This post has been reposted from my Sunshine Coast website Navigator… There’s a flat part to the water – completely glass-like. It looks almost like an oil slick, but it isn’t. It’s a “footprint” left behind when a whale dives – as… Read More

So, it’s Saturday morning and you have the weekend in Melbourne. Aside from shopping, the big question is what to do? I’ve kept the focus of this post pretty much to the city – with an excursion to Fitzroy – but there’s… Read More

Regular readers will know that I have a soft spot for street art. In fact, click onto the Melbourne option in the menu bar and you’ll find heaps of pics of street art…I even posted my own walking tour. If you’re interested,… Read More

I’ve also posted this piece over on my Sunshine Coast blog – Navigator.  The Spirit House. It’s my favourite restaurant here on the Sunshine Coast – I’ve told you about it before here, here and here. I’ve even gone as far as saying that if I… Read More

Ok, so we’ve been residents on the Sunshine Coast for just over a month now (less a couple of weeks in Vietnam). We’ve settled in well and are loving it beyond words. I have a list a mile long of places to… Read More

So anyways, by now you all know that I’ve made a bit of a sea-change – to the Sunshine Coast. What you mightn’t know (largely because I’ve been sneakily developing content for it in the background) is that I’ve created a sister site… Read More

As part of our quest to buy local wherever possible, we took ourselves off to Hinterland Harvest Markets at Woombye last Saturday morning. It was a drizzly morning, but the produce was fabulous – as were the stallholders – and before we… Read More

Thanks to my little bout of whatever it was (I still blame the spring roll, but hubby thinks my symptoms were more like that of a migraine) we didn’t get out and about too much in Bangkok this trip – well, certainly… Read More

Twelve minutes. It doesn’t sound like much. It’s three and half pop songs. That’s how long it takes me to drive to Mooloolaba Beach each morning. From there I walk – some days down to the lighthouse, some days in the opposite… Read More

  This post was originally published in 2013 on our previous visit to Bangkok. Given, though, that we re-visited Jim Thompson House this year, I’m re-posting…with new pics. ‘Jim Thompson?’ my husband asked, ‘who the flip is Jim Thompson?’ Ok, he didn’t… Read More