Eden offered up an intriguing and unique natural history that left us hungry for more.
This is where we ramble on about things that are important to us.
We set off on a pilgrimage to re-live Lib’s 23rd birthday morning; red rocks here we come!
From kangaroos and emus at breakfast, to seals and snakes, our next leg of the journey was unexpectedly populated with wildlife and great views.
On the beach kangaroo trail, hidden guerrilla bays and finding shelter for the night – the South Coast continues to be an adventure!
Ulladulla offered up the best sting ray experience with a smattering of good views and beaches.
White sands, nature and a struggle to find a campsite – thanks for everything Jervis Bay!
Rainforests, nature, plenty of wombats, a free campsite and a hangry Jess. Good times.
The out-of-this-world rock formations had us snap happy and reflective, before hitting up the blow holes of Kiama.
On our second day on the road, we explore Shellharbour and it’s surrounds; swimming, eating and adventuring with a quick car fix.
Libby and I have converted our 99′ Honda CR-V into a two person camper and are heading from our home town of Newcastle down the South Coast of NSW, taking our time to take in the sights.
Well done, Snickers, you’ve managed to explain why all builders are sexist… because they eat your chocolate!
I’ve been reflecting on Happiness. Read my ramblings and ruminate with me.
Seeing Miranda Hart LIVE gave me another tick on the list of things I want to do before I die. I laughed so hard, I couldn’t breathe! Here’s what happened.
It’s a new year and I’ve got to get more fit. Physically, mentally, the whole shabang. Join me as I start my journey.
I’ll take my chances with the terrorbots, thanks.
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When caught in a weak moment, reality TV provides the escape of a lifetime.
So it’s New Years Eve, and I think everyone should be made aware of exactly what goes down at the biggest party of the year. So does John Green.
Where I talk about Christmas bingeing, Super Smash Bros Wii U, and Rick James, bitch.
My body and I have always understood each other fairly well. I try to eat a little better and exercise on occasion, and in exchange it won’t suddenly drop dead or expand like microwave popcorn. But it seems my body is no longer happy with our little arrangement, so it’s time to re-negotiate the terms.
Mary Lambert, Advertising, Bad Teachers, Nerdy Love Songs, Joe Jonas, Star Wars Yoga and more websites I’ve visited this past week.
My sister is turning 21. These are Sarah’s favourite things… and the dress code for her party.
I don’t want to be the Aussie associated with the phrase “oh here comes trouble” (though if used endearingly I will not object!), I came here to be la Parisienne. To drink the wine, kiss les mecs and flâner along the Seine on a cool evening. But then again, maybe I should embrace it.
I say to you now, speeding driver, you are important.
All Pokémon are equal, but some Pokémon are more equal than others. There’s nothing Orwellian about Pokémon X/Y’s new ‘Wonder Trade’ feature.
Make my Oma’s Macaroni: a great recipe to cook when you have nothing left in the fridge. All the ingredients come from the pantry!
Snowflake photos, OR flash mobs, noir art, invisible bike helmets, Disney, long reads and Miley Cyrus…
Our Mem Fox preaches love, not hate.
Experience the World’s Biggest Car Boot Sale from the convenience of your own home. Until next year.
Want to know my browser history for the past week or so? Here’s what I’ve been interacting with on the wild world web…
Two consoles, both alike in dignity. And just days from their release, I’m still no closer to deciding between them.
Morbidity, some miserly hand-wringing, and why Lost Girl is my new favourite show.
A few snapshots from my travels around the Internet…. welcome to my browser history!
It’s about time you put away the all high-and-mighty “I’m no tourist” babble and accept that you are visiting and experiencing this earth as new each day.
Shopping for costumes with your mother is scary enough. Seeing her in a halter top vampira dress with choker and fangs is another kind of horror entirely.
I see you, gorgeous lurker-things. Come out and say hello.
Just a few things I witnessed with my eyeballs: What Maisie Knew, The Best Offer, Rayman Legends, Heavy Rain.
Growing Up. The accumulation of all the experiences you had prior to having the desire to have any experiences. I had one of those moments today where being “adult” really hit me like a warm breeze in the face.
My first blog post. Is it sexier than Lord Byron? Of course not. Nothing is.
Welcome to Say it with Sangria, ladies and gentlemen. Pull up a chair. Pour yourself a glass. Just let it all out.