Exploring Nature in Australia – Episode 108 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast

Australia is a huge country, far from much of the rest of the world. We also have a pretty small population (although just this month we apparently reached 25 million people) and the vast majority of us crowd around the coast, leaving the rest of the nation full of vast and often undisturbed natural … [Read more...]

Adventures Abroad in Nature – Episode 84 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast

Nature is amazing, right? I'm a city girl, born and bred, and many of us don't get outside the city too often. But if your adventures abroad take you into nature you can see some truly phenomenal things, and some of these feature in the stories my guests have to tell you in this episode of the … [Read more...]

Travels in Nature – Episode 75 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast

Growing up in the city means that although I do prefer to live in an urban environment, the thrill of getting away into nature is always a thrill and something I don't think I'll ever get bored of. So many of the most memorable moments of my travelling life have been out in nature - atop Mt Fuji in … [Read more...]

Ways to Experience Nature on Your Travels – Episode 45 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast

Even though I'm basically a city girl at heart, getting out into nature regularly is still really important to me, and I'm regularly totally blown away by some of the amazing nature experiences I encounter on my travels. In this episode of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast I asked some of my … [Read more...]

Why I prefer Perth beaches in winter than summer

My hometown of Perth, Western Australia, has some pretty spectacular beaches, if I do say so myself. And with summer coming up here, a lot of people, both locals and tourists alike, start to focus on the beach. Not me though. Perth beaches in summer All up and down the coast of Perth - it's … [Read more...]

Beyond the skyscrapers: Nature in Hong Kong

I have long been yearning to return to Hong Kong, for many reasons, but the most important one is that it's the very first foreign country I ever visited - and that's getting close to thirty years ago. (Ouch.) Discovering nature in Hong Kong I've been collecting information and images on … [Read more...]