Thursday, April 26, 2018

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CELEBRATING NEW YEARS… Zozoji Temple, Tokyo, celebrating the New Year after midnight.

Wonderful Japan

Editor February 3, 2016

IT’S an incredibly interesting country. From ancient traditions to massive skyscrapers there is so much to see and do. For Cindy and David Abbey of Shepparton, this was to be an opportunity to meet

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BREATHTAKING… Around every turn there is another amazing view.

Beautiful New Zealand

Editor January 20, 2016

MORE and more, the hidden beauty of New Zealand is being discovered by travellers from around the world. For Naomi Szydzik from Euroa this was a chance to experience first-hand stunning natural landscapes of

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PRECIOUS AND BEAUTIFUL… Framed against the night sky, the Shwedagon Pagoda is covered in gold and 6,500 diamonds, rubies and other precious stones.

Asia revisited

Editor January 6, 2016

I’M sitting on the top deck of a luxury cruise liner. A waitress has just bought me a tall glass of iced tea. Sitting next to the swimming pool those crystal blue waters look

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SCENIC LUXURY TRAVEL… The Scenic Sapphire Rivership is the luxury way to tour the waterways of Europe.

A sailing holiday

Editor December 17, 2015

SAILING holidays have become the ‘in thing,’ whether it’s on the high seas or cruising along a river, you only have to unpack once and everything including all meals are supplied. So for Marie

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GRAND JUNCTION… Amtrak Grand Junction Station offers good facilities but no WiFi.

Travelling by train

Editor December 2, 2015

IT all started with the Indian Pacific; the rail journey that takes you from Sydney to Perth and for Dr John Pedrotti and wife Trish of Shepparton this was the beginning of a fascination

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MAGICAL MIGRATION… The Great Migration sees thousands of animals cross Tanzania each year as the rains come.

Out of Africa

Editor November 19, 2015

IT started with a holiday, a holiday to Africa that stirred the imagination and lead to a commitment to build an orphanage to share the burden of Kenya’s massive number of orphans. But we

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