Day 3 (continued...) The bus was pretty comfy and we had air conditioning. We were pretty confident we would survive our 8 hour trip. Leaving Kathmandu we slowly made our way through the busy roads, cows and people trying to sell us food through the bus window. Once we had left the city we drove … Continue reading Chitwan National Park.
Last weekend we were suppose to be heading up to the Snowy Mountain's for a weekend away and doing a hike. Well normal everyday life got in the way ( as it often does) and we could not leave until Saturday lunch time. We decided to go even though it would mean driving down Saturday … Continue reading Snowy Mountains
Taking a break from Nepal blogs this week and decided to talk about snow. Winter hit this weekend, the sweat pants came out and the summer wardrobe was packed away. Not going to lie, it was very nice leaving the house Saturday night not in a ball of sweat from blow drying and straighten my … Continue reading To Ski or Not to Ski
We listened to the weather forecast and cancelled our weekend of camping. We should never have listened to the weather as the rain held off and it was decent. Our friends braved the forecast and it paid off hey had a great weekend down in Kiama. I was pretty bummed we stayed home and had … Continue reading No Plans.
The Royal National Park - This National Park is just a short drive out of Sydney. Grab a friend preferably one with a car. There are a few well known spots to check out; Wedding Cake Rock, Eagle Head Rock and the Figure 8 Pools. All information on these walks can be found in the … Continue reading Weekend Warrior Vol.3
Hope everyone had a good and safe Easter! As my boyfriend is working away we decided to meet somewhere in the middle to avoid flying with the high prices. We decided on South West Rocks. It is about five hours north of Sydney and a hour and a half south of Coffs. We had our … Continue reading South West Rocks
As both me and my boyfriend have to go home in July all our annual leaves has been used for that trip. We decided to make the most of the long weekends instead. The first long weekend being Australia Day weekend at the end of January. On Thursday morning of Australia Day we set off … Continue reading Tasmania