Sense of Place, Memory and Identity

I’m definitely in Melbourne. I’m sitting in a dark and moody hipster pub drinking a surprisingly good ‘house red’. The billboards out the front still advertise live bands on different nights of the week, not just ‘steak night’ or ‘kids eat free’ on Sundays. There’s Read More …

The Importance of Travel: How to reignite your life

Do you remember the clarity of childhood? The way the world seemed so new, vibrant and curious? I remember the cool steel of the polished monkey bars against my supple, naïve hands. I remember the sweet smell of jasmine ascending the air at my Grandmother’s Read More …

55+ Weekend Getaways from Mumbai – Infographic

Mumbai is one of the most eclectic cities in India, perhaps the world. The former Bombay is a traveller’s delight. Aside from the being an enchanting city, it’s also surrounded by some of the most interesting and awe-inspiring places you could visit. This city that Read More …

The Philosophy of Travelling: Setting the Right Frame of Mind for Adventure

By now, we’ve probably seen, heard, and read more ideas about travelling than ever before. It’s also safe to say we live in a world where more and more people put a premium on this somewhat life-changing aspect. Whether short trips or month-long vacation tours, Read More …

The 6 Best Family Vacation Ideas in Palawan

Guest Post by Carmela Alvarez – Let’s Palawan Family vacations are perfect occasions to connect with your children and explore the great outdoors together. Taking an exciting trip with the family does not only bring joy to the faces of the young ones but it’s also Read More …

Qantas – The Spirit of Sarcasm

As Australians, we are notoriously sarcastic. I have mixed feelings on sarcasm. Obviously, the effect that sarcasm has will always depend on the way in which it’s used. Yet, some people allow sarcasm out in their language whenever they see fit without any such consideration for the Read More …

Manila from above

Manila is one of those sprawling, seemingly improvised cities that only starts to make sense once you get above the thrum of traffic and buzz of motorbikes. You need to get high up away from the endless tin-roofed colourful shanty towns and closer to the Read More …