Travel, they say, broadens the mind, and that’s undoubtedly true. It has a number of other health benefits as well, so if you’re contemplating going on a journey, or you have to persuade the other half, here’s a few good reasons to give it a go.
If you’re not sure where to go, or what the experience may be like, you might enjoy my personal travel journey, where I record our experiences – with pictures.
Each of these links will get you to a page of links to posts for that trip. Then you can follow the links at the bottom of each post (although that doesn’t always work), or go back to the trip’s base page to find another link that takes your fancy. Enjoy.
|2019 Vietnam and Cambodia||The highlights of both countries|
|2019 NZ South Island||The highlights of NZ South Island”|
|2018 Norfolk Island||A return visit to Norfolk|
|2018 Europe||Wine, food, and public officers|
|2018 Bali||Too much traffic and a few animals|
|2018 Christchurch NZ||Earthquakes and natural wonder|
|2017 Norfolk Island||A look at the island and its history|
|2017 Perth – the City by the swan||A look at the city and how it has changed since I grew up there|
|2017 The Outback by train||A visit to the outback with a few train rides|
|2017 Europe – a series of unfortunate events||Rivers, towns and the Holocaust|
|2017 Off to FNQ||Far North Queensland – waterfalls, crocs, birds – and a cyclone|
|2017 Hong Kong and Macao||We visit Hong Kong and Macao|
|2016 Australian Walkabout||In which we zip around the continent in a month, going clockwise|
|2016 A visit to the Outback||We visit outback South Australia and fly over Lake Eyre in flood|
|2016 Amsterdam to Basel||We cruise the Rhine and Moselle from Amsterdam to Basel, then tour Switzerland for 4 days|
|2015 Bupapest to Amsterdam||We cruise the Danube-Main-Rhine from Budapest to Amsterdam in Autumn|
|2013 Australian Walkabout||In which we race around Australia via Mt Isa, Broome, Geraldton, Esperance and on across the Nullabor, home via Broken Hill|
|2011 Around the world||n which we race around the world via Amsterdam, the Baltic Sea, New York, Washington, and San Francisco|