We have always been asking for demands from this beautiful mountain forests, and because of these forests, we have met a group of outstanding and interesting souls during all of these walks…
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I guess Joe might mistakenly get lost and come to our hiking group. Otherwise, some BBQ eater group or seafood grourmet gangster should be his dream destiny!
Read more “Picnic at Little Bay”
I was alway curious about why some people are so addicted to skiing seems like it is the most fun activity in the world! I understood it since I came with Le Le and learned the snow board in Perisher with some big ski fan friends.
Read more “Ski Season in Perisher”
Carriageworks is a diverse arts spaces & a Saturday farmers’ market in a 19th-century railyard & blacksmith workshop. However, for us, it is a fantastic place for taking some “steel style” photos!
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I would say it a feast, a party, not a hiking activity! Guys were screaming when they saw wine, beers, cheesecake, chocolate, battercake… popcorn (excuse me?) magically jumped onto the table! Some people intended to losing weight, sorry to let you down.
Read more “Heathcote to Loftus”
Mount Keira has a beautiful lookout on the top of its summit. Standing there, the whole Wollongong city will be in your eyes. What would you find if climbing the mount via a track route?
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Since winter comes, Vivid Sydney becomes another grant event that many people anticipate. Every year, the lights have been organized differently. However, more and more people would like to join this lights feast.
Read more “2019 Vivid Sydney – Milsons Point”
Hanfu becomes popular in recent days! More and more Chinese show themselves wearing traditional clothes in public. It looks really amazing with ceremonial sense.
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This is one of the most beautiful city hiking routes in Sydney, here we came the second time! We caught up the bus from Wynyard Station and headed to The Spit Bridge, then started our trip.
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Camping on an island is one of the most romantic activities we’ve implemented in Sydney. This 3-day camping adventure on the island brought us beautiful beach snorkeling, island hiking, wonderful dinner, and a splendid galaxy watching!
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Mount bank is one of my favorite scenery points in the Blue Mountains area. You will see a soul-stirring panorama image when you stand beside the cliff!
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This was the last day we were on the island. Friends gradually went to the airport to catch their flights back to Sydney. I decided to have a short tour of its capital city – Hobart.
Read more “Tour Tasmania Part 6 – Hobart”
We are definitely not gastronomists! but nobody doesn’t like delicious food. Due to the 40°C of the local temperature of that day, we failed to find a possible detour to get to the Wineglass Bay Lookout, and turned our attention to eating instead.
Read more “Tour Tasmania Part 5 – Eating Time!”
Bridestowe Lavender Farm might be one of the most famous places in Tasmania! Might because of the popular purple bear on social media? I guess. There are a lot of amazing spots at north-east Tasmania, The Giant Windmill Farm for example.
Read more “Tour Tasmania Part 4 – Bridestowe Lavender”
Happy New Year 2019! We spent our new year eve at an unknown spot beside a lake. A place only 4X4 could drive through! A lot of fun places were passed without staying, our captain was eager to find a perfect place to collect abalone!
Read more “Tour Tasmania Part 3 – New Year Hotpot and Town Stanley”
This was the second day of our road trip. The missing crew Sophie who just finished her Overland Hiking experience and joined us which completed our tour Tas team.
Read more “Tour Tasmania Part 2 – Gordon Dam”
If time could fly backward, I would join this 9-day tour Tasmania trip again, without any question! You do not have too many chances to travel like this, driving a 4X4 with friends and sleeping in the roof tents possibly anywhere you like!
Read more “Tour Tasmania Part 1 – Bruny Island”