If you have a day to spare and want to branch out of the typical Sydney experience, you may want to consider adding Lithgow to your list of places to visit. Situated on the foothills of Blue Mountains (Mts) and central west of Sydney, Lithgow is often a stopover location for many road trippers, before continuing on to country New South Wales (NSW). And I’m here to give you at least 9 reasons why you shouldn’t overlook this diverse region as part of your Sydney road trip itinerary. When Sydneysiders hear Lithgow being uttered, you tend to get mixed reactions – majority being whingey city folk. True, it is a quiet area but all you need is a day…or two..or three! Thinking outside the norm and actually paying attention to the surroundings, I’m actually quite surpised on how much there is to do and see along the way, and I wanted to share this with you.
Just a quick post to say Merry Christmas and happy holidays to you and your families. And if you’re out there exploring the world, be safe wherever you are. See you back here in a few days. Featured Image: I made these cute strawberry Santa hats with white chocolate, desiccated coconut, eggless chocolate brownie.
I’m no photographer and I’m not afraid to admit that I sometimes need help from photo editing apps – especially if they’re free. I love to travel. I love cameras. And I’m also pro Android.
Is it? It is supposedly the “best known cave in the world“. I probably haven’t travelled or researched enough but I had never heard of it – until three years ago. The Postojna region is situated south west of Slovenia. Postojnska-Jama, otherwise known as Postojna Cave, is located approximately 1km from the centre of Postojna.