Finding peace in remote Western Australia with little contact to the “normal” world.
A weekend in Sydney, perfect for taking in a few sites, catch up with friends and just generally relax.
Tokyo, the last stop for me in Japan.
Hakone, is a place of peace and relaxation. A mountaintop filled with a sulphur mine, galleries and museums, with onsens drawing guests in.
The historical city of Nara is an easy day trip from Kyoto, just be careful of the “friendly” deer.
Kyoto is such an easy city to just walk around and capture the everyday life.
Once the capital of Japan, now a great place to base yourself on a Japanese adventure.
Miyajima Island is made famous for its floating torii gate, but away from the shrine the island is named after, it offers so much more.
Hiroshima once decimated by the atomic bomb, now one of the most peaceful and friendly cities in Japan (well I think so anyway)
Making the journey up Mt Koya to find some inner peace and mindfulness amongst the greenery.
When Mum says “there’s not much to do in Osaka” I try to prove her wrong.
Turquoise Highway, once renowned for mining, now the sets of well known movies and television series.
From the old of Santa Fe to the new, Meow Wolf is not your normal art exhibition, but an overwhelming feast for the senses.
Exploring the old in Santa Fe
A town named after a rock, but truly an oasis in the desert.