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Hawaiian Airlines Thanksgiving heralds 90th birthday

November 22, 2018 Headline News No Comments

Today is Thanksgiving Day – which Hawaiian Airlines celebrated on Tuesday with a cocktail party in Sydney’s Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour, complete with mai tai cocktails, Veuve Cliquot Champagne and latest news about the airline’s services. … Continue Reading

Wilpena Pound: A triumph under tarpaulin

“The roads were awful and the old bus slow and bumpy!”

Roderick Eime takes his mother on a nostalgic trip to the Flinders Ranges. … Continue Reading

Canada’s Periscope Into History David Ellis

October 27, 2018 Weird & Wacky No Comments

TRAVEL writing colleague Roderick Eime didn’t think too much about what appeared to be a very large flagpole sticking out of the roof of an old one-time warehouse he was walking by on a recent visit to St John’s in Newfoundland. … Continue Reading

137 Pillars on the move

From a century-old tumbledown teak house to a burgeoning luxury hotel brand, 137 Pillars adds Bangkok, Phuket and looks beyond Thailand … Continue Reading

Milwaukee: Easy does it

Roderick Eime look’s at USA’s smaller cities for a more relaxing experience.

If I were to ask you what you know about Milwaukee, Wisconsin, chances are you might recall the hit 1970s sitcom, ‘Laverne & Shirley’. Either that or you’re a bike nerd and know Milwaukee as the birthplace of the iconic US motorcycle brand, Harley-Davidson. … Continue Reading

Guns, God and Gin

Walking down the main street of Levuka wasn’t always such a blissfully quiet and peaceful affair. The first capital of Fiji was born into anarchy and the sort of wild life only created by stir-crazy seamen and hustlers. Roderick Eime walked the verandas and lush pathways of the little town, soaking up the history. … Continue Reading

When Hollywood Came To Samoa

An American drifter comes to a remote Polynesian island controlled by a Puritanical missionary and turns the social life of the island upside-down. … Continue Reading

Italian Treat: Amalfi Coast and Capri with Tauck

The last time I toured Italy extensively, I was sleeping on trains, rummaging through my backpack for loose lire and generally travelling rough. Okay, at 17 you don’t know any better and it’s all just one great adventure. … Continue Reading

Vanuatu: A Lady Forever in Waiting

When disaster struck one of the world’s luxury ocean liners in 1942, this famous lady went down with the ship. And you can still visit her today. Roderick Eime goes to great depths for a story … Continue Reading

The Ghan – a historic train journey more than century in the making

It was nearly 90 years ago when the first ‘Ghan’ railway service set out from Adelaide bound for Alice Springs. The construction of a complete line all the way to Darwin was one of the earliest dreams of the fledgling colony of South Australia soon after its establishment by free settlers in 1836. … Continue Reading

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