Category Archive: Oceania

Expedition Australia

Dreams of travel consist of far-off locations and exotic animals, for most. The animals don’t get stranger and the location doesn’t get much further than the island of Australia. I know, it’s a continent… Continue reading

Sydney, Australia

  Sydney is the gateway to Australia for the many travelers who make their way down under. It’s the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. It’s a sprawling city that spans west… Continue reading

Blue Mountains of Australia

The Blue Mountains of Australia is one of the top national parks in the country. It’s easily accessible to most tourist traveling to Australia as it’s less than two hours away from the… Continue reading

Australia’s Northern Territory

Travel to Australia’s Northern Territory and you’ll see the true Australia. Visit and you’ll feel the heat and see the true grit of this arid and harsh land. Expedition Australia wouldn’t be complete without… Continue reading

Atherton Tablelands, an Australian Adventure

    When people travel to Cairns, Australia, it’s usually for one thing, the Great Barrier Reef. And, some will include a trip up to Daintree National Park, the world’s oldest rainforest. They’re great reasons… Continue reading

Great Barrier Reef and Fitzroy Island

Travel can be a long and arduous road. And, travel to the world’s largest island is no exception. I’ve recently returned from my Australia Expedition and it was longer than it should be. With no… Continue reading

Tahiti’s West Coast Paradise

      People travel to Tahiti every year, looking for a slice of paradise. You don’t have to go far on this small island. Majority of the larger accommodations are on the… Continue reading

Tahiti, Garden of Eden

Tahiti has been a popular travel destination for decades. The coastline has been the image of paradise since the first palm tree grew on its beach. We all know of its cover photo quality… Continue reading

Tahiti Mana

  Traveling to French Polynesia use to take months during the age of exploration and, now, just hours to fly to these islands of paradise. The western explorers sailed in their large sailing… Continue reading