A Complete Guide to Walking the Three Capes Track in Tasmania

A Complete Guide to Walking the Three Capes Track in Tasmania

Planning a trip to Tasmania? If so, you need to consider walking the Three Capes Track on the Tasman Peninsula. This 4 day, 48 km walk highlights the rugged beauty and amazing coastline of this stunning peninsula and is not to be missed. It’s not a particularly challenging walk, but it’s definitely worth doing in order to truly experience this area of Tasmania - the scenery was often jaw-dropping. Here I provide all the details you need in order to plan and thoroughly enjoy this beautiful walk.

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My Guide to Southern Sri Lanka

My Guide to Southern Sri Lanka

In January I found myself back in Sri Lanka, on a solo trip that I purposely designed to be slow, relaxing and peaceful. The last (and first) time I visited this lush, green island was in the fall 2015. At that time, a friend and I made our way around the island in a whirlwind, self-guided tour that left me exhilarated but exhausted. This time around I decided that things would be different, and so I planned a trip focusing more on wellness and less on culture. What I didn’t realize at the time of planning the trip was how much I needed this type of escape! 

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ON SAFARI IN KENYA: finding peace in the stillness

ON SAFARI IN KENYA: finding peace in the stillness

Some three weeks ago, I returned from a week on safari in the Maasai Mara of Kenya. The trip was everything I had hoped it would be -- and more. I didn't just come home with 4,000+ images; I also came home with a newfound appreciation for the calm I've created in my life since I stopped working. Read more about the unexpected ways in which this trip moved me - and why I still can't stop thinking about my time there.

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