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JOHN ROZENTALS finds great food and a very comfortable B&B on the outskirts of Canberra.

“Gunda bloody where?” asked my sister when I told her where I was headed. … Continue Reading

Seychelles Tourism Corporate History

The Seychelles lie like a string of pearls amid the cerulean waters of the western Indian Ocean, roughly one thousand miles from the African coast.  … Continue Reading

Coming Out of My Shell

Hunted and harassed around the world, have these delicate sea creatures found sanctuary here in Samoa? Roderick Eime delves beneath the waves in search of these enigmatic and delightful animals. … Continue Reading

Seychelles – a taste of four continents By Glynn Burridge

If, as is often argued, a nation’s gastronomy is its most influential ambassador, then nothing can do greater credit to the Seychellois Creole culture than its divine cuisine. … Continue Reading

Totally Cured and Cultured at Bennelong

Dream about dining inside the dramatic sails of the Sydney Opera House with its spectacular views, creative food by the supremely talented Peter Gilmore, but think you need the king’s ransom? Helen Flanagan experienced the luxury without the linen. … Continue Reading

Seychelles – a taste of four continents By Glynn Burridge

If, as is often argued, a nation’s gastronomy is its most influential ambassador, then nothing can do greater credit to the Seychellois Creole culture than its divine cuisine. … Continue Reading

Historic Sea Island Fortress

There’s a tiny island off Helsinki that is tapping into the international tourism market through its history. Global roaming John Newton made a whistle-stop visit while on his way to a sea fortress that once protected the Finnish capital, before indulging himself in a very special sauna back on the mainland. … Continue Reading

Sailing among the Seychelles Islands: By Glynn Burridge.

You will find that the Seychelles Islands are pretty much a year-round sailing destination with that year divided between two opposing trade winds: the northwest trades averaging eight to twelve knots and blowing from November to March with the slightly brisker southeast trades appearing between May and September with an average speed of between 10 and 20 knots. … Continue Reading

Soc Trang Province emerges as gateway to Con Dao Island

One out of 13 provinces in the Mekong Delta Region in the southern part of Vietnam, Soc Trang Province emerges as a gateway to Con DaoIsland, which is just about 83km away in the Eastern Sea. … Continue Reading

An Added Touch of Class

Sleek and sparkling white, the twin ferries of the Silja Line are more like cruise ships than passenger/car ferries plying the pristine waters between Helsinki and Stockholm and vice versa. … Continue Reading

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