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An aspiring writer, I enjoy reading, writing and travelling.

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Writer Rank: 234
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Readers: 9118
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Articles: 37
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My WeekendNotes - 37
In 2005, Cancer Council NSW began their Seven Bridges Walk celebration and fundraiser, where participants walk aroun... [more]
If you want to catch the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes before it moves on, you'd better hurry! Until t... [more]
03/06/2017 - 08/10/2017
Byron Kennedy Hall, at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney, is currently hosting Titanic The Exhibition Where You'... [more]
08/04/2017 - 30/06/2017
Things to do in Prague The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, has beautiful medieval buildings, remnants of ... [more]
The vistas of Salzburg, introduced to many through the Julie Andrews film, The Sound of Music. The same wind that wh... [more]
Selborne Hotel, Golf Estate and Spa Luxury and tranquillity can be found amongst the wilderness of Pennington, on Sou... [more]
Slip back in time to the 1930s and the Great Depression in Australia with Belinda Murrell's latest novel, The Sequin... [more]
Situated amongst fields and fields of sugarcane near Pennington, about an hour and a half south of Durban, is a quain... [more]
From the very first sentence of The Puzzle Ring, I was hooked. For nearly four hundred pages, I was drawn into the m... [more]
Step into a world of war, poverty and fairy tales, and love. Within the spell-binding covers lies the tale of Dortchen W... [more]
The Rocks in Sydney is home to many fascinating places of history and culture. The old sandstone buildings of the la... [more]
Three things led me to this book by Kate Forsyth: one, my previous love for her books, especially The Starthorn Tree... [more]
Of all the animal experiences I have had, feeding and interacting with a family of elephants at the Bayete Zulu game res... [more]
Nestled within the beauty of KwaZulu Natal in Mkuze, near Hluhluwe, roughly three hours away from Durban to the north, s... [more]
Of all the cities I have visited in the United Kingdom, I am hard pressed to pin down a favourite. Each has its own char... [more]
Over the twenty-one books he wrote in twenty-three years, Bryce Courtenay worked magic with the written word, invoking t... [more]
Entering one of the world's many museums is akin to stepping in a time machine and going back thousands, sometimes milli... [more]
24/11/2012 - 28/04/2013
As an avid Harry Potter fan, I was most intrigued by the prospect of an adult novel from JK Rowling. It was this cur... [more]
Upon opening this book, I fund myself swept, as I often do when reading, into another world beyond my own. Unlike ma... [more]
Nestled in Circular Quay, just a short walk from the station, wharves, harbour foreshore, and hubbub of the centre of th... [more]
Situated in Botha's Hill, in the majestic and vibrant nation of South Africa, there lies a magical place known as The Va... [more]
The story of Jane Austen's life in the eighteenth century and what brought her to write what I consider to be some o... [more]
Ever wanted to travel the world and see amazing prehistoric and historic architecture but found that you just haven't ha... [more]
Enter a world that in some ways is remarkably untouched by modernity, where the bush still lives and echoes through the ... [more]
When you read a Jackie French novel, you can be transported to another time and place, a different Australia to the ... [more]
When you hit the pavement in front of Terrigal Beach, you are instantly greeted by the smell of the sea and of fish and ... [more]
During a trip to London over Christmas a few years ago, we went to the Tower of London. Its eerie history has stayed wit... [more]
On the way to Canberra earlier this year, on Federal Highway, we spotted a rainbow. At first it was a double rainbow but... [more]
Living in Terrigal, I am able to just walk for twenty minutes and bam, I am in front of the beach and a dozen or so cafe... [more]
Fountain at Darling Harbour by the Guilyan chocolate restaurant. On a nice day, the sun sparkles through the water, and ... [more]
One of my favourite places in London is the world renowned British Museum. I have never visited anything quite like it i... [more]
Fresh mountain air greets you as you open the pages of this much loved children's classic. A charming, childish laug... [more]
Situated in Terrigal, overlooking the suburb and golden beach, The Cowrie is one of the Central Coast's premier restaura... [more]
The wind blows gently off the sea as you step out of your car at Crackneck Point. Atop a majestic hill, it is one of the... [more]
Perched regally atop a now extinct volcano, sits Edinburgh Castle. The Castle's formation began long before it was built... [more]
In the midst of the hub bub of Darling Harbour's cafes, museums, ferries, aquarium and zoo, and shopping, lies the Chine... [more]
For the literary amongst us, one of the nicest things is to stroll along Writer's Walk along Circular Quay in Sydney. ... [more]