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A Lady Forever in Waiting Roderick Eime goes to great depths for a story

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. … Continue Reading

Seychelles: The place for families by Glynn Burridge

Seychelles is very much in the news these days for the way that its tourism industry has taken off, with an ever-widening choice of accommodation options and flourishing suite of activities and entertainment. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS can’t believe his luck in the Mary Valley when he spots seven platypuses in the wild

I’m no stranger to early starts but I’ll have to admit that it’s the first time I’d been up at first light and in a kayak searching for platypuses — or is it ‘platypi’ or is the plural the same as the singular? … Continue Reading

The Seychelles Islands: The ultimate cocktail of exclusivity, diversity and affordability

For a long time the Seychelles islands have been synonymous with a rich man’s playground…a place where extremely well-heeled travellers languish on sleek yachts and on the sun-decks of opulent five-star hotels or upon the beaches of exclusive island hideaways, enjoying the rich trappings of vacations which are beyond the reach of all except a very few fortunate individuals. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS visits Maleny and relishes the chance to get a real taste for the Sunshine Coast hinterland

I’m really unsure where this stands in PC terms, but I was quite pleased that I was accompanying my wagyu rump with a glass of Brouhaha Milk Stout — the makings of which had been in the diet of the steer in question before it had been sacrificed, partly for my plate. … Continue Reading

Absolut Beach

The very name ‘Seychelles’ seems to whisper Paradise.  As your aircraft homes in on those tiny specks of land in the glittering waters of the Indian Ocean – far away from the strains and pressures of modern life – prepare to witness a miracle. … Continue Reading

Superb fishing in stunning Seychelles

Situated 1000 miles off the east coast of Africa, the legendary beauty of Seychelles’ 115 sparkling islands hold the promise of silver beaches, swaying palms and clear, warm turquoise water. … Continue Reading

First to the Frozen Continent

Im early and Im excited. Its the start of the spring expedition cruise season to Antarctica, and Im on the first ship leaving Ushuaia in Argentina, the most southerly city in the world. At this time of year, well experience the Antarctic in all its icecovered grandeur. Its an exhilarating prospect. … Continue Reading

Flora & Fauna/ The Seychelles Eco-Experience/ Eco-Tourism

Seychelles’ 115 islands have existed in their secluded corner of the Indian Ocean since 150 million years, when the landmass that was Gondwanaland left behind a tiny underwater continent whose highest peaks we know today as the Seychelles Islands. … Continue Reading

The Seychelles Islands’ unique diversity

The Seychelles islands as a holiday destination is one that pleasantly assaults ones senses with myriad colours…and experiences. Everything found in the archipelago boasting some 115 islands is never black and white – in fact, it is always interspersed with warm browns, striking turquoise and other hues found in the colour spectrum. … Continue Reading

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