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Catalina Island: 26 Miles Across the Sea by Roderick Eime, editor of Adventure Cruise Guide

“Twenty-six miles across the sea Santa Catalina is a-waitin’ for me Santa Catalina, the island of romance A tropical heaven out in the ocean” … Continue Reading

Lonely Lighthouses of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland

Expedition cruiser, Roderick Eime, explores the wild and wonderful shores of eastern Canada aboard Silverseas’ Silver Cloud. … Continue Reading

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

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