The Mornington Peninsula is covered with acres and acres of bushland, and is criss-crossed with hiking trails just waiting to be explored. One of the longer trails is the Two Bays Walking Track. At 16 miles long, it connects Port Phillip Bay to the north with Bushrangers Bay and the Pacific Ocean to the South.... Continue Reading →
We saw all kinds of cool critters in Australia, but from the moment we stepped out of the airport, the birding was epic! We didn't even make it into town before I got my first new bird. As we rode out of the parking lot in the city bus, we passed a green field spattered... Continue Reading →
The Mornington Peninsula is southeast of Melbourne, Australia and is known for its beautiful beach views, nature hikes, and wineries. It is the perfect weekend getaway from the urban life of Melbourne, and the ideal setting for our first community brewery tour.
Around The World Travel Budget There seem to be a bazillion travel bloggers out there talking about how cheap it is to travel, but very few are open about their finances. We've gotten quite a few questions about how we can afford to travel full-time, so we've decided to open up the books and do... Continue Reading →
Our current house sit is in the little town of McRae, on the Mornington Peninsula. There are numerous hiking trails criss-crossing the peninsula, including one that runs nearly the whole length of the oceanside shore. While there's no way we could do them all in our limited time here, we are on a mission to hike... Continue Reading →
We had a wonderful time in houses sitting in central Melbourne and had far more fun adventures than I had time to write about. But now it's time to move on. We're now house sitting in a spacious home about an hour south of Melbourne with a beautiful dog named Bo. McCrae, Victoria McCrae is... Continue Reading →
May marks our mid-way point before heading back to the USA for the holidays. While Asia has been fun, we decided to head to Australia for a quick stop-over in the more familiar world of tacos, carpeting, and enforced cross-walks. Surprisingly, though, we were wrong to assume that it would be an easy transition. Australia... Continue Reading →
Our adventure around the world continues with another edition of The Places We Live: Melbourne, Australia! A seven hour, red-eye flight got us from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne for about $150 each. We left one growing and bustling city simply to land in a new one. We were immediately struck by the familiar sounds of... Continue Reading →