About me

This blog is not just about my travels but also daily life in the beautiful city of Perth, WA. I love taking photos and I use the Samsung S10 which takes fantastic photos.   Most of my travels are well researched beforehand, going back and forth between google maps, tripadvisor and booking.com.  My husband comes along to keep me company!  
I hate to leave my two fur boys behind in kennels though and don’t like to be away for more than a month because of this. 
Plus I am now a grandmother of a two year old grandson with a granddaughter on the way!



Check out my posts to see where we’ve been so far.  




  1. What cute pups! I had a dog with up/down ears too. They are extra special. I have two elderly dogs and we can’t travel until they are done living on this earth. Too much maintenance for a kennel at this point. We’re looking forward to being able to travel but unfortunately the price for that will be more than I’d willingly pay if I had the choice.
    I’m enjoying looking through your blog and the fun places you’ve been though!

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    • Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting. Our dogs are still young so can just about cope with the kennels, but it’s still horrible all the same. We can’t travel outside of WA until next year anyway so at the moment it’s just a three or four night stay for them.

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  2. Hello Alison, finally I am able to get to your blog – only at night since Ihave no official wifi, but can reach you with the IPad – not computer). Was not expecting the rural side of Aust. Is similar to that of the USA. will get back to you when I have moved to my new place, to explain how to get your image s on the photo link list of aLl Seasons. would be jazzed if you could join us. there are 3 others fromAus who weekly join. have a lovely time until then, Jesh


  3. i’m looking forward to reading more of your posts. I’ve dipped in today and have had an enjoyable read and browse through your photos. I’ve never been to Perth but have been to Sydney, Brisbane, and Cairns and loved my time there. In fact, my husband and I agreed that if we’d been younger we would have seriously thought about emigrating! I have a nephew now living in Sydeny with wife and baby (permanent residents) and one in New Zealand, so I shall make my way down yonder one of these days when all this quietens down.


    • Hi
      Thanks so much for reading 🥰
      I’m very lucky to live in Australia now, coming all the way from Essex.
      Perth is beautiful but so far away from everywhere else, good at the moment due to Covid though.
      Your site says it’s been deleted, is that correct when I press on your name


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