Partnach Gorge: Visitors Guide

Partnach Gorge (Partnachklamm in German) is a must-see destination on a visit to Garmisch-Partenkirchen - you could even make it a day trip from Munich! We tried to visit the gorge last year on our winter visit to Bavaria, and despite it being closed due to avalanches, we still climbed over part of it. We made the visit... Continue Reading →

Loch Leven Castle

Loch Leven Castle is steeped in tragic history, namely surrounding that of Mary, Queen of Scots. The Scottish monarch spent a year of her life imprisoned there in 1567, before being forced to abdicate and escaping the island on which the castle still stands. The King, Robert the Bruce, is also known to have visited... Continue Reading →

Cats and Cake in Glasgow

Riley and I recently took a trip to Glasgow's first, and so far only, cat cafe. Located in Trongate, The Purrple Cat Cafe opened its doors in 2017, and is now home to nearly 30 felines of all shapes and sizes, including some rather cute kittens. This is Riley and I's second visit to a... Continue Reading →

Kyabram Fauna Park

If you want a personal, more rewarding, and worthwhile experience with wildlife or animals when you’re travelling, then my big tip for you would be: don’t go to the zoo. Instead, find a smaller wildlife park or sanctuary - the further away from large tourist spots the better. I can guarantee you that not only... Continue Reading →

Sovereign Hill

Sovereign Hill: an open air museum that feels rather like stepping onto the set of Westworld. It exhibits Australia’s exciting goldrush history, and the effect that gold had on the town of Ballarat, where it’s situated. It first opened in 1970 and has since become an iconic attraction for the state of Victoria, attracting around... Continue Reading →

Camel Riding on Eastern Beach

I’m all about trying new things, especially if it involves riding interesting animals. So while staying in Geelong with a friend of mine, Jaime, we discovered a string of camels doing rides along Eastern Beach - and as Jaime and I are are both into horses, we agreed to go and check it out! The... Continue Reading →

Gorge Wildlife Park

Located near the adorably named Cudlee Creek in South Australia, Gorge Wildlife Park is only a 40 minute drive from the peaceful city of Adelaide. We came across this park on our quest to find an establishment that would allow koala holding, something that is hard to come by in other states of Australia due... Continue Reading →

The Grandest Canyon

If seeing the Grand Canyon isn’t on your bucket list, it should be. This World Heritage Site is up to 29 km (18 miles) wide, over 1.8km (around a mile) deep, and carving through it is the magnificent Colorado River that is said to have established its path there around five to six million years... Continue Reading →

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