Toowoomba's newest Cafe 63 at Southtown One of the things I really like about the UK is the fact that dogs seem to be able to go most places with you, including cafes. Here in Australia, dog friendly cafes are the exception not the rule, if dogs are accepted at cafes, health regulations mean they … Continue reading Dogs and Cafe's
I usually do a quick #BookSnapSunday post today and I have wanted to post other updates but I have decided things will be quite for a few days at least. It is hard to think of anything at the moment other than the emergency unfolding in the southern states. Horror, sympathy, sadness, frustration, helplessness, anger, … Continue reading Cannot find words at the moment.
Now that we have bitten the bullet and again had a dog join our family we have had to consider the implications with our travel. We love bush camping and national parks. National parks and dogs do not mix. It does not matter how well behaved the dog is, just the scent of a dog … Continue reading How do you visit National parks when travelling with dogs?
https://www.instagram.com/p/BcICN4Ajeux/ One of my favourite cities in the world is Barcelona and it is a wonderful city to visit at Christmas. There is something unique and irreverent in the Catalan character that shines forth at Christmas with all the brilliance of a Christmas star. A couple of years ago we rented a flat just across … Continue reading Nobody does a nativity scene like Barcelona
Street art has been a rising phenomena around Australia over the last few years, what started out as hip and urban has spread to the country, some of the best pieces you will ever see can be found in quite, rural locations. Toowoomba has welcomed and nurtured the street art scene, hosting several rounds of … Continue reading Toowoomba street art scene.
We visited the awesome Bar Wunder on Saturday with Ada. Bar Wunder is Toowoomba's best known dog friendly venue, with a beer garden designed to welcome and cater to canine clientele and their well behaved owners. The four legged clientele have their own menu, including a (non alcoholic) pooch hooch in case the water is … Continue reading Bar Wunder – Toowoomba's own tail wagging great bar!
I cannot stress how much I am enjoying having a dog in my life and being able to take Ada with us as much as possible but it is worth noting that when you go camping not everyone who is sharing your camp ground feels the same way you do. It is always important to … Continue reading Being human friendly when taking dogs camping
Through Booksprout I was lucky enough to get a review copy of Jackie Lambert's wonderful new book: Dogs n Dracula: A Road Trip Through Romania (Adventure Caravanning with Dogs Book 3). While I am a big fan of Jackie's blog; World Wide Walkies and I did receive a free copy of the book I can … Continue reading Dogs n Dracula – a book post
So just back from a relaxing few days at Red Rock. I am not someone who is drawn to bright lights and crowds, I am happy with quite walks and solitude so I am drawn to quieter less developed places. Places like the Gold Coast are hell on earth to me, to be avoided at … Continue reading Relaxing at Red Rock
https://www.instagram.com/p/B5Ottxpg97z/ This weeks book snap, a delightful book about the nomad lifestyle with four dogs in tow. Really enjoying reading Jackie's account of exploring Romania in a caravan with four cavapoos. Would love to follow in Jackie's footsteps, one day maybe. This is a great read, especially if you are planning a trip to the … Continue reading #BookSnapSunday – Adventuring with dogs