Welcome to paradise, West Indies France! So many beaches, so little time. Here are my top picks based on photogenic, walk/stroll, activities offering and snorkel quality.
That ‘disappearing’ path thing is not unique to Mount St Michel in France. Here in St Malo, the ‘island’ is a lot smaller and there are no hotels/restaurants on it… there’s no body on it. Fond memories of my drunken travel in France.
I walked along the coast from Palm Cove to Clifton Beach, it was a ‘stunningness’ walk. The mesmerising coastline, fine sand, captivating Aussie men (I started to believe that lots of Aussie men possess the Thor genes)… Amazing view all around lol. One way walk was 2.8km. Stunningness!! (free to do) […]
Near death experience. November is the beginning of box jellyfish aka ‘stingers’ season in Australia. Box jelly man have a top rating for pain and some species can cause death by cardiovascular arrest. O, November also happens to be crocodiles’ active season.
Beautiful beaches beyond believe! White fine sand, black sand, yellow sand… all on ONE island!!! Welcome to the French Caribbeans. Guadeloupe, the butterfly island 😀
There is actually nothing to do in this town, which is why it is so fabulous. Quietness like you never know. Think uninterrupted coast line, zero traffic and peaceful sleep.
Beautiful town – beach, great seafood and flat landscape perfect for bicycle ride. Skagen, Northern tip of Denmark. This was a day trip from Goteborg. Hopped onto the Stena line – Goteborg to Fredrikshamn (3hr 15min ). Stena line was a large ferry with entertainment, restaurant, bar, souvenir shop […]
Gone were the days where there were no fences. Fences are now built in the name of animal protection. Sadly these small buddies have dwindled in numbers over the years. Estimation: There are only 2000 of them left!!!
As usual, I did not plan this at all. It was the earliest available ferry. Outlying island of Hong Kong, it had the old school charm of a fishing port. Smells a little bit fishy, but hey, chilled and lovely. Nice change from the main island. Wandering aimlessly does have its merit. […]