Weekly News Roundup

by Commonwealth success Now in it’s 8th day of competition, the games have been an overwhelming success for the Australian team with 57 gold medals, 43 silver and 45 bronze. Our latest medals come from the Athletics track with Brandon Starc, cricketer’s […]

Take Yourself To Yoga Under The Tuscan Sun!

by 26 May- 2 June 2018 Nourish your way to health and vitality on this unique yoga retreat with Shaktiprem close to Florence and Siena! The retreat includes: 7 nights in a beautiful Tuscan Villa Morning energising yoga, midday relaxation practice and […]

Escape To Greece!

by Topdeck Travel have just released findings from their annual Travel Survey, revealing that GREECE is the number one travel destination for Australians, as well as the number one bucket list destination for travellers globally. The land of delicious food, white sandy […]

What Happened To The Aussie Tomato

by It’s summertime and tomato time, woo hoo , and this includes refreshing Greek salads. Anyone can make a Greek salad but if you yearn for a successful tasty outcome as I do, the ingredients need to be top quality. Particularly with […]

Chase, Escape And Retreat

by Want to know the best way to cater to your creative passion? The answer is to chase and escape! By this I mean first chase your passion, secondly choose when to escape from your daily routine and finally decided on what […]

Lucy Barnard Is Set To Walk The World

by Adventurer and all around thrill seeker Lucy Barnard is set to walk the world. Starting back in February 2017, Lucy plans to cover 30,000 kilometres within three years. Starting in Ushuaia, at the southernmost tip of South America and ending at […]

3 Reasons You Should Visit Miami

by Miami’s world-famous sun-kissed beaches and captivating art deco architecture are all the more enticing come winter, when people contend with freezing temperatures and shorter days nearly everywhere else on the Northern Hemisphere. But even during Miami’s winter months, it lives up […]

Back from Antarctica

by Back from Antarctica, what an experience!!! Fourteen hours in the air in a 747 400 series with the red 6 foot high upturned wingtips to minimise drag, maximise lift and reduce wingtip vortices. Increasing lift for more efficient flying and fuel […]

What To Wear On Safari

by As I write this I’m gazing out of my window onto the African savannah, cheeky monkeys are playfully swinging in the trees and hoping I’ll leave the door open so they can come and steal some treats. I am feeling very […]

Don’t Be Intimidated By International Airports

by Travelling alone is not complicated for single females Some people are intimidated by large international airports. However, I find them to be fascinating as they resemble a mini city, multicultural platter of intrigue with all the hustle and bustle. They also provide excellent […]

Making Like Dorothy – My Return To Oz

by Many (many!) years ago, after travelling the length and breadth of this amazing country, I found myself sun-seeking to warmer climes after Sydney’s April weather started to remind me of what I left behind in the UK! I threw my (highly […]

To Cruise Or Not To Cruise…

by A question I get asked on a regular basis is “Do you think we’ll like cruising?” The only way of knowing the answer is to give it a try and there are some fabulous 2/3/4 night cruises available in Australia which will […]

Heading To Europe This Summer?

by Why not visit one of these irresistible out of the way beaches… A European summer vacation is not complete without a visit to a beach or two, but fighting for a square metre of sand, a sun lounge or an umbrella […]

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