Tag 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 »

Wandering children

“Every traveler has a home of his own, and he learns to appreciate it the more from his wandering.” ― Charles Dickens IView full post »

Should. Could. Must.

“Should is how other people want us to live our lives. It’s all of the expectations that others layer uponView full post »

#FordThinking: On Cruise Control

There is a quote that I heard once that read, ‘the quality of our life depends entirely on the spirit of ourView 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 »

This holiday life…

Wow. Well, traveling for three weeks whilst couch hopping with a toddler in tow… is… exhausting! We areView 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 City Life…

The past week in Perth has been an eventful one. With vaccinations, daddy-celebrations, lunch dates, long walks 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 »

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 »

Sometimes traveling really is JUST about the destination.

I’ve always said that traveling is as much about the journey as it is about the destination. And most of theView 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 »

Responsible hedonism and finding bliss…

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