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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

Walking the Dog in Switzerland

International travel expert, John Newton braved the icy conditions up on the Saint Bernard Pass to catch up with some friendly giants for a walk in the Swiss Alps. He was relieved to swap the mountains for level ground where he mingled with younger, mischievous furry friends. All 10 of them.  … Continue Reading

Tap and Go See the Sights of Sydney

Do you know why an Opal Card is a true gem? Helen Flanagan, filled with wanderlust, tapped away on trains, buses, ferries and light rail for minimal dollars but was very envious of those with senior’s cards because fares are capped at $2.50 a day. … 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

JOHN ROZENTALS meets some passionate individuals on an accidental encounter with Outback Queensland’s pre-history.

Hugh Calvey lives in northern NSW but has become something of a regular in the Outback Queensland town of Winton, which he visits a couple of times together with a bunch of friends. … Continue Reading

Sailing Mekong’s Past in The Present

ABOUT to step aboard the little river boat Toum Tiou 1 in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City for a trip up the mighty Mekong River to Siem Reap in Cambodia, we suddenly baulk at what we see lays before us. … Continue Reading

Fecamp, Cuisine and Benedictine!

If you said to me “I need somewhere different to take my conference group” and I replied “take them across the channel to France!… Continue Reading

Len Rutledge goes ‘down the tube’

Slam, bang, bif, pow! I awake to unfamiliar sounds and cautiously pull up the blind. Oh, it’s just two kangaroos having a ‘friendly’ stand-up fight just outside my window. There’s nothing unusual about that at Undara. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS finds an attractive accommodation alternative in the Far North Queensland holiday haven of Port Douglas,

The Captain Cook Highway north from Cairns to Port Douglas runs very close to coast for much of the hour-long drive. … 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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