Thetraveljunkie.org – Today, we bring you to exercise from The Briars to the beach via Balcombe Creek Estuary Boardwalk on Mornington Peninsula, Australia. This boardwalk took us from the boundary of The Briars Park, under the Nepean Highway, and through the bushland of the Balcombe Estuary Reserves to the beach – and we enjoyed it so much. The distance to the beach is about 3.2 km and takes around 2 hours return with a few breaks. It was really lovely!Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we will to show you one of our favourite Australian products. In this current crisis we are all focused on wearing our masks and protecting ourselves. We all know how important it is for our physical and mental wellbeing to be outside whether it is walking, running, surfing or other exercise. Don’t forget while you’re out and about exercising to protect your skin from the Australian sun. We love Maxiblock Sunscreen Australia products.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Today, we will bring you to exercise around Shelly Beach in Portsea on Mornington Peninsula, Australia. We went there in the afternoon, around 3pm. Then, in our break of exercise we spent 15 minutes of our time enjoying and blessing all our lives on a gorgeous jetty under the blue sky.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has ordered Metropolitan Melbourne back into lockdown, after a surge in coronavirus cases across the city’s suburbs. Unlike the statewide lockdown earlier in the year, this one does not include most of regional and rural Victoria. But it does include the “interface” areas where Melbourne meets the country, and the Mitchell Shire, centred around Seymour.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Last weekend, we took a trip to Portsea, only 10 minutes from our place in Blairgowrie, VIC. The small village of Portsea is the last retail precinct at the end of the Mornington Peninsula and known for having some of the most expensive real estate in Australia with clifftop mansions that exude luxury and style on a very grand scale.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – UPDATE 2020: There are many, many great travel blogs logo designs out there. A great travel blog logo is designed to stand the test of time. The Travel Junkie picked 40 of the most creative and well designed examples around – and you may be surprised by some of our choices.
What makes a great logo design for a travel blog? A great logo is instantly recognizable, simple in form, easy to remember, built for longevity, and able to fit different mediums of branding material.
Here, I decided to include some old favourites as well as some newcomers to bring you a list of brilliant travel blog logo designs with a difference.
Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we will to show you one of our favourite Australian products – perfect for our travel adventures – freshwater FARM shampoo, conditioner and soap bars. Situated on the Mid-North coast of NSW, freshwater Farm is a family owned and operated property producing a variety of distilled essential oils, from their farm to their gorgeous skin and hair products. This everyday luxury range of hair and body products has been designed with only the best natural ingredients. All products are 100% Australian made, never tested on animals, cruelty free and vegan friendly. Just the kind of brand we here at The Travel Junkie like to use.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Let us take you on a little virtual adventure to fall in love with the Briars on the Mornington Peninsula, Australia. There is much to love. The Briars Parks is home to abundant native flora and fauna. Vegetation varies with Woodland and Wetland walks and short link walks providing amazing opportunities to experience nature at its best in this beautiful property. A range of walks are accessed via the Wildlife Sanctuary Visitor Centre.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we give you a recipe, The Bojoku’s Indomie Mi Goreng Tumpeng. For the residents of Java, Bali and Madura islands, tumpeng is synonymous with joyful celebrations. It represent the relationship between humans and God. The other meaning of the tumpeng is inherent in its pointed cone, symbolizing the devotion toward the one God. The shape also alludes to the mountainous landscape of many Indonesian regions, particularly Java. The dishes around the cone signify the vegetation, forests and wildlife.Continue Reading