Bridges are normally straightforward structures – sometimes quite striking. They’re built to span a physical obstacle, such as a body of water, a valley, or a roadway, and do nothing more than aid in the movement of vehicles and people.
I hope you like the hat in this photo. You may be seeing it on a regular basis. Today is the 2 month anniversary for my attack of Dengue Fever. We were in Melbourne, Australia, and it’s an event I will never forget.
Every major international city has its icon. London has Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower means Paris, and nothing says “New York” like the Statue of Liberty. For Sydney, this symbol is the beautiful,
Beginnings don’t get more humble than being a penal colony on what was, at the time, the absolute edge of the world. But sitting in a trendy, waterfront eatery and admiring the beautiful Opera House across the harbor will dispel any notion
The City of Sails has captured our hearts. From its bustling harbor filled with ferries to the Jetson-esque Sky Tower surrounded by charming neighborhoods. City planners seem to have worked hard on making Auckland a worldclass city, and it shows.
As if Dengue Fever isn’t bizarre enough, my doctor here in Wellington turned it up a notch today. My full test results came back from the lab and she called for a discussion.
Just a few steps from where we’re staying is one of the coolest areas in town – Cuba Street. It’s named after an 1840s ship that brought settlers to New Zealand, “The Cuba”, and it became the route of the