Tag Archive: travel

A Farewell Love Letter to London

You aren’t whimsical, shiny or even particularly stylish. You are practical, sturdy and seep into the hearts of your inhabitants with time.


You’ll find what you’re looking for in Budapest

As lazy as it sounds, it’s hard to think of a better way to sum up Budapest in a nutshell than to compare it to Berlin.


Oh Manchester, by Samantha Allemann

Don’t tell a Mancunian their city is the best. With pride for their arch rival footy sides, vibrant gay village and buzzing nightlife, they well know it.


Two days in the Rainforest

A Butterfly dances in the morning sunlight in front of my eyes. She is black and white and she flutters, atop the green vine.


Truffle hunting; Digging for Black Gold

Dusty the dog darts around the bases of the hazelnut and oak trees, sniffing the earth frantically. ‘Show me the truffle Dusty, show me the truffle,’ her master affectionately instructs. Our group eagerly… Read More


THE MULTIPLICITY OF ONE: EMBODYING PLATO’S CAVE

Looking at Plato’s infamous Cave once again feels like coming full circle, after a six-year orbit. The Cave, thanks to our long acquaintance, feels like a comfortable venue in which to tinker with… Read More


Travel: When things go wrong

Rhosian Woolridge offers advice for the unsuspecting traveller: More often than not, the best travel stories involve something going terribly wrong. That awful encounter with German highway patrol, when you thought the speed… Read More


The Byron at Byron cooks up a treat

If you’re a foodie looking for a luxurious getaway retreat, then pay attention, because The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa has cooked up something abso-bloody-lutely delicious for your delectation. Guests visiting the resort on… Read More


Interview: Loveariel Paints Walls in Bali

Sydney-based artist and musician Ariel Lauren Sexton-Shaw, perhaps better know to you as Loveariel, recently headed to Bali where she adorned walls with huge, stunning murals. We asked her more about it: Hey Ariel.… Read More


Froggyland: Adventures in Croatia

Somethingyousaid.com’s Tom Spooner spends some quality time with 507 taxidermy frogs: The old town in Split is beautiful. It helps that the bluest of skies spreads above it like a giant unblinking Scandinavian eye.… Read More


Newy: God’s (forgotten) country?

Ruth Hodge explains why Newcastle is awesome: Look at all you busy city people with those smirks on your faces. “Newy, God’s Country?” you pssshh, readjusting your arm that is currently being squashed… Read More


Greetings From Wycliffe Well

Nathan Roche searches for extra-terrestrial activity in Australia’s Northern Territory: The question is begging to be asked: “At what point does a small town realise it has no economy and must lie its way… Read More