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Avoiding the Bug in Travelling

Most travellers take time to plan for their much-awaited adventure overseas. This planning includes preparing itineraries, researching the destination, and understanding the culture as well as the tradition of the foreign land. However, most, if not all, overlook the possibility of contracting a bug that might ruin or cut short your stay. 1. Get and … Continue reading

Why We Love Tall Ships

Tall ships abound in the clear waters of Sydney Harbour. With their sails and masts that are enormous, they would not be unnoticed. Austerely waving like gargantuan wings of flightless birds afloat on the marina during windy weather. Their wooden structures are a sight to behold, markedly radiant as the sun shines on them. The … Continue reading

Photographing the photographer

Wandering is not just experiencing the place, or having a great time. For us, it is a moment to unravel not just what we do not know, but an opportunity to create memories that we wanted to remember. One of the most exciting things we have done is capturing photos, not just of the place, … Continue reading

Spring Cycle 2012: A Bike Ride Across Sydney

One of the best ways to see Sydney is on a bike ride. With numerous cycle ways around Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs, it is worthwhile to take on those bicycles and wander around.  The season of spring is just the right time to do cycling, and with various cycling events that are outlined in the Sydney … Continue reading

Milestones To Be Thankful For

It has been three months since Sean and I collaborated to bring about this blog site. Since then, we are more than grateful to our readers, friends and families who came and visited the site. It is heartening that with all the effort put into this small project of ours to journal our own adventures, … Continue reading

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