The Tasman Peninsula

I left Hobart at about seven in the morning on Monday. My goal had been to catch the sunrise, but it eluded me (plus, I had to drive out of the city, and I underestimated the size of Hobart). My goal was to make it down to Port Arthur, a historic convict settlement on the…

Hobart

After my two weeks in Melbourne for work, I took a week and flew the 57 minutes (yes, it’s that short) to Hobart. I figured that, because I was so close, I couldn’t not go to Tasmania. So, I went. I had less than 24 hours in Hobart—after the flight and picking up my rental…

The Mornington Peninsula

On my last weekend in Victoria, I took a day trip down the Mornington Peninsula with a couple of friends. We went as far south as Fort Nepean, where we walked around the beach, and then had lunch in Portsea (I had quite possibly the worst parma I’ve ever had, unfortunately), and went wine tasting…

The Great Ocean Road

While in Australia for work, my team took a weekend trip to the Great Ocean Road, a 151 mile stretch of road along the southeastern coast of Victoria, Australia. Eleven adults and one baby piled into a twelve-passenger van and hit the road, drove south, and had a really wonderful time. We hiked through a rainforest…

The Digital Nomadic Life

I have attempted to be a blogger for around four years by this point. It … doesn’t stick. So, this isn’t a blog. It’s a periodically-updated website that will chronicle my journey while working as a digital nomad (read: someone who works in technology but doesn’t actually work in an physical office). After returning back…