7 things you may not know about us!
1. Before coming to Australia, our New Year's resolution each year was to visit 2 countries we had never been to before✈️ 2. We became more convinced that our plant based diet was right for us when working on a cattle farm🌱
3. Apart from Sweden, Emy has also lived in USA🇺🇸 and Dubai🇦🇪
4. After more than 5 years of being a couple, we still observe our ”monthaversary", usually with something sparkling🥂
5. Johan left Sweden more than a year ago with only a carry-on backpack🎒
6. By the end of 2019, Emy will have completed a perfect head stand🤷♀️
7. Our nicknames for each other are constantly changing, right now we are calling each other by the same name🤪
Wednesday, Hump day, or in our life; Another day 💛. When spending your days without set routines or having to adapt to a schedule it’s hard to loose track of the days🧐.
When we set out from Melbourne, we planned to do a very slow 2 months to Perth. It has now been 5 weeks and we have made it about a third way there. We have no desire to speed things up so I guess that Perth will have to come to us 😏!
Beautiful scenes coming to you from the Fleurieu Peninsula in @southaustralia 😍 This epic shot was taken by @sarahbyden Go check out her page!
Plus, if you're ever thinking about a roadtrip, jump on our website for campervan hire and itineraries @clicktravelau (Link in Bio)
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Say “hi” to our 4WD and the good weather ☀️. After several days with rain we finally got some sun and our roof top tent got a chance to dry up. We found an awesome camping spot right on the beach in this beautiful valley 👆🏼. .
And Fleurieu Peninsula, you are pretty beautiful!
And they lived Apple-y ever after
Hoping to balance out our chocolate indulgent Easter we headed to Sanders Apple Orchard in the Yarra Valley for a healthy hunt! This family owned business has 130,000 apple trees spread across 100 acres and produces the tastiest apples we’ve ever eaten!! The little wanderers loved strolling through the orchard picking their choice of apples and learning all about the harvesting process. Like did you know apples wear sunscreen?
Entry for a family was $25 and included four kilos of apples! We took along our reusable produce bags from @beekindecostore
Walking - one of my simple pleasures in life 😊
Walking is often discounted as an effective form of exercise.
But I think it is one of the best things we can do for our long term health and something we can continue for life.
Walking is weight bearing without impact, its simple, free, a great way to explore new places and something you can do wherever you are in the world.
On this camping trip, I didn’t do a lot of walking (my kids are hiked out after New Zealand!) but the couple I did manage provided stunning views like this.
Great workout and felt so good to be immersed in nature.
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Views from the top of Victoria courtesy of Mount Bogong.
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Whispering Wall 🤫🏞 pretty cool spot to spot on the way back home
Earth Day ✨ how incredibly lucky are we to live here, from endless oceans to lush rainforests and everything in between. There is no planet B 🌏 we all need to make a conscious effort to work towards saving this beautiful place we and 8.7 million other species call home.
I wanted to try astrophotography for the longest time now. So I thought a trip over the weekend would be a great opportunity to try it out. But I later on realised that I forgot to bring the most vital thing needed for astrophotography, my camera... 😒😑 So basically I have to settle for this 😅😓
@ross1429 thank you for modelling and enduring my “ayawg lihok!” commands hahaha 😅
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As mentioned in my previous posts, one of the things I really take interest in when I travel, is architecture. A beautiful architectural piece in the heart of Sydney, St. Mary’s Cathedral has me in awe with its English, Gothic-Revival style. It’s like the gem at the end of a walk in the park.
Does it look familiar? Part of it is based on the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and much like the recent happening, St. Mary’s Cathedral was also destroyed in a fire and was rebuilt, more than once.
The interiors are just as stunning as the exterior. I love the stained glass art pieces, going all out at 40 pieces of pictorial windows, and the 3 rose windows. Interesting fact, unlike usual historical cathedrals that are thousands of years old, St. Mary’s is just barely 200 years old. That leads to another interesting fact that Sydney is a baby at just a little over 200 years est.
What a way to spend Easter! We camped up at @oakabellahomestead for $9pn with a bunch of legends who are also travelling🥂🍺
Plenty of drinks around the campfire, filthy kids running amuck and we all had the BEST time. Live music and a wicked feed at the Homestead to top it off.
Tomorrow we leave these beautiful sunsets here and head north🤘
Tell me... how much chocolate did you eat? I was treating it like water today ~ just downing the stuff🐷🍫