Cute animals and delicious food ahead! This was one of my favourite days of my trip, bar the talk by a “vegan” who wasn’t really a vegan. Below is a video of the wraps being made in Pekiin, in beautiful 4K. Enjoy and hope you don’t get too hungry!
The first few days in Israel were action-packed and we got to see a lot of the northern part of the country: places like Tiberias and Tsfat.
Here is the video of the jeep ride, in stunning 4K!
Sorry about the long post title, but I love referencing movies I like.
As you may know from social media posts, I was in Israel for the past 10 days. How I got there was a story in and of itself.
As Israel is such a controversial topic and I don’t want to start The Diversity of Classic Rock’s 2018 with that, although it will probably be good for views. So we’ll just start off with the amazing journey. Allons-y!
Oh yeah, and I’m going to start getting into making videos again, so I hope you enjoy this video I made about my journey:
Note: I’ve been doing travel writing recently and that has been taking priority right now. This is a story I wrote for another website, when it’s posted I’ll link it here.
I got my love of travel from my grandparents, Maurine and Sol.
Their Florida home is beautifully decorated with art from the various places they’ve visited and my curious childhood self was intrigued with all these things from different cultures. At least once a year they’d go overseas and every time they came back, they’d have so many stories to tell and I would ask so many questions.
Decorations in their house
In their roughly 91 years on this planet, they’ve been to every continent, bar Antarctica. Sol would have loved to go to Antarctica, but Maurine wasn’t too keen on the idea because it’s a strenuous trip that involves a long flight to Argentina and a boat ride in rough seas, and because of environmental concerns.
Maurine and Sol’s Travel Map: 1948-2017 (I made this on the website Matador Network)
This is the post you’ve been waiting for, my overview of Melbourne, which concludes The Classic Rock Lifestyle: Australia series. Soon enough, I’ll get back to what you’re really here for, the overviews of 60s and 70s music from different countries and taking a look at the different influences.
Long before I knew I was going to Australia, I would talk to Australians about where they would recommend I visit. High in a lot of people’s recommendations was the World’s Most Liveable City for seven years in a row, Melbourne. Why did people recommend Melbourne over Sydney? It has a European/San Francisco feel to it, it is an arty city with lots of character, there are so many great vintage shops, it’s less expensive than Sydney, and there are so many great cafes.
What did I take away from my short time in Melbourne? Let’s go!
It’s not a trip to Australia without going to… Well, you could list a lot of places there, but in this post I’ll make a case for Northern New South Wales. The country is so big that you can’t see it all in one trip. To put it into perspective for my fellow Americans, if someone said they wanted to do both New York and LA in a week, you would call them crazy. In the case of Canada, seeing both Montreal and Vancouver in a week wouldn’t be the best idea and it would be rushed. Like the US and Canada, Australia is really big.
If you like beaches, adventure activities, and a more laid back and friendly environment, Byron Bay is the place for you.
Welcome back to another edition of The Classic Rock Lifestyle! In this post, I’ll be talking about the first part of my honeymoon (after getting off the plane of course since that was a journey itself). My husband and I spent a week in Sydney and we loved it.
In this post, I’ll talk about some cool things to do in Sydney: the neighbourhoods, restaurants (mostly vegan/vegetarian of course), landmarks, shops, and of course, beaches.
It’s the blog post you’ve been waiting for! I am back from my honeymoon and I had an amazing time in Australia. Australia is a place I’ve dreamt of going to since I was a little kid and my grandparents showed me pictures of their trip there. Australia is a huge country and I’ve only scratched the surface of what it has to offer. Considering how little time my husband and I spent there, only a little more than two weeks, we really saw a lot! How we did it? Planning the day efficiently, and that might mean “early to bed, early to rise.”
Hopefully one day I’ll see the rainforests of Queensland, the island state of Tasmania, and of course the Outback (especially Uluru).
Hope you enjoy this series of posts. The reason I’m breaking up the trip into different parts is so you don’t get bored reading a really long post.