Manly Island

Going to manly Island on the Ferry is a slow peaceful way to some other parts of Sydney and great photo ops on the way of the iconic Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge. There are sailboats scattered all along the waterways and speedboats zipping by. Getting off the ferry I was surrounded…

Windy Wellington

The Capital of New Zealand and tucked away at the bottom of the north island and is the gateway to the south island. The ferry across the Cook Straight runs from Picton to Wellington three or four times a day through two different companies, Interisland and Bluebird. But we didn’t come here just to leave….

AUCKLAND CBD

Auckland Wintergarden sits in the vast Auckland Domain. Open year-round from 9AM- 4:30PM. Auckland Domain A look back at the city from the ferry heading to Waiheki Island one of my favorite places in New Zealand waiheke-island

Sun or rain in Sydney

Big city Sydney is always photogenic. I came and went through Sydney multiple times and was never sick of the city and always found places to explore. I started most of my days at the Central train station shown above. A perfect hub to be staying with plenty of stores and shops. By “shops and…

Food Roulette

Walking into a restaurant in a foreign country with no English menu and only a few pictures scattered around you and must make a decision by pointing and hoping for the best. This is a photo in Hong Kong at a window kitchen from the bottom floor of a large apartment building in Kawloon. There…

Solo, one way, extended trip

Coming back after a extended trip can be hard for anyone. There are many emotions evolved in the days before you leave and the trip home. Weather it is a few hour car ride or a full day flight, the travel beings the emotions of home very real. My latest trip was almost eight months…

Sydney 

This is the one and only Sydney Opera House in all its glory! Such an amazing sight.   Just to the left is the Sydney Harbor Bridge.

The Tasman Peninsula

The great Tasman Sea off the coast of Tasmania, Australia. This seemingly small looking bird is an albatross skimming the surface of the deep blue Tasmania Sea. With a wing span of around ten feet these sea birds can soar anywhere for hundreds of miles. There are 21 different kinds found in Tasmania. You would…