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Danielle Holloway

Discover Iceland with Storm & Xavier

Discover Iceland with Storm & Xavier

TLC once said “don’t go chasing waterfalls” Maybe we should have taken some of that advice literally, within 2 hours of picking up our camper van we had managed to get stuck in a ditch looking for Skógafoss Falls. After a helpful tow from a reasonably confused Icelandic Farmer, we managed to find our way to the falls where we could camp for the night, it was dark when we arrived but we could hear the booming rush of water as we chowed down on some cardboard flavoured macaroni. We rose with the sun the next morning. The mist from...

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Danielle Holloway

Merry People x Happy Glamper

Merry People x Happy Glamper

We recently packed up our cars, put on our sunnies, our wide brim hats and drove down to Balnarring on the Mornington Peninsula for a getaway with Happy Glamper. We had never been glamping before, so it was a new experience for all.   When we arrived at the campsite our tents were already magically set up! Inside there was a queen-size bed (Yes, an actual bed that was elevated from the ground) a fridge, a power board, fresh towels, games, deck chairs and a heater. The fit-out was super cute with a boho country style.  Because we were on a campsite we had access...

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Danielle Holloway

100 years of The Great Ocean Road

100 years of The Great Ocean Road

On September 19 the Iconic 243km stretch of of road marked 100 years since its construction commenced. To celebrate Visit Great Ocean Road, together with The Social Crew created five (very impressive) pop-up cinemas along the road. Each pop-up tells a story about its construction and some historical information about each town. The ladies from Social Crew work in the same building as us - so Tim & Dani went down last week to spend the day in the sunshine, volunteering at the Torquey cinema! If you want to learn more about the Great Ocean Road, or have traveller friends...

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Danielle Holloway

Merry People x Riparide

We recently did a collaboration with Riparide & Melbourne storytellers Storm & Xavier.  Storm & Xavier had an overnight stay in Terip Terip - a small area in the Murrindindi Region, two hours north of Melbourne with only 60 residents.  See below their photos and a video from their stay at the Hee Haw Hut. Can you guess why it is called the Hee Haw hut? ;)    Click below to watch the video of their stay. @oddsockssociety (Storm & Xavier)     

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