Tag: Broome

We were high-fiving and cheering when we saw Broome, Western Australia make an appearance on TripAdvisor’s Destinations on the Rise list for the South Pacific in 2016. Can we claim playing a part in that rise to fame? We stayed Read more >
Craig and I have been talking a lot lately about the awesome content we want to create for you now that we’ve finished our road trip around Australia. There is sooooo much we have to write, and still so much Read more >
When we reunited with our friends the Blockshoppers in Broome, they raved about the Horizontal Falls tour they did only days before. Their parents had joined them for a few weeks traveling from Darwin to Broome and they all agreed Read more >
So you might already know that I’m a fan of earthing. That is walking around in bare feet on the grass or dirt, preferably wet. My kids are frequently told to kick their shoes off and connect to the healthy Read more >
High sand dunes that roll down changing from the red soil to light orange, to eventually fade into pure white sand as it reaches the turquoise Indian Ocean. The beach is wide and sweeping. Wide enough that on low tide Read more >
My heart tore a little as we departed Broome. Not a full-fledged breaking, but a cracking open, a space to let in the light and a chance to rebuild. The last time I felt this pull and connection to a Read more >
This post is for the Amex Shop Small program. This is the first of many posts on Broome. Why? Because it is our favourite place in Australia. Evident by the fact we stayed five weeks here – the longest of Read more >
Every afternoon, after a long hot day on the boats chipping barnacle encrusted shells, I would walk past the sign welcoming me to Kuri Bay Pearl Farm, the home of Paspaley Pearls. As I would read the sign, the aches in Read more >

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Using Pre-paid Travel Money Cards

My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was. Read more >