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    Here are 3 self development books to boost your life

    One of the things that I’m passionate about are books! I just love to read good stories and learning from others experiences. I like to spend hours in a good library and get lost in many options! Now, I’m spending more time browsing online than in store but it’s kind good actually! I can research and get the best for the moment. So, what I want to share here is that I found these 3 books below just amaaaaaazing for self improvement and they helped me a loooot to change some old habits, even choices, decisions and they gave me new insights to act and changing things that needed to…

  • Australia,  New South Wales

    Awesome Things To Do | Berry, South Coast NSW

    The charm and stylish Berry is located in the Shoalhaven region of the NSW South Coast and it’s a beautiful quick country escape. I loved my weekend gateaway walking around the gorgeous town of Berry. How to get there Berry is around two hours driving from Sydney and you can take the spectacular Grand Pacific Drive to get there. You can also take a train from Sydney to Berry, a scenic journey of around three hours, but I really recommend to hire a car to enjoy the region with more freedom. Where to Stay Accommodation options include country cottages, B&Bs, boutique inns and farmstays. I stayed at The Pines Bed and Breakfast as it’s very busy at the…

  • Art,  Australia,  Stories

    We painted a new Mural in Sydney

    Last month, my beloved husband and Sydney artist @BrunoMota created a new amazing mural for a lovely Yoga Studio in Rosebery, NSW. Of course I was there supporting him again in his duties painting, photographing and filming everything in this project! The new artwork is part of a yoga studio rebranding. Bruno’s idea is to bring positivity, balance and energy through his colours to when the studio opens its doors after quarantine, due covid19. It was a great time of a healing process for us and hopefully it helps in some way the members of this studio. Namaste 🙏 Do you love art? Follow us on Instagram: @BrunoMota & @HeyCassiTravel…

  • Australia,  Hunter Valley,  New South Wales

    A Weekend away in Hunter Valley

    Hunter Valley is definitely a place to go if you’re visiting Sydney or New South Wales. It took me 4 years living in Sydney to visit the region but I loved and I’m planning to come back every year if I can. What a lovely place to relax, enjoy a weekend gateway, trying different wines and delicious food. Location The Hunter Valley, north of Sydney in New South Wales, is one of Australia’s major wine regions. Known for varietals such as Semillon and Shiraz, it’s home to numerous wineries, including world-renowned brands and family business boutique operations. Most are located south of the Hunter River and offer cellar door wine…

  • Beaches,  Cook Islands

    Cook Islands Travel Guide

    The Cook Islands are one of the most beautiful places that I’ve ever seen in my life. The water is so incredible blue, its nature is so preserved and the people who lives there are also amazing! It’s not a famous tourist destination around the world what makes this place even better than any other. You can have this wonderful entire paradise only for you. I highly recommend this heaven on earth for couples, families or anyone who wants to relax and enjoying a perfect paradise! Location The Cook Islands are located in the South Pacific Ocean, northeast of New Zealand, between French Polynesia and American Samoa. There are 15…

  • Chile,  Mountains

    Chile: 6-Day Itinerary in Santiago

    Chile is an amazing holiday destination in South America. It’s also a great stopover. As I’m living in Australia since 2015 and every year visiting family in Brazil, it’s a great break of my long flights journey to my home country. I’ve been in Santiago twice and it’s a very charmin and modern city. From the flight, you can see the massive and stunning beauty of Andes Mountains, it’s breathtaking. Don’t forget to book the window seat! Santiago, the chilean capital is one of the most developed destinations in South America. The city is clean, has an efficient subway system and several tourist spots with options for all ages. Planning a…

  • Art,  Australia,  Stories

    My artistic side

    If you follow me on Instagram @Heycassitravel you know that sometimes I’m an artist! 🙂 But if it’s your first time here, I will share with you how it all began… Bruno Mota, my husband is a professional painter around 10 years and back in that time, we started painting together in Brazil, but I didn’t find motivation to keep going professionally and Bruno did. So I watched him grow painting since his first canva, developing so many skills with talent and passion. Still in Brazil, I started to be very interested in street art, graffiti and in big public projects. Since the beginning Bruno found his own style and…

  • Australia,  Melbourne,  Victoria

    4 Days in Melbourne Itinerary: Complete Guide for First-Timers

    Melbourne is such a beautiful city. I’ve been there twice and it was a lovely experience on both. The first I was a student and it was a very budget trip and the second was with my parents, so a great tourist and food itinerary. Both times I visited during the winter time and it so cold, we could enjoy nice restaurants, great wineries, stunning views and I will share with you my favourite things to do if you’re a first timer in Melbourne! How to get there You can fly with many Australians airlines as well as Qantas, Virgin, JetStar and Tiger…Melbourne is the capital and most populous city of…

  • Bali,  Beaches,  Indonesia

    The Ultimate Bali Travel Guide For First Timers

    Bali is now on the top of my list of favourite places in the world. It’s a place that will make you wishing to go back thousand of times to make different itineraries, to explore other areas, to enjoy even more this magic island has to offer. I know that sounds a bit cliche, but I can’t leave this post without saying that: Bali it’s really an incredible place, its energy is surreal and it has a unique spirituality that makes us reflect on our own lifes. My first trip to Bali was profound and very transformative in every way, but most spiritual and I really hope to go back…

  • Stories

    My Quarantine Routine

    This is a very difficult time for everyone around the world. It’s so sad to watch what’s happening with all the people affected by the Covid-19. There is a lot of negativity out there and it’s being hard to live in these conditions of quarantine right now. But also, there are opportunities during this situation and I believe we need to keep going, staying positive and following the guides as well as the recommendations of World Health Organization – WHO and the government (health.gov.au) – Australia in my case. I’m already 40 days in quarantine where I live in Sydney, Australia. The numbers of Covid-19 cases here are falling as…

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