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It’s all about the weekends

Two of the main reasons we moved to Munich were 1) all of the fun things you can do in the city and surrounding lakes and mountains, and 2) all of the time off that people get to do them.

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Three Sisters, thousands of adoring fans

LEURA, AUSTRALIA — An old friend made an appearance today: the sun. It peeked through the clouds and rain stayed away, so we could explore the Blue Mountains’ main attraction.  Continue reading “Three Sisters, thousands of adoring fans”

Getaway to the Blue Mountains

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — Like all good Sydneysiders, we decided we needed a little break from the city.

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Sightseeing in the rain

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — Since we hadn’t yet seen Darling Harbor, the most touristy part of Sydney, we headed there after yet another rainy night and morning. Continue reading “Sightseeing in the rain”

Beaches in the rain

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — The forecast today called for rain. But then, that’s been true for all our days in Sydney, so we took a gamble and headed out for another hike. Continue reading “Beaches in the rain”

Mozart, water dragons and kookaburras

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — Who knew there were so many hiking trails in Sydney? Now that we’ve found them, all we want to do is hike.

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Cruising to Manly

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – It’s not easy to get to know Sydney. We’d bought a city map, but it showed only the areas south of the Harbour Bridge, around Circular Quay and Darling Harbor.

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Hiking in the Grampians

HALLS GAP, AUSTRALIA — As has become a habit recently, we took it easy in the morning and got out of our cottage at the last possible minute. Continue reading “Hiking in the Grampians”

Hiking at the foot of Mount Cook

TWIZEL, NEW ZEALAND — The hiking gods must have read our post, because we had a perfect day at Aoraki, a.k.a. Mount Cook National Park. Continue reading “Hiking at the foot of Mount Cook”

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