Deep in the Daintree – What to do in Cairns vol.2

I know it’s been a while since I have posted on wine, but no worries, after this trip to the Daintree we will move on to Adelaide and the surrounding wine regions. Exciting! I just thought it was worth posting these nice pictures from the rainforest. In addition, there are some foody delights from the jungle that deserve a mention. How does lunch in the middle of the jungle sound? Or rainforest ice cream? For entering the Daintree, we used a small tour company called Discovery Tours Australia. We left from Cairns in the morning, and returned the same evening. Continue reading “Deep in the Daintree – What to do in Cairns vol.2”

Photography Walk in Sydney

I guess I should call this a good holiday, since I have not touched my computer in over a week. We have been spending Christmas week on the beach in Cairn, and done some nice day trips which I will write about later on. However, I feel it was time to post some pictures from Sydney. I actually found the city quite intriguing – much similarity to London and the UK (not a surprise), but also New York, or East Coast US at least and Singapore. Such an unusual mix, but so obvious. I did a photography walk one morning, starting at 6 and ending around 9 am. I am actually quite pleased with the route and what I got out of it, so I thought it would be nice to share it with you. Continue reading “Photography Walk in Sydney”

Streets of London

This weekend I have been editing photos from our summer road trip to London and beyond. God I miss summer. However, browsing these pics made me think about something – I really love the streets of London. They are lovely, quaint, messy, noisy, crowded and relaxed at the same time – alive! And this week, I thought I would share some of my favorite London streets with you. Its going to be a lot of pictures, and little or no text. But sometimes that’s just how it is.  A picture will tell more than a thousand words. Enjoy! Continue reading “Streets of London”