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Simply Beautiful. Celsius Coffee&Co Sydney.

Do you like venues with beautiful views? I always love eating out to the venues with great views. I have spotted this scenic coffee place in the quiet area of Kirribilli simply browsing my Instagram feed. This is a great marketing hint for other cafes. Make sure you have something Insta-worthy in your venue to make it more discoverable! There are not many people around the area around, but this little cafe on the wharf always have guests. Young people come here to take those likable Instagram shots and here is why! We have ordered delicious pancake with peanut butter […]

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Exploring Fremantle + Fall OOTD

Hi my lovelies, today we will have a look at Fremantle – an incredible, artistic suburb of Perth, Western Australia. I am lucky to spend some time around Fremantle and to show it to those who have never been here! You definitely need to visit this town, have a walk around it’s historical places, cool art galleries and shops, to eat great food and to experience it’s amazing ambience. Fremantle is a port town South from Perth with a population of about 27,000 people. People of Fremantle are creative, fun and somewhat bohemian. They love to visit weekly art […]

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Italian food and experience in Fremantle, Perth

La Sosta Restaurant is a Italian Restaurant serving authentic Italian food. It is hidden gem of Fremantle, which you can not see from the street, people usually find it by recommendations or online ratings. The restaurant is located over Cappuccino strip. Most of the guests come back after a first visit, because it is difficult to forget such an amazing food and fun, passionate service experience. We went to LaSosta several times, as far as our Italian friends recommended it to us. My partner is Italian and he is very picky when we are talking about food, but this place […]

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Exploring hidden spots of Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay gains popularity due to lot’s of online articles about it, especially those featuring Hyams beach. Many sources name Hyams beach the whitest sand beach in Australia or even in the world. Which is not exactly trough. However, it is a beautiful place. It attracts tourists and visitors and you can always find people there. Target beach in Jervis bay area is more remote and there is nobody around. You can access it only by walking through the forest for about half an hour. Not many people are motivated to do that. Nevertheless, this walk is definitely worth it. Target […]

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Rottnest Island Video Diary

After being to a few Islands in Australia, we have finally made it to Rottnest to meet Quokkas. For now Rottnest is my favorite island, and definitely, a must visit. It does not require any 4 wheel drive skills and equipment, like Frazer Island and it is still wilder than Stradbroke, beating the last one with the most incredible water color. We took a Ferry from Shed B in Fremantle on Tuesday, 17th of November. Tuesday Ferry costs half price ($60 return) from the regular one and plus the transport company provides a complimentary bike for you. The Ferry […]

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Surf trip ideas from Sydney

Ulladulla Winter Surf

The best thing about winter in Australia – is that you can travel around without any traffic and the places you visit are empty. Also you can find amazing deals on the accommodations. If you surf – winter season in NSW spoil you with good swells and big waves. Here is an idea what of where you can escape for a few days away from Sydney busy days. Chasing the waves and looking for a relaxing escape, we left the city for a relaxing escape. It us about 3 hours driving from Sydney.   Places to explore around Ulladulla: Bendalong […]

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Sydney International Airport. Travel Tips.

Arriving to Sydney airport and wondering how does it look like? Here is information and tips for you on arrivals and departures, location, what to do, how to get your taxes back and other things you need to know about Sydney international airport Kingsford Smith in one post.   Even though Sydney is the largest city in Australia, Sydney Airport is not that big, and you can not really compare Sydney Airport to FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleWhatsAppFacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleWhatsApp

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