Oceania

Sydney Travel Guide

Sydney is probably the most recognisable city associated with Australia, it is a major gateway to Australia and has lots of world famous landmarks and famous beaches. I have been lucky enough to travel to Sydney on many occasions with my work. With the airline I work for we stop over in Sydney for about […]

The Great Ocean Road Travel Guide

My husband and I travelled along the Great Ocean Road a few years back, as my brother in law lives in Adelaide. We decided to fly out to Melbourne to meet him there and spend a few nights there then all drive along the Great Ocean Road together back to Adelaide. We spent a few […]

Melbourne Mini Guide

When visiting Australia one place that is always mentioned is Melbourne, and after visiting I can see why. Melbourne is a large cosmopolitan city on Australia’s south east coast. Melbourne is really quirky and has a cool edge to it, with lots of bars, restaurants, shops and street art you definitely won’t be bored here. […]

Kangaroo Island Mini Guide

Kangaroo Island is an absolute must when visiting South Australia. I haven’t heard of many people I know visiting it, and really can’t understand why more people don’t travel over to this gorgeous island. It is absolutely stunning and has so much to offer to anyone visiting. My husband and I travelled to Kangaroo Island […]

Adelaide Mini Guide

Adelaide isn’t the first place that people tend to think of when they think of Australia, normally Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast seem to over shadow this small city in South Australia. I was pleasantly surprised by Adelaide, this quaint city actually has lots to do both in and out of the city. Adelaide […]

New Zealand’s South Island Ultimate Guide

New Zealand was somewhere my husband and I had always dreamed of travelling to. We both managed to get 2 months off work, and decided to go to New Zealand for 5 weeks, and added on the Cook Islands, Hong Kong and Macao towards the end of our trip. My husband had always wanted to […]

New Zealand’s North Island Ultimate Guide

New Zealand was somewhere my husband and I had always dreamed of travelling to. We both managed to get 2 months off work, and decided to go to New Zealand for 5 weeks, and added on the Cook Islands, Hong Kong and Macao towards the end of our trip. My husband had always wanted to […]

Aitutaki Travel Guide

I have been wanting to travel to Aitutaki for a long time, so when my husband and I decided to travel to New Zealand, I knew we had to tag The Cook Islands onto our trip, as it’s pretty straight forward to reach The Cooks from Auckland, and to take an internal flight to Aitutaki […]

Rarotonga Travel Guide

Rarotonga will always be your first stop in the Cook Islands, as this is the largest and most visited island in the Cooks. This is down to it being home to the Cook Islands capital Avarua, and the international airport which has direct flights from Auckland, Sydney and Los Angeles. When we went to Rarotonga […]