I Can’t Stomach It On My Travels

Travel is not all about seeing new places, eating interesting foods and meeting new people. As with all the good things in life, it also comes with the bad things in life. Stomach bugs. I had previously written about how I discovered seasickness on my travels and the time I got eaten alive by mosquitoes …

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Exposing Inequalities With A Vaccine Travel Passport

Many developed countries are in the midst of a vaccine roll out and there has been chatter here and there about a so called vaccine travel passport. In these conversations, people compare it to the yellow fever vaccine passport. It seems bizarre to me that we are comparing this COVID19 vaccine which, let's face it, …

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Birds Eye View From The Sydney Tower Eye

One humble evening in October 2020, I decided to go and get Maccas (or McDonalds) for dinner. Little did I know that this humble evening would lead me to the tallest building in Sydney. Maccas were running their annual monopoly game where eligible purchases means you get ticket stubs where you can potentially win free …

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A Taste of Guadalajara, Mexico

Next town on our Central Mexico Tour after Guanajuato was the town of Guadalajara. After Mexico City, Guadalajara is the 2nd most populous region in Mexico. This region is well known for contributing Tequila and Mariachi in Mexican Culture. The annual Guadalajara International Film Festival is held here and the Guadalajara International Book Fair which …

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Day Trip to the Southern Highlands, NSW Australia

I have travelled alone internationally and domestically but the final frontier was to travel alone in my own state. This was accomplished a few weeks back. I took some leave from work, packed an esky and off I drove for a day trip to the Southern Highlands. I love travelling alone. I like taking the …

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Collection of Christmas Lights From My Travels and Home

I really like Christmas time. Here, we head into our summer holidays where we are forced to not work (for once!), Christmas lights adorn the city centre and shopping centres and I look forward to lunches complete with fresh prawns, cold ham and summer fruits. I think I'm drawn to all the lights, it's a …

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