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It is very hard to put in to words the experience of seeing aurora/northern lights/aurora borealis/tiffany (what we named her), so before I do watch my short Iceland timelapse video which is heavily based around the aurora.
One of the most popular tours in Iceland are to the Ice Caves, also known as glacier ice caves, ice tunnels and sometimes Crystal Caves, in Iceland glaciers are truly spectacular. Continuing the series of Iceland articles, as mentioned Gil and I were lucky enough to be invited to join the Go Ecco
This is just a quick update to let everyone know that I took the steps while in Iceland to begin the next chapter in BehindVM and finally the introduction of my travel vlogs, whilst I have not been posting vlogs up until now, for the past 2 years I have been recording my movements as I traveled the
Its almost time, Iceland baby :), I have to admit Iceland hasn’t been on my bucket list very long, in fact it wasn’t even on my radar until late last year when I started making plans for WRC, New Zealand and Machu Pichu have been on my bucket list far longer (10+ years), anyway on
I will preface this post with one message, ‘Stop whatever you are doing and jump on a flight to central Australia, you will be BLOWN away‘, ok but really you will be. A few months ago I was lucky enough to travel to central Australia on a rally job (KKR), Alice Springs to Victoria with
Following on from my last CT post, looking back you really do need 4 or 5 days here, a few sunrises and a few sunsets, a day to just explore and a few days just to sit without a camera and enjoy it in one of the many waterfront restaurants, I did that during lunch but its an entire different
Scott Pedder and Dale Moscatt of Australian Rally Championship fame have made their debut together in the World Rally Championship. Competing in a Ford Fiesta R5 prepared by RMC Motorsport, Scott and Dale recently tackled the newly formatted Rally de Portugal, here are just some of my images of
Paris > Île de la Cité > Luxembourg Gardens More of this amazing city, From the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre and everything in between
Paris, France, The Seine River and the Notre Dam After a couple of days in the magical city and a few late nights walking around taking photos I decided to have a bit of a lazy day, my first stop was my favourite coffee shop were I had my first duck meal, damn sooooo good.
In less than a week I leave for 3 months away from home, as I write this I have already left home and am in Canberra, from here I fly to Europe for 31 days, I then fly back to Australia to Brisbane for a week of the ARC, from there I fly back to Europe for 45 days and then I finally fly home to
One of the many parks in Barcelona, Ciutadella Park is attached to the Barcelona Zoo, I was there on a weekday and it seemed so was most of Barcelona, ok not quite but it was bustling, families, couples, friends all enjoying the sun and their company, funnily enough as I got to the entrance of the