If our expenses could talk they would be holding back tears and joyfully screaming “THAT WAS A DAMN GOOD MONTH!” Yep, we blew the $500 weekly budget out of the water this month but, I guess that was always going to happen when a boy’s trip was on the cards!
It was finally time to ditch Benny and the big beast and take my little beast on her first overnighter! I had “I can’t wait for the weekend to begin” stuck in my head on repeat all week. Finally, Saturday came, I was locked and loaded and on my way
“There is no denying that there is evil in this world but, the light will always conquer the darkness” The aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Debbie has without a doubt been absolutely devastating/heartbreaking and our prayers are with those who have been affected in any way, directly and indirectly. The big
If you are planning a trip to Sydney (let’s be honest, who isn’t?) and have some spare time up your sleeve, exploring the Blue Mountains National Park should be at the top of your ‘to do list’! Unless, drowning in tanned, toned bodies at Bondi Beach is your type of adventure. The Blue Mountains
For some, adventure is a fresh pair of underwear, a different pub on a Friday night or a new pizza topping. For others the experience usually involves the mountains and the ocean, camping, living wild and free. While your current lifestyle is comfortable and comforting, we urge you to stop
Bryon Bay; where we go to get ‘high’ on life and happiness, where shoes, bras and showering are optional and where drum circles and lighthouse walks are apart of daily life. You don’t need a rubber arm to go to Byron because we all know why we go; to soak
Even with no jobs and to-do lists longer than a female’s toilet que at a musical festival, there was no better way to escape the normality of life than an overnight mid-week adventure to an ancient wonderland, the Bunya Mountains. Snaking our way through Bunya National Park, just over 1000m
Inspired by the recent blockbuster documentary ‘Everest’, we packed the van and gallivanted inland for some adventure. By no stretch of the imagination are we expert hikers like the Sherpas; heck we are not even close to those mountaineers conquering Everest. Waking up in the bush on a Sunday morning
When the silhouette of the sandstone mountain range emerges upon the horizon 60 kilometres away you cannot help but realise the vastness of Carnarvon National Park. With just under an hour left of driving, we were sitting on the edge of our seats like a champagne cork ready to burst.