There is no denying that Australian thunderstorms are a sight to behold. Even those that have lived in Australia their whole lives will run to grab a camera to get a picture of a thunderstorm rolling in, or a massive shelf cloud on the horizon.
Over 2,000 miles from the closest land mass, Hawai’i is a destination renown around the world for sun, surf, and a relaxing lifestyle. Hawaiian culture, known for it’s Aloha spirit, is welcoming and familiar, even for first time visitors.
Cold? Yes, but oddly cosy at the same time. This great city has some many eclectic neighbourhoods in which you can find great food and interesting people to chat with. Now before you say it, yes, Chicago has its fair share of problems.
The Hunter Valley, just a few hours north of Sydney, is a beautiful part of the world. Known for the rolling hills, kangaroos, spectacular views and great Sémillon and Shiraz wines. In fact, the rugged Australian landscape gives the world some of the best Sémillon wines you’ll find anywhere.
Summer in Australia is just around the corner, but the sunsets are already here. And there’s a reason it’s called the sunburnt country. It’s hot – scorching at times. But after those long hot summer days, you’re inevitably treated to sunsets like this one.
When we think about our next holiday, we often think about those far away, tropical destinations – or those amazing landmarks and wonders of the world in remote corners of the world. But take a minute and look at what’s closer to home.
Tower 13, in Mission Beach, San Diego is nostalgic for me. These lifeguard towers are the epitome of Southern California. These dot the coastline, keeping a watchful eye on the beach goers that blanket the sandy swaths of land, quietly keeping the public safe.