Continuing on the Essential Australia Series we move onto the city I personally have had the privilege of calling home on numerous occasions, Sydney.
As Australia’s most iconic city, Sydney’s reputation is well established and very well deserved. There are a huge amount of highlights and essential experiences offered available to even the newest traveller, and it is this, alongside a quasi-idyllic lifestyle that Sydney one of the Wanderlust capitals of the travelling community. … More Essential Australia – Sydney
With the daily post photo challenge being that of Friend, there is only one clear choice, that encapsulates that word better than any other here at A Wandering Memory. … More It’s all about the Team
After a few weeks off the Essential Australia Series, we wanted to revisit and provide a catch up of the current series…
We have been very lucky in travelling the majority of the tourist routes in and around Australia.
We have travelled overland to: … More Essential Australia – Catch Up
In a few months, the oldest of our cousins children aka the ‘next generation’, is taking to the open road and going travelling! I am so proud!
She is heading to Europe for a number of months over the summer so I thought I would put together a few options and insights.
She is already set on the Inter-rail option; which upon further investigation is by far a better option than flying. Although flying can seem cheap with the so called ‘budget airlines’ it is inflexible and booking last minute can be expensive. … More European Adventure
Unfortunately we are getting less and less time to read all of the amazing blogs out there, as our new-born son has now reached the tender age of 5 months, and is taking up all of our time. We wouldn’t have it any other way of course, he is a marvel to us on a daily basis J
However in this Spotlight edition we’d like to do something a little different and share a post from a blog that was so captivating and inspiring. … More Spotlight – Brakes for Beauty
Next up on the Spotlight series is the incredible Nature has no boss run by Mike Bizeau.
This blog is a little different to others we have reviewed thus far, as Mike’s words are secondary to his incredible photography. Mike concentrates on the concept of nature and our natural surroundings that are sometimes overlooked in our busy day-to-day lives. … More Spotlight – Nature Has No Boss
I recently blogged about materialism and how it has struck me that I have become more materialistic recently. Within that piece I also wrote
I was disconnected from the world, yet I never felt more connected with myself and what was around me.
This simply flowed from my mind when I was writing, and it really resonated with me. I think especially as we have just come back from our first family holiday with our first child. … More Over Connected!
There is nothing as important as family.
As this troop of elephants demonstrate, with two young siblings of the similar age.
Hopefully they will continue their family Heritage for years to come. … More Sibling Heritage
It has dawned on me recently that the longer I am home the more materialistic. This realisation came when I was recently contemplating replacing my perfectly good IPhone for the latest iteration! … More Memories over Materialism
Whilst traveling, it is inevitable that you will meet a host of eclectic people (even if you don’t particularly want to). Some you will have an instant connection with, some you won’t. Some you will keep in touch with for years to come and some will become a fading memory. … More Connections – Revisited