Fabulous Fes.

 Our journey through Morocco is like an ancient rainbow, around every magical corner is a laneway that leads to a souk with walls that have so much character they are aged to perfection and alive with colours of yesteryear, just from being painted and painted. Our tour rolled out of Chefchaouen and onto the road again. I am a big believer in manifesting your ideas and dreams to make them…

The Blue Pearl of North Africa

Hello from Chefchaouen the magical blue city in Northern Africa – Our little group of ladies are blending well. It can take a few days on a small group tour to find your groove, but lucky for us Alyssa has a lot of repeat clients and has also been chatting with the group. In fact there was a what’s app group set up a couple of weeks ahead of…

Morocco small group travel

I’ll shortly be heading off on another adventure, back to North Africa, and whilst I have been to Morocco twice before, this time around, I’m joining Alyssa from Solomade Travel on one of her small group tours. Based out of Melbourne Alyssa is a registered travel agent and organises tours/day trips both domestically and internationally from Australia. Alyssa also organised my flights, which was a bonus and…

Remote Island adventures in Tasmania

In the D’Entrecastreaux Channel off the coast of Bruny Island Tasmania, is a tiny, wild and private Island – Satellite Island.   I’ve dreamed about visiting this beautiful remote privately owned Island and was lucky enough to join a small group of ladies from other parts of Australia on an unforgettable 4 night stay whilst the world was in lockdown It was everything I dreamed of and more. A…

Escape to Hamilton Island

In May 2021 in between lockdown, we packed our cosies and escaped the cooler days in Sydney to travel and feel the warmth of the Whitsundays. Both Steve and I have been to the Whitsundays separately before and to be honest probably avoided “Hamo” because it was too big or commercial. FYI; for an easy get out to the reef, or to just spend a few days on…

Broken Hill

   I’m travelling with my 84 year old Dad and we have a whole weeks worth of adventures around the far west corner of NSW planned. Our journey started in Sydney, leaving home at 5:00am to catch our 6:18am Outback Explorer train from Central Railway station making several stops at country towns on the way before our arrival in Broken Hill. The train trip is a…