You know the Chinese have made a mirror image of the city of Hallstatt. Continue reading
It’s Saturday! Today I had Kneipp therapy at six-thirty in the morning. Josef was up in the room and asked me how long it would take and suggested we go to breakfast at around seven-thirty, eight o’clock. Continue reading
Just have to share these photos, am so inspired by the natural beauty here! Continue reading
This is called “Reif” in German, when the fog freezes on the trees and makes a magical winterwonderland. Continue reading
And the trip continues . I was writing the board log, recording all the stops and starts, rivers crossed and cities visited.
This one starts in Cooktown at the lighthouse and then driving down again. Continue reading
After spending a week at the Barrier Reef with Josef in the middle of Australia’s winter, June 2016, I came back home to Mum’s in Melbourne Continue reading
Yes, I want to teach and encourage my kids to keep up the learning. Continue reading
So for our last day in Far North Queensland, I set my alarm to wake us up at eight o’clock. The days up here are less than twelve hours of daylight and it has been hard to get up when it is still dark.
And the last day continues. After a shower and some dry clothes, we got into the car and took a drive around Port Douglas. We stopped at the Wildlife Habitat just before they closed at five and I bought some spray for itchy stings and some Aussie chocolate, I mean real Aussie chocolate