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Hi, I am A Pal and this is my corner.

I enjoy travelling like everyone else, but I also enjoy finding new things to do at home.

I look forward to sharing my thoughts, travels and photos with you and hope you enjoy them.

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My WeekendNotes - 64
I know, I know, you are supposed to not move from your house but today I decided to go for a bike ride to Port Kembla. ... [more]
We had planned a weekend in the Blue Mountains long before the fires had appeared and when Christmas came round, we were... [more]
Last year, I received a call from Mum asking if I wanted to go to Jordan. She had found a half price tour. Without hesit... [more]
Amman is the capital of Jordan, the home of some 4 million people and built on seven hills. Along the outskirts of Am... [more]
Bethany Beyond the Jordan is about a 15 minute drive from the Dead Sea. It is a historic site with a small fee. It is... [more]
We stayed at the Movenpick resort in the Dead Sea. Each resort has its own private section of the Dead Sea. Across th... [more]
Madaba, the city of Mosaics. Where we walked through the archaeological centre where there were some floor and wall mosa... [more]
A valley deemed to be the grand canyon of Jordan, Wadi Mujib has walls 1000 metres high with a very windy road to get do... [more]
Petra the 2,000-year-old Arab city which is a UNESCO world heritage site. We joined a queue of tourists that would ha... [more]
Clothing To put it short as a westerner, we did not need to wear a headscarf. However, we wore a scarf around our necks... [more]
Karak castle was a crusaders castle and the full castle is no longer there but you can still walk around the old fort. ... [more]
The Wadi Rum is a large desert valley made famous from the film Lawrence of Arabia and is featured in the remake of Alad... [more]
Umm Qais was the cultural hub known as Gadara, an abandoned Ottoman village and Roman ruins. It hosts amazing views o... [more]
Jerash is an hour and half drive north to of Amman and dates back to the Bronze Age. Whilst there is the town of Jera... [more]
This gloomy wet Saturday, I headed to Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden for a Macro photography workshop. The train r... [more]
02/10/2018 - 01/07/2019
After some organisation at the last minute, I decided to head to Sydney to spend the day with my brother and his partner... [more]
Our Sunday drive took us to Shellharbour Surf Club, where we walked north along the bike track towards Warilla. The b... [more]
After some convincing, I attended my first meditation with One w/ Earth at Mount Keira Scout Camp. The scout camp is tuc... [more]
The tour started in Canberra, so I caught a Murray's bus from Wollongong to Canberra which took 4 hours, to long but it ... [more]
After New Year I took my first bushwalking trip. I had never done a walking holiday before so it was a brand new experie... [more]
After spending the long weekend with my brother in Sydney and exploring the suburbs of Sydney I can say the highlight wa... [more]
For the last two weeks I had been looking forward to walking through Helensburgh Tunnel to see the infamous Glow Worms. ... [more]
One festive-filled day, we made our way through Jamberoo to Barren Grounds Nature Reserve. The National Parks Associatio... [more]
The day started early with a drive to Jones Beach, the meeting spot for our 13 hour photo shoot. You could also call it ... [more]
We had taken a drive to Canberra to check out Enlighten. We left Wollongong in storms and hit Canberra in rain. We decid... [more]
I'm horrified of motorbikes but for good reason - when I was very little, my uncle had an extremely bad accident while r... [more]
I was told I should attend a park run one Saturday morning by a guy I met at a meetup. What is a Park Run? It is a f... [more]
I was bored one weekend and was trying to think of something to do. Scrolling through Facebook, I noticed it was the 1st... [more]
I was greeted at the front door by a volunteer named Barry. He was making sure the front was clean. The place looked clo... [more]
Last year as part of the Heritage Festival, Wollongong City Council put on a guided tour of the Heritage Trail. The tour... [more]
With rain looming I headed up Mt Ousley and did a U-turn on the Picton Exit. I parked in the very first truck stop. What... [more]
One sunny winter's day I decided to go on the lookout for the best view in town. I ended up at Mount Keira Scout Cam... [more]
I decided I would go on one of my many usual walks around Balgownie. They take about half an hour. This one starts at Li... [more]
Port Kembla is the industrial heart of the Illawarra. It is a hard find to try and find a local that does not have a fam... [more]
Wollongong City Council put on an all day all ages event by Wollongong Harbour. The day kicks off at 8am with the Aquath... [more]
Sassafras Nuts is 2 hours south of Wollongong or 45 minutes south of Nowra. Sassafras Nuts is located on Braidwood Road.... [more]
Forager's Bulli Forager's is held every Sunday between 9am and 2pm. They have a large range of clothes, fresh fruit an... [more]
Wonderwalls festival where we get 18 artists to paint 15 murals on a blank canvas being the side of a building or a reta... [more]
25/11/2016 - 27/11/2016
The Hunter Valley Gardens were started by the Roche family in 1999. With 60 acres of gardens it is the largest in Au... [more]
04/11/2016 - 26/01/2017
The Basketball season is upon us. Wollongong hosts the oldest NBL team, the Illawarra Hawks. They are also the only team... [more]
You have booked, received your tickets and are a month away from departure. You are researching your stops so you can pa... [more]
The one and only event that shuts Corrimal down is Spring into Corrimal. The main events happen on the Princess Highway ... [more]
The Kangaroo Valley is an 1 hour and 15 minute drive south of Wollongong in the Shoalhaven. We started at Hampden Br... [more]
The Illawarra Grevillea Park is located in Bulli behind the Showground. You could spend all day here weaving in and out ... [more]
Bald Hill is situated at the top of Lawrence Hargrave Drive. This lookout is our most northern lookout and a stop on the... [more]
Italians from all over Wollongong gather in Crown Street Mall on the last Saturday of May or the first Saturday in June ... [more]
Illawarra Grevillea Park is situated behind the Bulli Showground in front of Slacky Flat Park. The entrance fee is $5.00... [more]
10/09/2016 - 11/09/2016
The Illawarra Fly Treetop Adventure is located an hour from Wollongong in Jamberoo or Knights Hill. The Illawarra Fly re... [more]
I have found a good day's drive where you can enjoy the waterfalls of the Illawarra/Southern Highlands. The day consists... [more]
Steel Town Port Kembla is an art exhibition at Wollongong Art Gallery showcasing images of when the steel works started ... [more]
ArtExpress is an art exhibition showcasing outstanding works made by 2015 HSC students from NSW. The works are nominated... [more]
Globe Lane is a little lane off Crown Street Mall. The start of Globe Lane looks a little quiet and uninviting ,but as y... [more]
Castagne Day is a day for the Italian community to gather at their favourite meeting place, The Fraternity Club in Fairy... [more]
Free Tours Sydney run walking tours every day at 10:30am from the Archibald Statue in Hyde Park down Macquarie Street. T... [more]
South Coast Safaris is a local adventure company that does tours by kayak and bushwalking; you can do a couple of hours... [more]
While Shoalhaven wineries may not be well known, there are quite a few of them and heaps of different tours to go on. T... [more]
Sculptures in the Garden is run by Wollongong City Council as a competition for some new artwork. This year there ar... [more]
12/03/2016 - 28/03/2016
Starting from Stuart Park, follow the beach along the Blue Mile which starts at North Beach. If you walk on the botto... [more]
Vapiano is located below the Grace Hotel on the corner of King & York Street. The way it works is you walk in, th... [more]
Uloola track is an 11km hike from Waterfall to Heathcote via Karlo pools located in the Royal National park. The walk st... [more]
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