Wednesday, February 21, 2018

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ENJOYING SOLITUDE... Kathryn enjoying the solitude in the desert at Wadi Rum.

A holiday near Syria

Editor February 22, 2017

IT might not sound like the best place to be but Kathryn D’Elia of Shepparton had always wanted to Visit Jordan and see the stone city, Petra, and the chance had finally arrived. Kathryn

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GIGANTIC VESSEL… The Ovation of the seas is so big Susie could not get back far enough to capture the whole ship in the photo.

The Game Changer

Editor February 8, 2017

It’s big, it’s beautiful and they call it the game changer. It’s the Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas and Susie and Col Wilcox of Shepparton have just sailed on her to New Zealand.

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SPECTACULAR VIEW… A must do is bicycle ride over the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

A tour to America

Editor January 25, 2017

IT all came about when Stephanie Wilton of Shepparton completed year 12. With all the hard work over she was looking for something fun to do. Her dad, Wayne and mum, Jane decided on

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BEAUTIFUL LOCATION… Airlie Beach is a beautiful part of the Queensland coast and it has grown so much over the years that today a block of land can sell for some $600,000.

Sailing the Australian coast Part II

Editor January 11, 2017

PEOPLE often wonder if they go cruising will there be enough to fill the day while at sea. Well, there is so much to do that it’s impossible to do it all. From stand

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SWIM, SNORKEL AND DIVE… Sunlover Reef tours has its own pontoon over the reef to swim, snorkel and dive from.

Sailing the Australian coast Part I

Editor December 21, 2016

WE SAILED into Yorky’s Knob, our port for Cairns. Many on board had their minds on the reef. It’s our chance to get out on the reef to snorkel, dive and even use special

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GETTING TO KNOW YOU… Friendly fish on the Great Barrier Reef.

Sailing Australia

Editor December 7, 2016

DARWIN, situated on the Timor Sea, is closer to Singapore than Sydney and is the capital of the Northern Territory. It was named after Charles Darwin (although he never visited here). It’s a very

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