Author: Danica-Lea Larcombe

Danica-Lea Larcombe has a B.Sc (Environmental Health), a grad.dip in Education and has taken courses in Journalism, Travel Writing, and Photography. She currently works full-time as an environmental health officer and lives with her small Maltese X dog near the beach. Danica’s first travel narrative was self-published and titled ‘Pushing the Boundaries: A Mission to See the World’. It is for sale via Lulu.com and Amazon.com. Over 100 books were sold via bookshops in Perth. Newspaper reviews were very positive. Her second book 'Abandoned in Paris' is about to be published.

Barn Hill Station Stay

As I sit in my campervan named Mitsy, I look outside through the darkness at three white paper lanterns bobbing back and forth in the breeze.  Inside is a pretty red light on a benchtop and I listen to trance music on my Soundtouch speaker.  My dog Bella sits near my feet on the carpeted floor. I am here primarily… Read more →

New York at midnight

I got to see a lot more of New York than I originally planned, thanks to American Airlines!  Of course I did see some fantastic views of Manhattan from the Weehawken Harbourfront because the conference I went to was based there.  Weehawken is a quiet suburb opposite Manhattan and the quickest way to get there is by ferry or through… Read more →

Yoga on Crete – Hatha with Federica (Hora Sfakion, Week Two)

Yesterday 13 people arrived for this weeks retreat.  What a lovely mix – Swedish, Norwegian, Londoners, Scottish, German, Netherlands, Irish and American, and from them came some real characters.  Steven who was animated and adored my wardrobe, Ryo who was ‘out there’, stress-free, and a lover of all women, Claire with her Yorkshire accent and variable facial expressions, and who… Read more →

New York!

I will be visiting New York again in May to attend the Inflame Working Group as part of my research.  After 15yrs will New York have changed?  This time it will be summer, so I look forward to walking through Central Park in the sunshine.  Has the subway changed at all, or the fresh bagel stores, or Toys ‘R’ Us… Read more →