• The Cortile, InterContintental: Sydney's best high teas via

    The Cortile InterContinental: Sydney’s Best High Teas

    No longer missing from my adventures in high tea, is the very elegant high tea at The Cortile, InterContinental, Sydney. This is definitely the most beautiful building of all the high teas so far. The InterContinental Hotel was built inside the restored Sydney Treasury Building of 1851. The outside facade of the building is just […] Read more…

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    We Will Rock You: Sydney’s Best Stage Shows

    Brought to you by Nuffnang and We Will Rock You I first saw We Will Rock You, the brilliant show blending Queen’s legendary songs with Ben Elton’s comic genius, in London 10 years ago. When I saw the show, I thought it was groundbreaking, hilarious, uplifting and wildly entertaining. In short, everything a good theatre […] Read more…


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    The Pros and Cons of Working From Home

    I’ve been working for myself as a freelance writer, blogger and marketer for about two years now, and it’s been quite the ride. I’d always dreamed of this type of life, running my own business, and it’s exhilarating and exhausting in equal amounts. If you’re thinking of quitting your day job and trying to work […] Read more…

  • Life As A Blogger: How I Pay The Bills

    Life as a blogger: how I pay the bills

    I had my first rude comment on my blog this week. Considering I think my blog is pretty vanilla in tone, I was surprised that I’d managed to attract anger in anyone with my boring little travel blog, but I guess I did. The person didn’t even have the guts to write an actual comment with […] Read more…


  • Vaucluse House Egg-cellent Easter Trail via

    Vaucluse House Egg-cellent Easter Trail

    This year we spent Easter Sunday at the beautiful, historic Vaucluse House, taking part in their Egg-cellent Easter Trail. The event is held on Easter Sunday each year, towards the back of the estate, on one of their huge lawn areas. $17 per child gets you a trail map, four activities, and an Easter treat […] Read more…

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    The Great Centennial Park Easter Egg Hunt

    Ahhhhh Easter, the chocolate holiday is here again! In our household, we like to celebrate chocolate over the Easter long weekend, as well as spending as much time as we can with family and friends. This year we finally made it to the Great Centennial Park Easter Egg Hunt. It’s a great, active day out […] Read more…


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    Family Travel Tips: Dinner Time When Travelling With Kids

    Travel with young kids can be an exciting adventure – but also a challenge when it comes to keeping small ones happy with their need for routine, early bedtime and plain food (white-bread-butter-thats-it-please!). Day time can be a breeze eating out with kids abroad – it’s easy to find kid-friendly cafes or grab a croissant […] Read more…

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    Five of the Best Desserts in Melbourne

    Melbourne is home to excellent food, particularly of the sweet kind. I didn’t have to look far to find these five delicious sweet desserts and sweet treats in Melbourne. While there are countless other amazing places to find handmade chocolates of exquisite desserts, these five are all in Melbourne’s CBD, making them easy to stop […] Read more…