Located on the island of Tasmania, Hobart is Australia’s southernmost capital.The next landfall after that is Antarctica. Its fair to say that being the only Australian capital located on an island, its unique for many reasons. Settled in 1804 the port town was bestowed the name of Hobart after a colonial secretary. Both the island… Read More The Silver Light of Hobart Town
Sydney is my past,I grew up in one of its suburbs by the harbour then moved to other locales where I lived until I moved to the Blue Mountains. I could say I know it well but only in how it used to be. How it is now and how its becoming are very different… Read More New Year,Old Sydney
As you can tell by the title of my blog, I like to travel light.This applies not just to tangible baggage but also to intangible things that can weigh you down like habits, beliefs and behaviours which don’t support your current life or future goals. Tangible is easy, you see a dress or sweater you… Read More Lightening the Load
The camera, whether hi-tech for a professional photographer or a simple mobile phone for others, is essential equipment for the modern traveller. After all, half of the journey involves showing, not just telling, others where you have been. And its no longer just for travel but for recording the mundane aspects as well as the… Read More The camera Never Lies, But Does it Destroy Memory?