Bagels really are a Canadian thing. It is so hard to track down a bagel in any of the stores here. Most bakeries don’t even sell them! If you are lucky to find some in grocery stores, you can find them on the bottom shelf, in one brand, with only two or three different flavours.Continue reading “Bagels”
Byron Bay is a small little beach town with a lot of heart, and a lot of spirit. Everyone is so laid back, and chilled out. It is the perfect stereotype for the “surfer lifestyle”. Everyone around town walks around in bathing suits, with surfboards, and bare feet. Even in the supermarkets people were inContinue reading “Byron Bay”
Last night I left Sydney and travelled on another 12 hour bus ride to Byron Bay! From what I can tell so far…I am really gonna like it here…It is paradise!
For New Year’s Eve I spent the day at the Royal Botanical Gardens with thousands of other people anxiously awaiting the fireworks at midnight. I arrived there at 11:30 am and got a great spot right on the hill. I had a picnic lunch all packed, and layed out in the sun all day untilContinue reading “Happy New Year!”
We spent 2 weeks and a day in Sydney and decided we needed a change for a bit. We have headed to MELBOURNE! We have made sure to book a hostel for 2 weeks from Dec 21-Jan 2nd in Sydney so we can secure a spot for Christmas and New Years. In Melbourne we planContinue reading “No feets on seats!”