I grew up in the foothills of the Blue Mountains, Sydney, Australia. A vast expanse of eucalyptus trees and exposed sandstone cliffs. I always loved trips up to the mountains. Winding roads, hidden rainforests and cute villages like Leura made for fun weekend visits.
But when I first met the Canad
Our new place in Cancun is just a short walk away from the most amazing night market, El Parque de las Palapas. And wanna know the best part? It's on EVERY.SINGLE.NIGHT! After last night's festivities, I feel like a walking balloon.
You can get so many delicious things at El Parque. Tacos, enchilad
Punta Sur - Isla Mujeres - Mexico
We decided to extended our stay on Isla Mujeres for another week. So I thought it was about time we took a stroll down to the southern tip of the island.
The walk from our mid island colonia in La Gloria, took us about 45 minutes. Walking the path alongside th
An explosion of colour, hot apple cider and white steepled churches. That's how I’d best describe Autumn in New England. It's a constantly changing, colour filled wonderland. Where the cool, crisp air turns your cheeks pink and you can eat pumpkin pie for breakfast.
Join me on a trip through Maine
Road tripping across Canada last Summer was EPIC! It was a leisurely trip as we had no real time constraints but, we still needed to work from the road. We drifted from province to province in search of beautiful places and interesting things to do. Here's a look at our time in Ontario.
Where turquoise meets white and skies turn pink. Where chaos meets calm and time stands still.
We said goodbye to Tulum one week ago. I felt nervous as we boarded the local bus to Cancun and I couldn't figure out why. I guess heading to another unknown destination for a month had me feeling uneasy
This place is seriously cool. I doubt it needs anymore publicity, but here goes. If you don’t like trendy, hipster hang outs, then don’t come here. But, if you need a cool new shot for your Instagram feed and you want to spend some time in a treehouse, I’ve got just the place for you...
There are places in this world that have the power to take your breath away. The Grand Cenote in Tulum, is one of them 🐢
It's one of thousands of cenotes that can be found all throughout the Yucatán Peninsula. This one is particularly special as it has a large open top, but deep cavernous areas t
Perched on the edge of a cliff, alongside the Caribbean Sea, stands the ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum. Can you imagine a more picturesque place to build a city?
We went to visit this stunning archaeological site last week. Here's what we know:
Tulum was the only Mayan city built on the coast. I
I guess it was quite fitting that our minivan from British Columbia broke down in Columbia, right? ...Columbia, Missouri that is!
Last Summer, Ben and I took a rather long drive across Canada. We drove all the way from British Columbia on the West coast, to Nova Scotia on the East. All in a miniva
COBA - An ancient Mayan city, buried deep within the Yucatan jungle ⛰
It's believed that more than 50,000 Mayans once resided here. Within the city of Cobá, stands the tallest Mayan temple on the Yucatán Peninsula. It's one of the last remaining Mayan ruins you can actually still climb. I don't kno
390kms southeast of Portland, Oregon, stands a very special place. A land so unique, it feels like you’re exploring a different planet. From its Mars like rock formations, to its multi-coloured hills, it's a photographers dream.
Welcome to The John Day Fossil Beds National Monument!