Kiama

Kiama

I love Kiama. It only takes 2 hours travelling on a train to this nice town by the sea south of Sydney.  Its name was created from the aboriginal word Kiaram-a, which means “Where the sea makes a noise”. Today the blowhole where the sea makes a noise was...

A cup of hot chocolate…

My cup of tea is green tea. But occasionally I prefer a cup of hot chocolate especially in a chilly winter day, in a heated room. There may be millions of ways to make a cup of tasty hot chocolate, but I think the secret lies in the temperature of the milk. I in...

beyond the Manly beach

Manly is not only famous for its beach. We have been there several times but not as excited as getting there on a ferry. Today the sea was not rough and the sky was slightly clear earlier.  While we were on the nearly full ferry, we were surprised by several waves...
Carlotta Arch

Carlotta Arch

Do not limit your visit to Jenolan Caves only to the caves.  As I mentioned before Carlotta Arch is a must see. It is located very close to the parking on the higher ground.  From there it takes you 10 minutes down to get to the ticket office and the village near the...
Every rock tells a story

Every rock tells a story

Jenolan Caves are located about 60km drive south of Katoomba.  Katoomba is one of the beautiful towns in Blue Mountains in the west of the city of Sydney and a place you can take a break. But we could not believe it took almost 45 minutes meandering through the...
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