Dockatot

We began our great lap of Australia in our 1962 vintage spilt screen kombi. With limited space and a baby in tow our luggage required some great thought. Every piece of clothing and every cup and saucer was thoughtfully placed. Selecting the necessary baby items from the not so necessary wasn’t all that easy for […]

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16 Days on the Road

Climbing out of bed, and slowly walking along the coastline, Riley is bouncing – he cannot believe he is at the beach soo early. A careful walk along the rocks until he reaches the sand where he discovers little rock pools to dip his toes in. He is glistening in the light and in seconds […]

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My Tokyo

After 4 long years based in Tokyo, one would hope that I would have a book full of tricks to survive here…?? We live in the heart of Tokyo better known as the Minato-ku district. It’s a great spot to be. We are in close proximity to Tamachi station – Tamachi connects to both Haneda […]

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Byron Bay in Izzie

She made it! she was trucked and trained to Brisbane. What better start to our kombi cruise than a few stops in the surfy town of Byron Bay. Dozens of kombis live here – yet lizzie still turned heads and picked up a few friends. Though she isn’t ready for our big trip as she […]

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Rileys Great Ocean Road Adventure

For twelve months, the three of us have been discovering the world, tantalising our cultural senses, taking in the sights and sounds of the modern, historical and natural world. It has been a wonderful adventure but … We were well and truly ready for something a little slower paced. Searching for some quiet time, and […]

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Un/Subscribe

We are excited to share our recent feature and very first interview with our talented and good friend Robyn at Un/Subscribe Magazine We are travel addicts! —I guess mixing an ex-flight attendant and a pilot together created this. Both Lock and I have always felt the urge to see and experience the world and witness […]

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Eating on the go

Eating healthy can be tricky while travelling – especially while breastfeeding. Feeding my little truck has completely thrown my food game, as a once salt lover to a now sugar craver! A big part in travelling is to eat! we love to take the time to try new dishes and local delights, this often leads […]

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Baby Its Cold Outside

New Zealanders have always classed the Canadians as their friendly counterparts. Both countries have distinctively stunning scenery and nature, particularly mountains, lakes and glaciers. So, as a kiwi, I needed to make this comparison for myself. We were heading for Whistler, the holy grail of snow villages. Our home in Queenstown, NZ, is a popular […]

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Está volao – CUBA

Lock and I had huge talks about visiting Havana, intrigued about this old island. Our fascination grew more after our friends shared their experience of salsa nights and Cuban sandwiches. They recommended visiting before the tourist population grows, and already the country is opening up to foreign visitors since the embargo was lifted by Obama. […]

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Mother’s Day

As dad puts on his uniform and packs for work, we make an impulse decision to join him. He was heading to Bangkok for a few days and we thought why not follow? After scrambling together our bags, snacks and bottles, we too were packed and ready to race out the door. We make the […]

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