Travel & Lifestyle

After a filling meal at Tao’s Restaurant, we went for a short stroll around Heidi Museum of Modern Art and surrounding gardens to walk off the calories. For those of you who haven’t been there, it’s a fantastic location for wedding photography and photography in general. Of course, it’s also where Cafe Vue is located […]…
After our first day in Beijing, we had a good night’s sleep on a soft and comfy bed and prepared for our buffet breakfast the next morning. The funny thing with booking hotels in Beijing it seems, you only get 1 person’s worth of free breakfast per room (perhaps they just want the other person […]…
Note: This is a very long post with lots of photos! Winter 2014 is finally behind us. Although this Winter wasn’t really all that cold, it just seemed to drag on and on. Everywhere I go now, I see Spring blossoms stretching out of their cocoons, dancing in the fresh, warmer Spring air and waving […]…
In fact, it’s not just Sydney I miss, it’s all things travel related. It feels like forever since I last went on a holiday, even longer since I last went to Sydney (this was just more than a year ago now). I had wanted to post up these photos a long long time ago, at […]…
Queenscliff is a small town on the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria. With less than 2000 population and a great proportion of this tourists, it’s a quiet and beautiful place to spend a weekend away. I was quite lucky to have spent a long weekend here at a friend’s holiday house and we had plenty of […]…
It’s always difficult to travel to a foreign country when you don’t speak the same language. You might be able to flip open a guide book, a translator or even bring a friend who can help you but there are always a lot of unknowns. If you’re one who doesn’t like to take those risks, […]…
I’m finally back in Melbourne! Although I really love traveling, it can be everything but relaxing, which my recent around Australia trip is the epitome of. I took a total of 5 planes, drove across Tasmania nonstop for over 8 hours and climbed mountains so high I thought I was going to die. The views […]…