Guide To Cairns: Vintage/Secondhand Shopping

Guide To Cairns: Vintage/Secondhand Shopping

Since moving to Cairns, QLD, Australia in April, I’ve been slowly exploring the area and finding different activities that interest me. Cairns is definitely more suited for the outdoorsy/sporty type, of which I am not. I find more joy in artsy, musical, and creative things, which makes finding those things a little more difficult in an area like this. But I’m trying to see it more as a challenge. I also want to help others who are having the same struggle as me if they live in Cairns or visit or live in a similar area where they feel out of place.

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Babinda Boulders & Josephine Falls | Far North Queensland, Australia

Babinda Boulders & Josephine Falls | Far North Queensland, Australia

With limited opportunities to travel overseas or even within your own country if you live in Australia, my husband and I have been trying to make the most out of living in a beautiful part of the world in Far North Queensland and take day-trips every now and then to explore our own area.

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A weekend breakfast at Gallery 5 | Atherton, QLD, Australia

A weekend breakfast at Gallery 5 | Atherton, QLD, Australia

I’m starting a series on my blog featuring different restaurants and their gluten-free menu options. Yes, you can get a salad at almost any restaurant and it’ll be gluten-free “if you order it without the croutons” but no one really wants to eat a salad, and certainly not for breakfast. But if you’re the kind of person who enjoys eating a salad every time you go out for a meal, then congratulations. But this is for those of you who resent every person at your table because they can eat whatever they want while you eat ______ minus the ______.

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