Fashion in the Pacific

Fashion in the Pacific

Think Papua New Guinea and I bet you’re not thinking fashion. But in August (yes, this post is WELL overdue) I was exposed to an amazing collection of fashion from across the Pacific. The event: the first ever Stella Magazine RUNWAY2014, a fashion show that highlighted many designers from Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Samoa and […]

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My first published article!

My first published article!

One of my goals has always been to get an article published and I’m thrilled to announce it’s finally happened! Here’s the article that I wrote for Paradise magazine, the in-flight magazine for Papua New Guinea’s national Airline, Air Niugini. I apologise that it’s not the final published pages, but you’ll get the drift  

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A quick trip to Malaysia

A quick trip to Malaysia

I was in Kuala Lumpur for work recently – and sadly, I barely got any time to take any photos. Here’s the only proof I have that I was there!    

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Go to Galle

Go to Galle

Galle wasn’t the top of my list of places to visit when we were in Sri Lanka. Not for any particular reason, I just wanted to head straight to the beaches for some much-needed R&R.   But I’m glad we went: it turned out to be one of my favourite places in Sri Lanka.   […]

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Bali sunsets

Bali sunsets

While I wasn’t all that impressed with Bali, I was in awe of the sunsets every night. Here are a few of my favourites.   Double Six Beach           Jimbaran Bay             Absolutely stunning.    

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Bali: What we ate

Bali: What we ate

I was really surprised by the variety of great restaurants in Bali. We ate mostly in Seminyak, and there’s an increasing number of international chefs setting up shop here, with a range of flavours to tickle anyone’s taste buds.   We were in Bali on holiday and did things very differently: normally when we travel […]

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A week in Bali

A week in Bali

We’ve just returned from a week in Bali, a place I never expected to visit.   I love Indonesia. I’ve been there three times, trekking in the jungle searching for orangutans and dodging traffic in Jakarta.   But all I used to think of when I thought of Bali was drunk Australians, package holidays and […]

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Kokoda: tips and packing list

Kokoda: tips and packing list

You can read about my Kokoda trip – all nine days – here.   Before I trekked Kokoda, I asked people who had previously walked the famous track for their tips. Now that I’ve done it, I’ve got some tips for you! If you’re considering trekking the Kokoda Track, here are some thoughts on getting […]

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Beautiful Port Moresby sunsets

Beautiful Port Moresby sunsets

Just a quick post: how lucky am I to live in a place that offers sunsets like these?        

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The Kokoda Track, day nine: Kovelo to Kokoda – and home

The Kokoda Track, day nine: Kovelo to Kokoda – and home

Read day one, day two, day three, day four, day five, day six, day seven and day eight first.   Our last day. It’s a bittersweet moment – a mix of a feeling of accomplishment and yet sadness at something being over.   We have a lazy start to the day – Kovelo is only […]

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