Here we have the Eastern rainbow rhino. One of the rarest of rhino species; the eastern rainbow is only found on Australia’s east coast, where the sunny weather and ready availability to art supplies provides excellent spotting opportunities. The feet are locked on a plinth, an evolutionary trait differentiating this rhino from its relatives. This can tend to inhibit mating rituals, so … More Tracking down the coloured rhinos in Sydney
After a bowl of noodles for $2 and a few $1 bottles of beer in Thailand, you’d be forgiven if you suddenly shoot up from your tiny plastic chair, and declare loudly that you can live like a king at this price! One trip to an ATM in Ho Chi Minh City will fire out … More The cost of living in Sydney
We started off travelling care-free through Myanmar and photographing temples, and at the time we never thought we would one day have to face the fact that we were from two different countries! But eventually, the time came. Cindy is French, and i’m Australian. We needed some sort of permanent visa… Enter the Partner visa … More Putting together a partner visa (820/801)
I can’t believe it’s actually finished and i’m home again. I really can’t. The last 14 months of travel just flew past in the blink of an eye, and the familiarity of people and places of home makes me feel like I’ve been gone a week or two.
Welcome to my first blog post! Theres a buzz of activity at the house at Copacabana as Jeff is packing his backpack for his year of travel to Asia and Europe. Brenton’s loading up an ipod for his journey. My own flight to Kuala Lumpur leaves in less than 72 hours, and im dying to … More All blogs have to start somewhere