Angel Girl: Feel the warmth of the light
Blue Hills: Let health and wellness embrace you
Sail Away: let stress fade away as you spend time immersing yourself in this nature image.
Camels on Cable Beach: soak up the beauty of the sunset and the peace of the evening.

Queen of Sheeba

If you are an orchid lover like me you will know how that name gets the heart beating and the pulse racing. The Queen of Sheeba is one very rare and very beautiful lady. I could add it here, but where’s the fun in that… we were traveling and asking all we passed if they had seen any orchids, after two days at one camp someone let us know they had found the Queen.. Excitement plus as we raced to Continue reading

New Camera, where do I start?

This is a question I am often asked. We upgrade either because our old camera died or because we want a camera with more options or some lovely person buys us a fantastic gift, but suddenly we are looking at something that seems to talk a different language to the one we are used to. My first instruction is going to sound really basic and overwhelming at the same time, but keep reading. Firstly, read the manual….I know it’s huge Continue reading

Unexpected changes

Sometimes life gives us lemon, this is a great time to learn to make lemonade. My husband got some sandfly bites in Darwin and by the time we got to Kununurra we should have gone and seen a DR, but men being men, he didn’t want to, so we treated them with tea tree and silver and they appeared to be clearing up. We spent a few days camping out before we got to Roebuck Roadhouse and caravan Park about Continue reading

Health Retreat Kununurra

I noticed something the other day, when we are away time flies, but for those at home life goes on at the same old pace. So sorry I haven’t posted more often or kept in touch as much as I normally would. I feel like I am on a health retreat, inside this beautiful bubble, but I know when others go away, I miss them and wish they would stay in touch. I wish I could bring each of you Continue reading

Darwin

Well after 4300km Rosie is ready to rest up for a bit, so we are stopping in Darwin for a few weeks. We are camped up on families block and loving being part of the family and getting to spend time with the kids again.               Last night was Friday 13th and a full moon. When this happens it is said to be a Strawberry Moon, so needless to say I had to have Continue reading

Mindil Beach Markets

Everyone who has ever lived in or visited Darwin will tell you you have to go to Mindil Markets at least once. These Markets are an icon in Darwin, they are on Thursday night and Sunday night each week. They are traditional markets, plus fantastic live entertainment and a sunset to die for on the beach. They start around 4pm. The trick is to get there early or you will have a long walk from where you park. Once you Continue reading