For any visitor to Sydney the search for a place to live is a rough one. The number of options laid out to you online may seem plentiful, but on closer inspection each ad comes with its own unique layout and an unbelievable level of exaggeration. 'YOUR OWN ROOM - AMAZING APARTMENT, BRONTE' or...Small, dark, … Continue reading The walls have eyes, 6 legs and antennae.
Arriving in Bondi last September we just missed out on the annual August City2Surf race that takes place from the City centre, through the Eastern Suburbs, and finishing on the sand at Bondi Beach. It's a 14km (8.7 miles) journey along what's advertised as the World's largest fun run. There will be entertainment stations on … Continue reading Hoping that a little will go a long way…
Mama said she would visit, and she did. It had been a whole year since Mum and Dad waved us off at security in Heathrow. A full year of calendar events had been and gone, we'd missed a lot. Family occasions, celebrating accomplishments and simply walking the dogs. It's a strange feeling having two worlds … Continue reading Mama Said
Our journey to Wellington, NSW took us into the Blue Mountains and out the other side. 5 hours after departing from Coogee, Sydney we had reached our destination - Wongajong Station. Already we were in new territory - the paddocks were filled with green grass. We knew we weren't heading back out to the outback, … Continue reading Wongajong.
As I sit here on the steps leading to the sand at Bondi Beach I can't help but feel lucky. Obviously I'm lucky to live only a 5 minute stroll from here, but I'm lucky to have the option, the time of day and company to enjoy the surroundings. The water is a turquoise-blue that … Continue reading Budgie Smugglers at the ready.
We haven't written an update for over 2 months. I’m not sure if this is because we’ve been really busy or because we feel more at home and less like tourists that are reporting on travel events. Since leaving the outback we have been all over the place. Adelaide, Sydney, Up-state NSW and back to … Continue reading On the road again…the highs & lows of meeting people you don’t know!
Our ongoing outback life is ever changing and ever growing. The animals are getting older and wiser, so are we. There is still so much to learn. Everyday is different, something new will pop up that is useful to know, whether its a new way to tie a reliable knot, how to cook ribs outback … Continue reading Lambina Station.