• Dubai

    Dubai itinerary: Things to do in your first day!

    After 15 hours of a flight from Sydney to Dubai, we finally arrived at the Dubai’s Airport. We had a stressful landing as the airport is one of the busiest in the world and when we’re getting close and preparing for landing, it was very foggy in Dubai (very usual) and our pilot couldn’t have the safe visibility required for landing at that time (around 6am), so our airplane had to go-around (take off again) not only 1 time but 2. It was very scary because when we felt the plane going up again there was no information but the pilot was amazing, explained the situation and we could have…

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    Dubai

    Things to do in Dubai: Desert Safari Tour

    This was one of the best and coolest things I’ve done in Dubai and I highly recommend it to all types of travellers: couples, families with kids, singles etc. It’s really worth it and it’s a lot of fun! The Dubai Desert is part of the Arabian Desert and attracts adventure-seeking travellers every day. Watching the sunset and being in the middle of the dunes is truly a wonderful experience. The most common tour for those who want to know the desert is the 4×4 Adventure tour Safari directly from the city of Dubai. Several travel companies run this tour and follow a similar itinerary in Dubai. However, we chose…

  • Australia,  Beaches,  Hotels,  New South Wales

    NSW South Coast – Milton, Mollymook & Ulladulla

    Living in Sydney, you probably have a list of holiday spots to visit. For those who love beaches, the NSW South Coast is one of the most popular and beautiful regions to visit. I recently spent 10 days exploring and found some great places to eat and drink as well as a few places to explore if you’re feeling adventurous. Milton, Mollymook & Ulladulla are located about three hours south of Sydney. The South Coast of NSW is a popular holiday destination for Sydneysiders. For those of you who don’t know, Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla are located about three hours south of Sydney. Those are small towns on the South…

  • Dubai

    What to wear in Dubai

    When you’re packing for a trip to Dubai, it’s easy to get caught up in the idea that you have to “dress to impress” or wear a very glamorous outfit   – but the truth is why not just be yourself? The general rule regarding dressing in public is to wear clothing that covers the shoulders and knees for women and it’s a good idea to carry a light sweater or a pashmina with you but my best advice is to dress semi formally and comfortable with great accessories. In my perspective, Dubai is a modern city that’s open to all kinds of people from all over the world. You’ll…

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    Dubai,  Hotels

    10 Reasons why you have to visit Dubai

    Dubai is a city that has it all: culture, food, history, and outdoor activities. There are endless reasons why you should visit Dubai on your next trip abroad. Here are just 10 of the many reasons you’ll want to see this rich destination for yourself. 1. Guinness Book of World Records Dubai is home to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Standing at 828 meters (2,717 feet), it has been recognised by Guinness as the tallest structure in existence today. The world’s largest shopping mall is also located in Dubai: The Dubai Mall contains over 1200 stores and over 200 restaurants! It also holds the world record for being…

  • Australia,  Hotels,  New South Wales,  Sydney

    Hotel in Sydney: Adina Apartment Hotel Chippendale

    I had an amazing staycation weekend at Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Chippendale in the beginning of this year! I planned this trip to stay closer to the city, enjoy the nightlife and also having the feeling to be a tourist in my own city again. I’ve been before to Chippendale but it didn’t compare with this experience. I could see the area in more details now with a lot of walkings and spend more time to really enjoy the region. I’ve arrived by train at Redfern station and walked around 12 minutes to the hotel. It’s very easy to walk from the station. I did my check-in at 2pm and…

  • Australia,  Sydney

    5 Things to Do in Chippendale

    Chippendale is a creative and food hub area located in the inner Sydney suburb. It’s a lovely place to shop around, appreciate the stunning renewed architecture of its buildings and houses, great art scenery and food. I listed quick 5 MUST things to do on your next visit. Visit the Central Park, which includes the restored terrace houses along Kensington St and the high-tech 21st-century vertical garden on the towering apartment complex. White Rabbit Gallery – to see a collection of contemporary Chinese art. Delicious eat street:  Find at Kensington Street over 25 restaurants from cheap and cheerful meals in Spice Alley to the acclaimed restaurants. The Japan Foundation Gallery…

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    Your Next Activewear – from Morning Walks to Zoom Meetings

    When it comes to fitness gear, comfort is a priority but I also value pieces that are beautiful and functional. In times like we’re living right now, the gym clothes become our uniform during all day. A lot of people are working from home or with a more flexible routine and lifestyle which requires comfort and athleisure outfits. So, for these morning walks directly to that Zoom meetings, we want to wear a great set of activewear that we don’t need to change it to start working or these that we can style with our professional pieces. Thinking about this, many fashion trends right now were totally designed to fill…

  • Australia,  Beaches,  New South Wales

    Amazing Things to do in Byron Bay

    Ohhhh Byron!!! How good is to travel and enjoy its warm weather and surf vibes during all year round? It was my second time in Byron Bay since I’m living in Australia – 2015, but this time now in a road trip as the pandemic situation is not allowing us to travel outside NSW yet (the borders should open for Xmas time!). Check my first trip to Byron Bay by clicking here. It was absolutely amazing to know this place for the first time and it has extra information. But on this post I will show you more things to do as I spent 10 days in this paradise! Explore…

  • Digital Marketing

    Loving my new Google Pixel Buds

    Last month was full of nice surprises! I received a lovely email from my #teampixel saying that I was going to receive a parcel with one of their latest launch to try it! I got so sooooo excited because it is always something really amazing from Google of course! If you follow me on Instagram @heycassitravel, you probably saw me unboxing a parcel from Google with my new Pixel Buds, but if you didn’t see it in real time there, here is somo photos and my reviews! First, I’m luck enough to have the opportunity to try Google products since they’ve started developing phones, but they’re just getting better and…