Tag Archive: Cute Stuff

If you're hoping to see some wombats on your trip to Australia, we know the perfect place. Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary near Canberra (and a day trip from Sydney) lets you feed baby wombats, cuddle baby wombats and play with bigger wombats you normally could never meet. Here's how to book in.

Love Wombats? You Have to See Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary

Australia has some amazing animals, but my favourite has to be wombats. From the day I first read the book Diary of A Wombat I became obsessed. Their bucky-toothed faces, fat cuddly bottoms, those feet. The day I read about Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary near Canberra – a place where…
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Ainoshima island near Fukuoka, Japan is one of Japan's 11 cat islands. If you're planning a trip to Fukuoka, it's a short trip by ferry. Click here to read how to get to Ainoshima Cat Island, or save it to your Fukuoka or Japan boards for latr. #ainoshima #catisland #fukuoka #fukuokatravelguide #kyushu

Ainoshima: Fukuoka’s Cute Cat Island

I’m surrounded by kitties – they’re sleeping in fishing nets, chilling out in wheelbarrows, prowling the paths around the bright blue, fishing boat filled harbour hoping for snacks or just sitting in the sunshine doing whatever cats who live on an island do all day. This is Ainoshima, one of…
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Fun Things to do in Kyoto: Hunt Monsters in Yokai Street

Kyoto is known for beautiful temples and beautiful geishas, but watch out if you’re wandering the backstreets of one area – as there be monsters! A whole road full of them in fact. Check out our guide to Kyoto’s super-cool Monster Street aka Yokai Street. It’s one of the most…
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Just off the south coast of Japan, a day trip from Kyoto, Osaka or Hiroshima likes Okunoshima or Bunny Island where over 1000 bunnies are waiting for you to bring them snacks. Here's everything you need to know if you want to visit. Click to read it now or save it to one of your boards for later. #japanislands #japan #thingstodoinjapan

The Ultimate Guide to Rabbit Island, Japan

Its official name is Okunoshima but it’s better known as Bunny Island or Rabbit Island – a magical land just off the coast of Japan where over 1,000 bunnies run free, demanding snacks, cuddles, pats and selfies with the people who come to visit them every day. Yep, it’s as…
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What's it like to visit the Unicorn Cafe Bangkok?

Unicorns, Mermaids & Moomins: Bangkok’s Best Theme Cafes

Every so often I get a message on my Facebook page from a friend saying ‘saw this place and thought of you’…this place is the Unicorn Cafe in Bangkok. And when I went to Bangkok earlier this year it was literally the first place I went. Which proves two things…
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The Tale of the Opera House Seal

Everyday, hundreds, if not thousands of people go to visit Sydney Opera House, but most of them, don’t realise that if they took a few steps round the back of the building toward the harbour they’d get to see another fabulous Sydney sight, Benny – The Opera House Seal. Disclosure:…
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Harry Hedgehog Cafe Harajuku in Tokyo's Harajuku lets you play with hedgehogs. Here's everything you need to know if you want to go. | Tokyo | Hedgehog Cafe | Things to do in Tokyo |

Harry Hedgehog Cafe in Harajuku: Supercuteness Alert

Recently, I had the grand sum of eight hours in Tokyo – and two things I had to achieve in that time. Buy a dress for my friend’s rabbit (yes that’s a thing) and cuddle a hedgehog at the new branch of Harry Hedgehog Cafe Harajuku. Not surprisingly as you’re…
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