Treehotel - Lapland Sweden
The Real Lion🦁King
Ok, so I'm OBSESSED with living in the trees! So when I found this amazing eco-boutique hotel for Mike's birthday I was like YES! We're totally going there!
All the rooms are amazing structures, like a UFO and Birds Nest, but we only had the pleasure of staying in the Mirror Cube and the Blue Cone.
If you're looking for something different, enjoy the outdoors and super comfy around your travel partner... Then book your trip now! Head over to the Tree Hotel website for more info.
My little take on our experience may or may not change your mind on visiting
Oh Victoria. How I❤️You!
The one thing I miss most about living in South Africa (besides my family and friends ) is taking a mini-break in the African bush! There is nothing better than escaping the hustle and bustle of the city and heading out on an African Safari. Just to hang out with The Big 5 (Leopard, Lion, Rhino, Buffalo and Elephant) for a few days!
Up Up and Away!!! 🎈
Over the last 3 years of living in Australia. We’ve noticed a little pattern emerging
Every holiday we plan (or didn’t plan…) had us gravitating towards Melbourne. On our road trips, we’d explore the smaller towns around Victoria. After a couple of trips, we can officially say we LOVE this region of Australia.
Water and Earth Boutique in Siem Reap Night Market
Over the last few weeks we’ve woken up to the sound of burner blows from hot air balloons trying to land on the Kingston Oval down the road from our apartment. And every morning I’ve jumped out of bed and run to the balcony, like a kid on Christmas morning.
I’m not sure what it is about hot air balloons but every time I see them they conjure up feelings of adventure and wonder. Maybe it also reminds me of the animated Pixar movie Up…
Wandering through the night market of Siem Reap, we stumbled on a stall called Water and Earth, a boutique that supports disadvantaged Khmer artisans who are skilled in stone and wood carving as well as weaving.
Whilst browsing through their beautiful hand-woven kramas (traditional Cambodian scarves) we heard the sound of a storm rolling in… Realising we weren’t going anywhere anytime soon I continued to look through their lovely stock.