Admin work is easy but I don't get excited to go and do my job everyday. We just wake up, go to work, pay bills and wish we had more quality time with our kids. Sure I could aim for the stars and work my butt off to build an empire or I could take the time to enjoy to better things in life. A minimalist life seeing this beautiful country, enjoying time with my boy before he gets old enough to tell me he doesn't want to hang out with me!
We've been to a few places since my last blog. After Eden we went to Bermagui. This little town was one of our favs. We hiked headlands, explored beaches, adventured rock pools. Mum loved that this place had a brewery onsite with live music. We would've stayed longer but the internet was terrible and Mum... Continue Reading →
This week we arrived in Eden. We went to a museum which was a memorial to a killer whale called Old Tom. Back in 1800s Eden was a little whaling town. It has a very rare story of orcas and humans working together. Old Tom was the leader of his pod and they would hunt... Continue Reading →
We arrived at Mallacoota and checked in to a cosy little park. After going for a drive we realised that there was a huge caravan park that wrapped around the headland. We learned that we should always do a drive around before picking our spot. When the sun came out we explored the beaches at... Continue Reading →
To be honest when I first set off in Oct I thought by heading clockwise I'd be south in summer and north in Winter. I'm still loving the adventure but to be honest it's been tough. When we first set off our first stop was Forster to visit Gran and it was rainy and about... Continue Reading →
After Glenrowan we headed further down to Geelong to help Bek celebrate turning 40. Birthday's mean a lot to her now as she defeated breast cancer. Instead of asking for gifts she asked her and friends and family to donate to Love Your Sister and she raised over $1000. The week after the party we... Continue Reading →
we watched Jeremy perform as Captain James Cook, a Convict, Banjo Patterson and many more. I was so impressed with the show and Jeremy was amazing.
When we first entered the cave I was a bit nervous because it was dark, cold and cramped. The tour guide let me lead the group with the torch
Then we moved onto the Hunter Valley. The first thing I noticed was the fields and fields of grapevines. When we arrived at The Convent I thought this place is so posh!