Category Archives: Travel

Inland

The crash of the ocean, the call of the seabirds, the salt on my lips are all sensations that bring me back to earthView full post »

Sawah: Rural Indonesia through the lens

A few days after Christmas we had some of our favourite friends make the big drive down from the city to hang out withView full post »

Yang Indah: People of Bali through the lens

“depth and substance. the two most exquisite qualities. be it in a poem or a person.” ― Sanober Khan ShareView full post »

Ramai: Urban bali through the lens (Indonesia Pt.2)

 Having lived for a long time being one of the handful of bule’s (westerners) in the village that I called homeView full post »

Sembuh (Healing): Indonesia P1

It was an incredible moment in my life, sitting at that warung in the middle of the filthy bustling hub of KUTA, Bali.View full post »

2014 – The year of the deliberate life.

At the end of November last year I went to a gala event in Melbourne. Standing in the gin and tonic haze of a lateView full post »

The human connection

I just spent the weekend in Melbourne with some beautiful blog comrades. My travel buddies were two ofView full post »

Into the wild

There is something so freeing about finding yourself in nature. Being surrounded by the smell of the earthView full post »

In the concrete jungle.

What is the city but the people that live in it? I’ve always been drawn to the country. To wide open spaces. ToView full post »

This life.

I can’t believe it’s come to an end. Five weeks on the road with a toddler in tow is a lifetime, butView full post »

This life.

Last week we began the week with a thanksgiving celebration. A dinner that brought 20 members of my family togetherView full post »

New friends in new places

I’ve been writing this blog for about a year and a half now, and it’s grown and evolved and changed and isView full post »

This life.

It was late afternoon rush hour downtown. Bo and I had been out all day, with tired feet and gelato stained sleeves.View full post »

Travelling as two.

I’m a traveler. I always have been and I have no doubt that I always will be. In my teens I moved across countryView full post »

This life…

I am a dreamer. I always have been and I always will be. A chameleon of sorts. I find places and people to love inView full post »

Take me out to the ball game…

We’ve been on a lot of adventures and all these adventures create very little time for the usual tap tap tappingView full post »

Long haul survival guide: Flying with toddlers (Sponsored by Target)

Flying with kids can be a bit daunting, and when doing it alone it can be down right frightful. Bo and I haveView full post »

Flashback to Borneo

Beautiful Malaysian Borneo. Doesn’t get much more beautiful than this incredible island. From helping release theView full post »

Flashback to India II

I love India. I spent weeks traveling around the north of the country, through tiny towns, big cities and an endlessView full post »

Flashback to India.

I’ve been day dreaming a bit about the past… not my relationship past but before that. Before all of this.View full post »

This Village Life…

Sometimes life is hard. Really hard. And other times it’s not. We’ve been having one of those really hardView full post »

This village life…

We are hopefully probably in Perth by now, hopefully we haven’t run into any of the problems that we did last time andView full post »

Beach madness…

With Idul Fitri comes a week long celebration and the only real annual holiday in Indonesia. Everyone returns toView full post »

This village life…

In the past two weeks Bo has probably been the biggest developmental leap of her little life so far. Two weeks ago sheView full post »

No ordinary anniversary…

The day started out much like we had expected. It is Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting, so the days are very calmView full post »

The long road home.

After a long day in transit, Bo and I are officially home. Back in the little house surrounded by rice fields, backView full post »

The longest day [ever] and sleeping around…

We knew it was going to be a long day.  But we had no idea of just how long it would end up. We left the village atView full post »

Our village home…

After days of scrubbing, moving furniture and generally trying to get settled in my mind is a little calmer. I couldView full post »

life begins… at the end of your comfort zone.

Yesterday Bo and I arrived in Indonesia and the end of my comfort zone. After a hectic week in WA introducing Bo toView full post »

Responsible hedonism and finding bliss…

Because doing good feels good too. Hedonists have been considered historically as being self-absorbed egotists whoView full post »