Tag: Hiking

I did my first overnight hike!

Listen up friends, because I finally did it. I completed my first overnight hike on the Larapinta Trail. the experience wasn’t without its ups and downs, but I couldn’t be more proud of myself

Walking the Emily Gap to Jessie Gap Trail

Hiking the Emily Gap to Jessie Gap trail.

Hiking Section 1 of the Larapinta Trail

Koalas, Waterfalls and Getting Lost

Where we’re at: I’m finally getting around to posting about an Adenaide adventure from September 2020. We contemplated our options as we faced the fork in the road. It was not the first fork we’d come across, but by this time we were sure… Continue Reading “Koalas, Waterfalls and Getting Lost”

Trephina Gorge Ridge Top Walk and Chain of Ponds

Chasing Emma at the Trephina Gorge Ridgetop Walk Lookout

Trephina Gorge, home of stark red gorges, hidden rockholes and picturesque scenery. Completing the Ridgetop Walk was an amazing experience that is deserving of a place on your Red Centre bucket list.

Bucket List: Experience the Magic of Rainbow Valley

Rainbow Valley as the sunsets

Have you ever witnessed the magic of Rainbow Valley? I recently did and think you should absolutely add it to your Northern Territory to do list.

Hiking Bridle Path Lookout in New Boots

Who thought hiking the Bridle Path Lookout at Standley Chasm in new boots would be so painful and so amazing. This was definitely a bucket list check for me.

A Guide to climbing Mt Batur

7 Useful tips and tricks for climbing Mt Batur, a must do experience for every bucket list chaser in Bali.

Bucket List: Climb Mt Batur

My legs were burning, sweat was dripping down my back and down the sides of my face, and I huffed and puffed like a pack-a-day smoker out on a casual stroll. Apparently we were at the 90% point and only had a small section… Continue Reading “Bucket List: Climb Mt Batur”

Bucket List: Exploring the Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock lately you’ve no doubt seen the gorgeous photos of the Tegalalang Rice Terrace, either with people strolling the fields in flowing dresses or soaring over the fields on a Bali swing. I visited the rice terraces when I was in Ubud, and let me tell you there is more to this location than looking pretty. Namely there’s stairs. Lots and lots of muddy and slippery stairs.