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Roaming the Wild

Love is the Ultimate Outlaw – Our Kiama Wedding

One month ago I got hitched to my long haired lover from Liverpool. The big day was a goddamn joyful explosion of love, colour, wine and tunes on a property on the edge of Kiama on the South Coast. As anyone who has been married would know, there are a mind-boggling amount of decisions that go into tying the knot. I will never underestimate that the single best one is obviously saying ‘YES’ in the first place (love you millions babe!). I’m also over the moon that Australia said YES to marriage equality this week! Everyone deserves the right to marry whoever they wish! Another was the choice of my bangin’ bridesmaids that were there through all the other steps and I couldn’t have made this wedding such a hit without my beloved bombshells.  Also, how hot do they look in these jewel-toned dresses?! Putting the spunky artist groom Phillip Marsden in charge of all things stationary and signage will be making couples jealous AF for years to come (unfortunately not pictured – will post …

Wild Spin with…MARIANNA JAMADI

Marianna Jamadi is one of those intrepid souls that inspires wanderlust through all of her creative endeavours. She is a professional photographer, travel blogger, and co-founder of boutique tour company El Camino Travel. For our first ‘Wild Spin with’ interview, we’ve checked in with Marianna to explore her approach to living and capturing the adventurous life… You travelled the world documenting your adventures through the blog Nomadic Habit – what were some of the most memorable moments of that journey for you? I will never forget my first horse ride which just happened to be in the middle of Mongolia with a nomad. I had to keep pinching myself. Neither of us spoke a common language and he was effortlessly riding his horse while smoking a cigarette while I was hanging on for dear life. The next thing I knew, I wasn’t just riding horses, I was herding his livestock. Here I was, in Central Mongolia with a nomad, on a horse, herding sheep with nothing but land in my view. It was something out …