Today became known as Glacier Day. Norway has around 1600 glaciers on the mainland. Our goal today was to visit two of them, Briksdalsebreen and Kjenndalsbreen…
Welcome to Norway! We’ve arrived in Stryn, and will soon be going on an epic road trip through the country. But first we are exploring the Nordfjord area. The weather in Stryn was not so good, but it seemed to be better further west, so we decided to head in that direction.
It’s always nice to have some common interests with your partners family. Especially nice when that common interest is a hobby you’ve had for many years, and they’re equally into it. This time that hobby is photography, and that brought us on a family road trip to Maizuru, and the Maizuru Natural Culture Garden. Maizuru […]
Ahh Kyoto… The cultural capital of Japan. Around every corner there’s a temple or a shrine, or some other ancient sight to see. It’s also where you’ll get real embarrassed to be a tourist. When you’re in Japan, you have to go to Kyoto. In fact, travelling to Japan and not going to Kyoto is […]
A delayed post about our trip to Koyasan, Wakayama with our friends. It’s pretty heavy on pictures, which we hope makes up for it.
One of not only Osakas, but Japans, most famous and historical landmarks is Osaka Castle… While Osaka castle is often considered to be less impressive than Himeji castle in neighbouring Hyogo prefecture, Osaka castle played a major role in the unification of Japan, and is a must-visit spot for when you’re in the area. The […]
Having recently relocated to Japan, it’s time to explore the new surroundings.
Spring has arrived in Sydney, so we decided to take a trip into the Blue Mountains for a hike…
When you pass Cockatoo Island on a ferry it does’t look like much. Old warehouses and a “camping” site is what you can see, but once you step on to the island you discover there is a lot more to explore.
One of the best parts of living in Sydney is that there are so many places you can go for a hike. Mt. Ku-Ring-Gai is one of those places…