Entries by 6sensesoftravel

Club Swizzle!

Just came home from seeing the awesome Club Swizzle at the Brisbane Festival. It was such a good show! Set in a hazy nightclub atmosphere, with a stage functioning as a bar before the show and in the interval, the show consisted of “bits” of performances from various performers. From singers, tap-dancers, contortionists (her performance […]

Brisbane Festival

What an amazing start in the Brisbane Festival Season! We have seen our first show last night and there is a good chance this one might already have been the highlight! The show called “Fear and Delight” has completely soaked us in from the first moment. A perfect combination of erotic dance and circus performance, […]

Liebster Award Nomination 2015

This is exciting! We have been nominated for the Liebster Award 2015 by Julia Jerg of Jey Jetter -thank you for that Julia! 🙂 Now, what is the Liebster Award all about? The word liebster is german and means something like sweetheart, darling, beloved -however here it might also be roughly translated to favourite. It’s an award for bloggers […]

Jared’s birthday dinner

It’s Jared’s birthday today and so we went out for dinner with his family. We have been to a excellent restaurant called The Hutch Bistro serving modern European style food. I loved their menu with a big choice of seafood dishes. I decided for the crabmeat tortellini and although the portion could have been a bit […]

A weekend at Byron Bay

For Nina’s last weekend in Australia, I took her on a trip, to show her some nice places down the coast from Brisbane. Our main stop was Byron Bay. It’s a small beach town, which with its laid-back atmosphere, exceptional hippie community and beautiful beaches attracts tourists and backpackers all year long. Also it is just […]

A bike tour through Brisbane

Today we have rented bikes from Brisbane’s public bike sharing CityCycle and I took the girls on a tour to explore the inner city of Brisbane. This is an absolutely perfect possibility to see the city and enjoy great views, as the Brisbane River is flowing through all of the main areas and the bikepaths […]

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

One of the things Nina was looking forward to the most since we have been planning her trip to Australia was to get to see the Koalas and Kangaroos up close. So today, I took the girls to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary,  where visitors can not only watch the animals but get much closer. […]

Finally! i’ve got my girls back!

Today is a special day. After Jasmin has already come up from Sydney a couple days ago, finally Nina, my best friend from back home in Germany landed in Brisbane last night and I can not even describe how excited I was when we picked her up at the airport. The last time I have […]