Named after the Greek Goddess Artemis, the winery represents the elements of Artemis’ character such as creation and the harvest. Today, it is a family run businesses and the 7th generation winemakers have been in the Southern Highlands since 1996 and have an absolutely stunning vineyard not far from Mittagong, and 1.5 hours drive from … Continue reading Artemis Winery – order online today
Last weekend before the social regulations were ramped up, we went to Leppington for some fresh figs, which our friend where_do_i_eat_pete had told us about. Leppington Valley Farm is open selling goods such as figs and eggs to the public. Only 45 min south west of Sydney, it’s a nice and easy drive to get … Continue reading Leppington Valley Farm
If you want a lovely little getaway, not far from Sydney to escape all the craziness that is Covid19, we can thoroughly recommend the South Coast. Our drive saw us go inland and then south since our departure point was Camden. You’ll find plenty of quaint little towns to pass through on the way down; … Continue reading Covid19 Social distance getaway in the South Coast
Siem Reap in Cambodia is a beautiful place to visit. Known for its heritage site of Angkor Wat, as well as amazing food, markets and hip little boutiques and ceramics. There's plenty to do and see. Whilst I was only there for three days, I certainly made the most of it. Known as temple town, … Continue reading Where to go in Siem Reap
We were lucky to have the opportunity to participate in the first of AAT Kings Bushfire Relief Giveback trips in collaboration with the #EmptyEsky movement. https://www.aatkings.com/bushfire-recovery/ https://www.emptyesky.com.au AAT Kings are running 100% 'Not for profit' trips to Bushfire affected regions and have been designed in collaboration with the local community to encourage people to make … Continue reading Bushfire Relief Giveback Experiences #EmptyEsky movement
We traveled in Israel for approx 3 weeks and learnt alot before departure, as well as the on the ground experience. We have compiled a list of helpful points that we hope will be of use to you. Passport Israel customs don’t stamp your passport, you are instead given a small blue card upon entry. … Continue reading Tourist tips for Israel
Have you ever wanted to train martial arts, but felt uncomfortable as a beginner or even training with men? Not that we should feel this way, but at times training with men can be intimidating. Alpha female academy is an offshoot of Sitshooton Gym in Rockdale. They saw a gap in the market in this … Continue reading Alpha female academy: martial arts – run by girls for girls.
If you're in Israel and are keen to do a bit of exploring, here's some interesting sites to visit. Dead Sea The Dead Sea is is the lowest point on earth, at 431 m below sea level. Evaporation has meant there’s less water and a higher concentration of minerals, in particular 34% salt as well … Continue reading Sites to visit out of Jerusalem
For International travelers who are not accustomed to Jewish tradition, you may not be familiar with Shabbat. It is A Jewish holy day or a day of rest. From Sundown Friday (approx 3pm) til Saturday approx 5/6pm (sometimes later), places close operation. Many businesses, services, and restaurants are unavailable including transport. Whilst Tel Aviv is … Continue reading What to do on in Tel Aviv on Shabbat?
Tel Aviv is a city on the Mediterranean coast of Israel with a promenade stretching along the beach down to the ancient port city Jaffa. The city has plenty of shops, amazing eateries, markets and a heritage area with UNESCO listed Bauhaus buildings, or the 'White City'. Arrive internationally here and it's your gateway to … Continue reading Where to go in Tel Aviv