Author: Zoey Boyd

Travelling Abroad for Cosmetic SurgeryTravelling Abroad for Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery holidays involves some serious considerations, and the study involved can be an overwhelming job. Once an individual has made a choice to proceed with the process, the high number of alternatives and quantity of dangers involved can significantly influence the decision-making process of the place to go, whom to trust, and also what […]

Exploring the East Coast of TasmaniaExploring the East Coast of Tasmania

Tasmania is the highly underrated gem of Australia. Famous for its abundant wildlife and preserved parks, this is an excellent place to escape the noise of everyday life. The east coast of Tasmania is a popular tourist destination, characterized by breathtaking turquoise waters and spectacular rock formations. Here is a review of my time traveling […]

Exploring The Great Ocean Road – Torquay To Apollo BayExploring The Great Ocean Road – Torquay To Apollo Bay

The Great Ocean Road begins at Torquay. From Torquay the road heads inland-ish and winds through some stunning hills and valleys before landing into Anglesea. If you’ve begun fairly early you’ll most likely seek some lunch by this stage. Just as you head into town there’s a little strip of shops with loads of cafes […]

Kitchen Confidential: Queensland Food Lover NewsKitchen Confidential: Queensland Food Lover News

Colonial Cuisine Need a location to rest and refuel after your next shopping safari to Bulimba? British Colonial Co, a smart casual all-day restaurant and lounge bar is due to unfurl next to the Hawthorne Cineplex in Brisbane’s east on Friday. It’s a fresh project for Angela Kennedy (who also has close-by popular 1930s-themed Bungalow […]

Tenerife with a Twist in the Winter Season SunTenerife with a Twist in the Winter Season Sun

We are racing along the coast roadway, passing banana plantations, goat herders, little bars, and whitewashed houses. To our right the ocean crashes versus the black, rocky coast. The waves– huge and rolling– are the pale ice blue of a glacier. Yesterday we travelled through a prehistoric forest; tomorrow we will climb up a volcano. […]

Spend 2 ideal days in the Hunter ValleySpend 2 ideal days in the Hunter Valley

Australia’s oldest wine region isn’t really simply home to award-winning Semillon and Shiraz, cellar-door tastings and stunning vineyard hotels. The fertile valley, simply a two-hour drive north of Sydney, offers a banquet of experiences, from store beer tracks to olive oil tasting, in your area made chocolate to limitless orchards. Follow the beautiful lanes that […]

Americas Masters Games in Vancouver Is Both an Event of Competitors and TourismAmericas Masters Games in Vancouver Is Both an Event of Competitors and Tourism

Elizabeth Coutlee, a 51-year-old from Merritt, B.C., has travelled extensively to play softball. In 2009, she had fun with women from Vancouver on a group in Sydney, Australia, at the World Masters Games, a multisport Olympics-style occasion targeted at amateur competitors, age 30 and older. In 2013, Ms. Coutlee used an indigenous group called the […]