Musee de l’ oceanigraphy and Palace Monaco

There are a few touristy things to do in Monaco. Many of them a “must when in Monaco”. I highly recommend the On and Off Bus with the audio and a trip to the palace and Musee de l’ oceanigraphy. The bus gives you a good lay out of the land, and takes you to key points.…

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5 Things you MUST do in Rome

Five Things you MUST do in Roma Roma as it is affectionately known to Europe is an incredible place and will require at least 3-4 full days of sightseeing and exploring…  Longer if you have the time and really want to enjoy the Roman lifestyle, of sleeping in, lazying around a piazza for lunch, exploring side…

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18 Degrees Broome

I was expecting some indigenous food fan fare when I landed in Broome and was tipped that 18 Degrees was the place. It was one of those days when it got hotter as the day went on. You know hot during the day (but a slight breeze) to sweltering at night, no breeze and suffocating…

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24 hours of FUN in London

24 Sights in 24 Hours in London If you haven’t been to London, you must! Over the years I have spent a couple of years all up, but is has been in 1-2 day short stays, or staying out of town and traveling in. There is always something to do, day or not. This trip…

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Italy Retreat October 2016

Fancy SIX fantastic Nights in Italy Exploring Amazing Food, Culture and History? Last minute I have decided to share my trip exploring Italy starting in 3 weeks. DATES: starts Wednesday 6th October and finishes Monday 10th October It includes 6 nights accommodation, 3 lunches, 3 meals and all tour costs. NB: Alcohol, shopping, tips, flights, insurance…

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Cooking Class Ubud, Bali

Any opportunity to learn new cooking styles (and get to eat the produce) is a big green light for me so I was keen to get involved at Ketut’s Bali Cooking School.  I actually chose this cooking school off the internet but was not disappointed. We were collected from our hotel then taken around the…

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Art Classes in Ubud

Since a child I can recall art, drawing and painting. Maybe it had been due in part to having a grandma who is an artist, or maybe it’s because I find it nourishes me. Either way I love art and the knack it has of allowing one to relax and get totally lost in the…

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A day in Vanuatu

Turtle Sanctuary

I love Vanuatu – a collection of islands in the South Pacific with some of the friendliest people in the world. I have been traveling to Vanuatu for years as it is close to Australia (under 3 hours from Brisbane) and many cruise liners stop into Port Vila. On this trip we arrive by our cruise…

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Five things to do on Lifou Island, New Caledonia

If you are heading to Lifou Island here are some great ideas to do that are kid friendly. For the second time the children and I are ferried across from our floating hotel (the P & O Cruise Ship, the Pacific Dawn) to the one of the islands that belong to the Loyalty Islands, in…

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Art in Bali

There is so much to visually feast on in Bali and the art scene is stimulating and exciting. I have  captured some market art, some street art and some artists. Bali Street Art Wandering through the streets of Bali, passing rice paddies, cows, children playing, men working, there is so much to see and take…

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