The last destination of our world trip, New York. For Tamar, New York (NY) was a ‘must visit’ location, a place she has wanted to visit all her life. Originally, our main plan was taking a freight ship back to Rotterdam from NY, as in the past many people travelled by ship between New York […]Read more "Living the urban life in New York"
Stunning landscapes, delightful people and a million wild llamas. We wandered the wild and chilled in the cities. Definitely should be on your list!Read more "Bolivia"
Trekking through temperate (read: cold) rainforests, over deserted beaches to harvest bountiful seafood right on the beach to hiking through the snow in the Canadian Rockies, we jammed so much into to our two week visit. We are happy that squeezed in this country into our world travels two months prior before our arrival. We […]Read more "The Great Canadian Outdoors – Rainforests and Snow capped Rockies"
Like a lot of people, Hawaii was one of our dream destinations. Lucky for us, Hawaii was an excellent stopover on our way to Canada. The time we spend on Oahu really lived up our dream. The new (slackline) friends that we made during our stay at the island were responsible for a big part […]Read more "Hawaii – Outdoor fun 101"
100km out to sea, nothing in sight. Clear, blue water lapping on the shore of pure white sandy beaches. Abundant wildlife including: turtles, sharks, stingrays, fishes and 1000s of birds. All located on a beautiful and isolated section of the Great Barrier Reef. David spent years here as a child, we were so happy we […]Read more "Four days on a desert island (Part 3)"
Christmas in Australia! Very hot, steamy and sunny weather, totally normal for Australians. It is something you definitely have to get used to if you are used to a cold winter Christmas yourself. Woodford Folk Festival on the other hand doesn’t need any to get use too, this cultural music festival is magical. Also, time […]Read more "Part 2: Christmas, Woodford and visiting family & friends"
Coastal Victoria, The states New South Wales (NSW) and Queensland (QLD). Koalas, kangaroos & emus. Camping, beaches, swimming, waterfalls. Family & friends. Christmas and Woodford Folk Festival. So much fun! Oh, and a desert island! Part 1: Driving home for Christmas: Melbourne to North Dorrigo Road trip time! We left Melbourne later then planned, but […]Read more "5000km of Fun along Australia’s East Coast (Part 1)"
Abundant wildlife and stunning untouched wildernesses make Tasmania one of the most gorgeous places we have seen so far. Two weeks was just enough to give us a taste of this amazing Australian state, its cuisine as varied as its wildlife. Melbourne We arrived at Melbourne airport in the early hours of Friday morning, had […]Read more "Back to nature in Tasmania"
Think only Latinos can dance salsa? Think again! The dancing performances and general level of salsa was amazing, with people from Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, India and of course Thailand giving professional shows. We must say though, that the performances given by the 6 time world champions from Brazil, was spectacular, check out this link […]Read more "Dancing salsa in Thailand"
As we arrived in Delhi, the sun gently illuminated this vibrant city of 20 million people and it would be our home for the next 5 days. Tamar had warned David many, many times to expect a hectic scene when leaving the airport, but it turned out to be less crazy than when Tamar arrived […]Read more "India: Chai, Chaos and Trains"