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John Rozentals has some reservations but Maitland’s Coquun soon quells them.

I must admit to some qualms about dining at Coquun, one of Maitland’s newest restaurants. … Continue Reading

Ketchikan has rain, totem poles and plenty of interest

Phensri and Len arrive in Ketchikan to be greeted with low cloud, rain and a bleak outlook. Although it was June, it looked more like February. But we should not have been surprised. The city has been nicknamed the “Rain Capital of Alaska” as it receives nearly four metres of rain each year over 230 wet days. … Continue Reading

Disneyland Resort Needs An Extended Visit To See It All

Disneyland Park has always been the number one U.S. day trip for Australians but there is so much to see and do at The Happiest Place on Earth in 2020 that you really need to spend several days at the resort. … Continue Reading

Barossa Travel Feature

If I reach back through the decades I can find myself in the Barossa in Penfold’s Kalimna Vineyard with John Duval, then the company’s chief winemaker and in charge of producing its most fabled wine — a red known as Grange. … Continue Reading

Cruise Ship’s Historic Return to SA’s Copper Coast

When CMV’s Vasco da Gama made its maiden call to sleepy Wallaroo, the town and its history came alive. Roderick Eime ( ) is there for the big day. … Continue Reading

How to kiss a camel … By JOHN ROZENTALS

Come on. Hands up. Be honest now.

How many of you have been snogged by a camel on your birthday? I bet not many. … Continue Reading

Kimberley Cruising On Wandjina Time

Time moves so slowly in the Kimberley, it might as well stand still. Adventure cruiser, Roderick Eime ( ), faces off with the ancient Wandjina. … Continue Reading

Exploring the arty side on Noosa By JOHN ROZENTALS

I’ve just emerged from Peter Phillips’ gallery near Noosa with three pairs of signed designer socks, but much more importantly I’ve spent half an hour chatting with the eighty-year-old godfather of British Pop Art, now firmly ensconced in the warmer climes of southern Queensland. … Continue Reading

Akaroa Is A Stunning Town With A Rich History

Dallas Sherringham explores a once sleepy town that only came alive in the summer holidays, but that all changed when the cruise ships started arriving en masse after the earthquake in nearby Christchurch. … Continue Reading

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