Category Archive: Love it

Christmas in Australia (Part 2)

You know it’s getting closer to Christmas in Australia when….. The garden is getting pretty with bright gerberas and the air is heavy with the scent of star jasmine in the summer evenings.… Continue reading

Christmas in Australia

Christmas seems to sneak up on us more quickly each year and before you know it you’re only a fortnight or so away from the main event! In Adelaide the first thing that… Continue reading

You Had Me At Happily Imperfect Host

If you have a love for writing you’re more than likely to be an avid reader too. I must admit I mostly read and borrow books from my local library but I always… Continue reading

Signs of the Times

As the old song goes, signs, signs, everywhere are signs. You can’t avoid them in everyday life but when you’re travelling and more conscious of your surroundings or more likely to be looking for signs,… Continue reading

Supporting Australian Music as you Travel

November is Aus Music Month, a time to celebrate and support Australian music and artists. Having live music at venues for everyone to enjoy is something that is a real drawcard when we… Continue reading

Aussie Backyard Bird Count

Did you know that this week you have the opportunity to participate in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count? It is running from the 22nd to the 28th of October and has been organized… Continue reading

I Choose SA Day

This is a clever initiative that was thought up by the organization, Brand South Australia. They are an independent organization that proudly promotes South Australia and all things SA business and locally made… Continue reading

Maps Improve Your Brain Power!

I read a newspaper article recently that discussed the loss of the skill of map reading and the importance that this skill has on keeping our brains actively making connections. This is probably something… Continue reading

Don’t leave home without it

What little luxuries do you take on holidays? Caravan and camping doesn’t mean you have to go without your favourite things. When you are travelling on a long road trip you are probably… Continue reading

One Paddock Winery, Currency Creek SA

South Australia is well known for its wine regions, perhaps the most famous is the Barossa Valley but equally as good are McLaren Vale and the Fleurieu Region, Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills but… Continue reading