

Is it worth it to visit Kenilworth in QLD? Well, if you’re not actually passing by or in the general vicinity I wouldn’t say a massive YES but if you happen to need a place to chill away from the crazy school holiday crowds that are so much better at booking ahead than you, then […]

Checking out the Sunshine Coast

After spending a wonderful time watching the fireworks on my brothers rooftop in Brisbane the kids woke up bright & early on the first day of 2015. –Good thing we’d made the resolution to bring in the New Year without a hangover! As its quite diffucult keeping young excited kids quiet we chose to head back […]

Two Wildlife Parks in South Australia

Australia is famous for its Kangaroos, Koalas, Emus, & a beautiful array of Birds. So of course when visiting you must take time to get up close & personal with these iconic creatures. Gorge National Park:  Roughly 40 min (if you don’t get royally lost like we did!) from Adelaide is a really fun animal park. […]

Tulum– Be Still my Beating Heart.

I’ve got a confession to make… I have a crush. A MEGA crush on Tulum. I was intrigued by the place when I heard about it last year.. so much so it had me make the biggest decision since having kids. Live in Mexico with Little D & Miss P for 5 months to check […]

The Unique Island that is Holbox + a 1000 yr old Tree

Holbox (pronounced Ol-bosh) is quite a well kept secret in these parts. Your main mode of transport are golf buggies with not a single paved road & no high rises to be seen. It really is one of a kind. If you’re driving from Playa del Carmen you take the 307 towards Puerto Morelos. Take […]

Things to do In & Around Playa del Carmen with Kids

Xcaret: A fantastic adventure park that could keep you entertained for 2 days. With over 40 activities for all ages its not something you wanna miss. Four & under are free but if your kids are taller than the measuring stick you’ll end up paying if you don’t have ID to prove their age. The […]

Life in Mexico with 2 Kids while The Man is Gone.

We’ve just hit 3 months in Mexico without the kids dad & my other half. When we first talked of doing this I thought 5 months would be a breeze. I’d spent nearly 5 yrs with a FIFO (fly in fly out) hubby & knew all to well what it meant to be alone with […]

Xcaret -Mayan for “Small Inlet”

Xcaret – (pronounced Ish-Ka-Ret) is located just south of Playa del Carmen in the Yucatan Peninsula. You cant possibly miss it! With more than 40 activities we were in for a big day. If you’re looking for one spot that has nearly everything at your fingertips then this is it. Seeing as the place is […]

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