Yehliu Geopark was on the north-east coast of Taiwan, technically considered New Taipei City. After an hour-long bus ride from Taipei Main Station, I walked the remaining short distance to the site that I’d first heard about from a fellow blogger — twobrownfeet. I hadn’t been impressed with much I’d seen around Taipei until I arrived at this location. Continue reading Yehliu Geopark
To be honest, I’d never heard of a lava blister until I traipsed around Williamstown’s point and came across this unusual rock formation. Continue reading What is a lava blister?
Most of the trails to the various sites along the Great Ocean Road were a mere 100-300 metre walks. The Grotto path was one of the longest, a still short 700 metres. Continue reading The Great Ocean Road’s Grotto
I hadn’t been impressed by Malta’s main island. But a year and a half after my last visit, that was about to change. My daughter drove south to the Blue Grotto where we took a boat ride out of a fiord shaped inlet over water of the most beautiful colour, into the Blue Cave and past arched rock formations. Continue reading Malta’s Blue Grotto