FOREVER FLYING

A dose of Adelaide with a sprinkle of worldly knowledge

Adelaide links to Eurovision 2019

The Eurovision Song Contest is on for young and old once again. A period of time that forms my personal favourite week of the year. Music of all genres and lyrics sung with varying ability fill my ears and I … Read More

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How much should I tip on a walking tour?

As we run Adelaide’s daily tips-based walking tour, a question we get asked a lot is, “How much should I tip?”. Let’s be honest. It’s an awkward situation, for the traveller as well as us. Though, at the heart of … Read More

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Adelaide street art: the Leafies

This week we wanted to bring you a photo gallery of the Leafies – what we thought were awesome sculptures that infiltrated Adelaide across a six-week period. The street art emerged at the WOMADelaide Festival in mid-March, coming from the … Read More

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A traveller’s perspective of Anzac Day

As Australians and New Zealanders mark another Anzac Day with commemorations, it’s worth reflecting on how learning about a country’s past forms a great travel experience. For many travellers, the idea of exploring the world is more than just an … Read More

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Adelaide: City of Churches

For most of Adelaide’s history, the city has been known as a City of Churches. It’s a common nickname here among locals, and perhaps other Australians, but rarely heard of by travellers from abroad. Our naming as a City of … Read More

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A new Adelaide food tour on the scene

Adelaide is an Australian food mecca. In recent years, particularly the last decade as we’ve seen the city’s revitalisation kick in to high gear, general food awareness has skyrocketed. Among many things to cement this has been the annual Tasting … Read More

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Where to start an Adelaide tour and why

The Mall’s Balls, officially known as (The) Spheres, is an Adelaide sculpture of iconic proportions. Locals use it as a meeting spot, the easiest location to navigate without having to think. When friends organise to catch up, they say, “Let’s … Read More

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Harmonious travel on walking tours

On Harmony Day, we wear orange. In Australia on March 21, we celebrate Harmony Day. This is, as the organisation behind it officially quotes, “a day of inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone”. It coincides with the … Read More

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How a private Adelaide walking tour can benefit travellers

I love promoting Adelaide as a ‘secret capital’. I firmly believe Adelaide is still Australia’s best kept secret (out of the major cities, at least), for a number of reasons that I will touch on in a separate blog post. … Read More

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An Adelaide female tour guide’s ethic

International Women’s Day has come and gone for another year, but the day gave me thought about how men and women compare within the tourism industry. To put this in context: as an Adelaide woman, I come from a city … Read More

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