A Global Pandemic forces Early Retirement, but what do you do when the borders are closed and your have moved out of your home…. in our case, you start an Epic Roadtrip of NSW.
And, once you finally reach your destination, and you are not allowed to travel overseas, you start reminiscing about those trips you did in the “Before Time”.
This is a travel blog, with hints and tips from our own experience. We are not sponsored by anybody, but see different experiences as enrichments to life because they are different!
Janny and Mike
Hi there! We are two fifty-somethings from England and The Netherlands, who have lived in Europe, Asia, the USA and now call Australia home. We love travelling, exploring and living in new places.
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In the past, we used to change the locks on the day we moved into our new house. Moving into the country we have been a little bit less careful. Our home came with three keys, one of which was kept in a plastic tupperware container under the front porch. Yes, we are now in … Continue reading Highgrove living – why you should alway change the locks
Safety tips for traveling, especially for women traveling alone Continue reading Safety Tips for Women Travelling independently
Top sites to visit in Amritsar, in Punjab, Northern India. Continue reading Visiting Amritsar, the golden temple and a border crossing
It has been an exiting week, we finally received most of our furniture. The house feels more and more like our home. I can’t believe it has been less than two months! When we had the offer on our house accepted in January, we realised we needed some new and additional furniture. Many furniture stores … Continue reading Highgrove living; new and repurposed furniture
Udaipur is a magical city; walk its streets, admire its temples and the large palace, and enjoy the sunset over the lake. Continue reading Udaipur, the magical lakeside city
Ranakpur, close to Udaipur in Rajasthan, is home to one of the most amazing Jain temples. Continue reading Ranakpur, an amazing Jain temple in the middle of the forest