I recently had the opportunity travel aboard the boat for the start of the Three Capes Track experience.
Tasmania has incredible beaches and even the most popular ones are rarely crowded. Venture to the lesser-known beaches and you’re often likely to have them to yourself.
The homestay was easily the highlight of the week long food tour of Thailand
Villa Howden blends the rustic charm associated with the south of France or Tuscanny in northern Italy with a well-upholstered and sybaritic comfort.
Spectacular light show on Singapore Harbourfront
I’ve passed through fleetingly on numerous occasions since then, but this time I’m revisiting some old haunts. Which is not always easy, given the rapid pace of development pursued by the Lion City; more of which soon.
Along with my hard-working colleagues, I am very proud that the Port Arthur Historic Site took out two major awards at the recent Qantas Australian Tourism Awards. As well as being named Australia’s best Major Tourism Attraction, Port Arthur took the award for Heritage and Cultural Tourism. You can read more about it in this…
Feather dusters of all shapes and sizes – short ones for getting around bookshelves to great long ones on extendible poles for (presumably) giving one’s chandeliers a good going over, all extravagantly constructed of ostrich feathers, sufficiently long and luxurious enough to adorn the headress of a Pigale showgirl.