Let me tell you about me and Travel – I’m addicted! From not being much of a traveller in my youth, I have now seen most of Australia, my home, and about 36 other countries! The flight tracker map (Courtesy – Australian Frequent Flyers) shows some of those countries, but there are more that I’ve travelled to by road or by cruising. I have a bucket list as long as my arm and I am continually looking to tick places and experiences off that list.
My name is Liz Sier and I’m married to Vin and we live in Melbourne, Australia. I’m a mother of 4 and grandmother of 9. I didn’t fly in an aeroplane until I was 14 years old and didn’t go overseas until the 1980s. I really got the bug in 2003 when Hubby and I flew to Europe, visiting London for a couple of days before heading to France and Italy, where we spent five weeks driving through those wonderful countries. The die was cast, and since then we have tried to add new destinations to our itineraries, travelling overseas for four or five weeks at a time, every year or so.
I have enjoyed myself so much and had so many wonderful and amusing adventures that I want to share them (and my photos) with you. This will be a work in progress as I document the trips I have done and add new trips in the future.
If you love to travel like I do then you will love this website. Even if you just like reading stories about travelling and imagine yourself being there you’re going to enjoy this site. Planning on travelling? Then you will find ideas and hints to assist you.
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