Well it happened! I turned 60 around ten days ago and believe it or not nothing unpleasant occurred in the process! I didn’t suddenly gain more wrinkles, have to purchase a walker or a hearing aid, nor did I wake up with any new aches and pains.
There are few things in life that compare to a great Australian road trip, exploring foreign territory and popping in and out of pretty little towns, seeking out uncrowded beaches and discovering rich histories. One such road trip is the scenic South Coast of New South Wales.
So in keeping with the romantic spirit of Valentine’s Day, I have come up with 7 ideas for getting romantic and not just on Valentine’s Day.
with so much conjecture about favourite overseas travel spots I asked 11 other Travel Bloggers for their favourites and this is what they came up with:
Pottsville is a perfect place for families with the calm water, sandy beach Mooball Creek; an awesome spot for kayakers, fishermen and surfers; and a nature-lover’s paradise.
You don’t need to go chasing waterfalls in the Gold Coast Hinterland because they are very easy to access, with most being only a short bushwalk through the rainforest.
My definition of creating memories is firstly experiencing the moment, enjoying it and capturing it so that is lives on forever. Most people do this by taking photos or videos of the event or experience.
A walk in the park in Ipswich can be just that, but it can also be an amble through glorious gardens, a clamber to a scenic lookout, a trudge through dense bushland or an encounter with some Australian wildlife.
I have to finally accept that my fabulous fifties are over and I’m going to be sixty. OMG did I really say that out loud!!
Tassie is one of those travel destinations that gets deep under your skin. Once you have been you will want to go back to explore more and more of its beauty, majesty and nature’s bounties.