Western Australia by Jo CastroTourism brochures are pretty, but sometimes they don’t tell you what you really want to know. Well,  now you’re in the right place for an insider’s look at life, holidaying and travel in Western Australia – complete with information about where to wine, dine, recline and have a great time.
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  1. Denise Gillies

    This is such an interesting blog, Jo. I’m really looking forward to being able to do my own (one day)

  2. Thank you so much, Denise. It really means a lot to me that people do find Zigazag interesting. As JK Rowling said recently in an interview with Jennifer Byrne: “Most Writers write to have a conversation with their readers, otherwise why bother writing.” I agree with that, and my aim is to ‘Make Connections and Share Conversations’ as I hopefully help and entertain Zigazag’s readers.

  3. You have every good reason to start a blog Denise, and a great product in The Lyndendale Gallery to blog about. I look forward to helping you soon.

  4. Great idea! love the new format Jo with different themes on different days, which will give your blog variety to attract a wide range of readers. I always love reading your new posts and I am sure the attendees at your blogging workshop came away with a host a new skills and ideas.

  5. Thanks Jill, I’m looking forward to posting with a little more diversity too. I hope the workshop attendees did garner lots of new ideas … I think they did, and we all had some fun during the learning! I learnt a lot from them too 🙂

  6. I found some good stuff to read here – when i am a bit more free.. Keep posting 🙂

  7. Hello! So very delighted to meet you in the flesh at #pbevent. Here’s to lots of happy reading.

  8. Hi Seana, yes it was brilliant to meet you too! What a fabulous event The Problogger Training Event (#pbevent) was! Let’s keep in touch 🙂

  9. Thanks Annabel – very kind – sometimes you just never know if they’ll be good or not and I’m no pro. My hubby also takes a lot – much better than me 🙂

  10. I love the idea of curating different content on different days of the week…(I also started doing that recently to keep my content on a steady schedule!) Glad I found your blog, and look forward to reading about your adventures!:-)

  11. Glad you like the idea, Jess. It’s working well for me – hope it is for you too? Would be great to have you along on my adventures, hope to see you back here soon 😉

  12. Hello, you have a wonderful blog. Your travels and actualy seeing all the wonderful places to visit. Now, I want to visit Australia even more. Gorgeous photos. Have a great week ahead.

  13. Thanks Eileen, and I hope you do get to Australia one of these days:)

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