What goes up, must come down. And, when it comes to hiking, the down part is easy. At least easier than up, anyway…but hiking down Mount Wellington in Hobart may be an exception.
In Hobart, Tasmania, Mount Wellington stands as a majestic 1270 meters and provides a sturdy backdrop to the city, guarding it from the elements.… Read the rest
Like most cities in Slovenia, Ljubljana is very walkable. However, the bright and wide pedestrian-only streets that run along the Ljubljana river are only the beginning of the many places to walk in the city center. The Slovenia mountains that linger in the distance are ripe with natural beauty and the logical destination for Slovenia hiking, but a trip to Triglav National Park and the Slovenia Alps isn’t necessary to get in touch with nature.… Read the rest
After our fun-time, budget-breaking friend Vinny left us for the Outback, Kris and I spent the better part of three days holed up in our studio apartment staring into our devices (It’s not all beaches and rainbows!). We need time to get caught up on the blog and social media and finally got down to the business of doing some serious research on Southeast Asia.… Read the rest
We love coastal walks, so when we read about the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk, it immediately became a must-do activity while on the Australian coast.
Starting on the south end of Bondi Beach at Icebergs, the paved trail leads 6km south to Coogee Beach, passing through Tamarama, Bronte and Clovelly beaches.… Read the rest