The Great Ocean Road will always hold a special place in my heart. This winding stretch of road will forever be to me a place of happy memories and new adventures; a place where a new relationship blossomed.
Quick! What’s the first think you think about when you hear the words “New Zealand”? The breathtaking scenery? The wildlife? Orcs marching across the land?
Today my thoughts about shadows are more of the figurative variety than the literal. Today I’m thinking about the shadows of the past, in particular one of the most shaping experiences of my life.
On January 31, 2007 I stepped onto a plane in Ottawa to take the first leg of my personal grand adventure in Australia. One of my major motivations for starting university was just to be able to spend a year abroad studying
When I found out that this weeks #FriFotos theme was Lakes I was a bit disappointed because last week I’d already shared my favourite place in the world, my grandparents lakeside cottage in Quebec. What other lake could I share, I thought, and then I had a lightbulb moment. Dove Lake in Tasmania!
On Friday it was announced that Christchurch Cathedral in New Zealand would have to be demolished after the damage inflicted on the historic building in the February 2011 earthquake.
New Zealand is unlike anywhere else I’ve ever travelled, full of rugged landscapes and seemingly untouched wilderness. This weeks Friday photo is of one such place, where snow-capped mountains reach for the clouds and swathes of wild lupins stretch for miles. Unforgettable.
My happy place is under the sea at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia! I don’t think there is any place better!