Hey everyone hope your all well today. Here in Australia its "RU OK DAY?" So I do hope your all ok xx You might have noticed something different on the blog and Instagram today. 3 Sistersabroad has been going for 5 years. I first started this blog after our trip to Europe. Now due to … Continue reading Whats in a name?
We have all seen art on building walls, laneways, Silo art (will do a post on this at a later date). Art on cows you say? Mooving Art to boot? Scattered around the Greater Shepparton area are 3D fiberglass bovines - cows . I can remember over 4 years ago when living in Shepparton I … Continue reading Mooving Art of Shepparton
This was our last morning in Seville, and it would be a busy one. Breakfast was early as we had to check our bags onto the coach. Due to the Easter Celebrations our coach was only allowed to be parked in the side street for 20 minutes. We would meet up with our coach near … Continue reading Day 2 – Seville Spain
On the 28th February every year marks Rare Disease Day. This year its on the 29th February - Leap Year. I have two - Tuberous Sclerosis and Lymphangiomiomatosis. When I was young around 6 I had some suspicious lumps removed from my face. I remember having them and then not having them. I know … Continue reading Its Rare Disease Day 29th February
Sitting here watching the devastating fires happening in Australia makes me realize how lucky I am. Im in my lounge room with the TV on, lap top on my lap, sun shining with a blue sky while others are on the beach or in boats shielding themselves from the smoke and flames. I have friends … Continue reading Goodby 2019 and Hello 2020
Our next stop would be for lunch. A beautiful seaside town Nazare Portugal. It was cold and the rain was threatening so we went looking for somewhere to eat. We noticed our guide head into a restaurant and decided we would eat there also. Of course due to my fish allergy had to make sure … Continue reading Nazare Portugal, a seaside town.
Our last afternoon in Porto. We decided to just let our feet take us around Porto. Dark rain clouds were looming so we wore our rain jackets. It was also very cold. We came across a market selling local wares and this is where the rain started falling. Porto is very hilly with most streets … Continue reading An afternoon in Porto
In the last few months our blog has been nominated for not one but 3 awards. Actually one of these The Sunshine Blog Award was from last year. I mean how bad is that. The blog gets nominated and I do nothing! The First Sunshine Blog Award was from thegotogirlsblog last year. The Second … Continue reading – Leibster and Sunshine Awards
Our visit this morning would be to Castelo Rodrigo. This was a surprise as we were to have visited the Coa Valley. Apparently the dock for the Coa Valley was closed. Castelo Rodrigo is one of the historical hill top villages in Portugal. I hadn't heard of this place at all. Once I … Continue reading Castelo Rodrigo – The Secret Historic Village on the hill
On the Tuesday of Day 6 of our cruise we were all going to Salamanca. This city is the capital of Salamanca province and is part of the Castile and León region. It is classed as an UNESCO World Heritage sight. It began very humbly during the Iron Age, and, over the years, included … Continue reading A day in Salamanca – Spain