It’s a glorious late autumn afternoon when I’m walking among the warm honey coloured sandstone ruins. It feels almost surreal that a place that is so haunting and enriched with so much terror still have such natural beauty. Port Arthur … Continue reading
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A month ago I took the ferry across the Bass Strait to Tasmania. An often forgotten part of Australia. A lot of people seems a bit afraid of the cold…Which to be honest is very exaggerated and so not a … Continue reading
The autumn air is crisp and fresh. The morning mist is thick, the sun struggles to shine through. Gusts of strong wind blow wistfully in every direction. Those long summer days with temperatures up to 35°c are long gone. The … Continue reading
Lying about 5km from the small surf town of Torquay, along what is known as the Surf Coast, Bells Beach is perhaps Australia’s most iconic surf spot. (And that is not because of the movie Point Break). Bells Beach is a place engraved in … Continue reading
What was planned to only be a couple of months in Melbourne, just long enough to save up a little bit of cash somehow very quickly turned to 5…Lesson 1: Saving money is not particularly easy in Australia… Lesson 2: … Continue reading
13 years ago in St Kilda began the success story that is Lentil as Anything. At the time its founder, the Sri Lankan born Shanaka Fernando was living in a tent. By choice I might ad. Today Lentil as Anything serves … Continue reading
For more than 3 months now I’ve been living in Melbourne, Australia’s second largest city and culture capital, with its many art galleries, extensive live music scene, green parks, and an almost snobbish coffee culture it’s not hard to see … Continue reading