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Iconic Photos: To take or not to take?

There are many schools of thought on taking that traditional iconic photo. When I was at TBEX this summer, I went to the Photography seminar with Peter West Carey and Kirsten Alana, two photographers (and now  friends) who I admire…

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Ellen’s Point- Travel Photo Thursday

After spending most of the day driving around Kangaroo Island, we stumbled upon Ellen’s Point at the perfect moment. We were completely by ourselves- not a soul in sight- with a light breeze and the smell of the ocean. We…

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The Wonderful World of Seals

Seal Bay on Kangaroo Island Laying out a map of Kangaroo Island is like starring at a map of Disneyland. There are all these little “worlds” to explore and you want to try to fit it all in before your…

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Best Trip Ever!

It might be true that, for travelers, the world only gets larger; for every sight seen or every city visited, two more are added to the bucket list.  However, it is also true that a person never forgets their first…

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Traveler’s Night In: Australia Edition

This week’s topic on Traveler’s Night In, a “tweet-up” for travelers, was Australia.  Ten questions were asked, tagged #TNI, and afterwards I was ready to book another trip to the land down under! (Yes, insert cheese-y line here) There were several trends…

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Queensland Recovery Trip Giveaway

Queensland may just be one of my favorite areas of Australia, so when I was sent an email regarding the devastation that has happened because of the recent floods, I knew I had to share this opportunity.  Down Under Answers and…

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Don’t Panic: How to Survive Cape Tribulation

Cape Tribulation, in north Queensland Australia, is known for its beautiful beaches, ancient rain forest and mangrove forests. However, within this stunning backdrop lie deadly forces just waiting to attack you. Our tour guide described the life threatening encounters that…

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An Afternoon in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens

With Spring’s first blooms in Sydney, there is no better way to enjoy the weather and scenery than by spending an afternoon at The Royal Botanic Gardens. These 75 acres are home to over 45,000 plants, sweeping views of the city, a glimpse…

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Iconic Photos: To take or not to take?
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Clifford’s Honey Farm on Kangaroo Island

There are tons of things to do on Kangaroo Island, and one that took me by surprise was Clifford’s Honey Farm.  Selling honey everything (honey, honey mead, honey ice cream) this place is a shrine to the delicious.  Maybe I’m…

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Sunsets Around Australia

This is a compilation of sunsets we saw while we visited Australia’s East Coast.  From Kangaroo Island to Cape Trib, we saw some of the most amazing sunsets I have ever seen. This videos was created for #sunsetsundays on twitter,…

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Surfing Tips with Let’s Go Surfing at Bondi Beach

Australia is home to some of the best surfing breaks in the world, and one of the top spots is Bondi Beach, in Sydney.  The waves here vary from season to season, and offer everything from expert to beginner conditions.  Don’t…

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Iconic Photos: To take or not to take?
December 22, 2011
Ellen’s Point- Travel Photo Thursday
May 12, 2011
The Wonderful World of Seals
April 14, 2011