Thursday, December 14, 2017

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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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AS THE SUN GOES DOWN… Sunset on the docks at Singapore.

Sailing Asia

Editor November 23, 2016

WE HAVE just sailed into Phu My, the port that services Ho Chi Minh City or, as the locals still call it, Saigon. After a long and protracted war between North and South Vietnam,

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A PICTURESQUE DESTINATION... Picturesque Sanya on Hainan Island is being promoted by the Chinese as a holiday destination.

Aussies to the rescue

Editor November 9, 2016

I’M in Hong Kong boarding a cruise ship to embark on a relocation cruise back to Australia. The ship is the Voyager of the Seas. As part of the Royal Caribbean line, it carries

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An opulent way to travel

Editor November 2, 2016

TRAIN travel holds a fascination for many, from simple journeys to quite extravagant five star experiences and Dr John Padrotti of Shepparton is one such enthusiast who has seen many parts of the world

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TOWN ON WATER… A floating town opposite Mick and Ros’ mooring place at Kota Kinabalu.

Seventy-five days at sea

Editor October 19, 2016

IT WASN’T quite 75 days, they did get off at some very interesting places, but for Mick and Ros Hosa of Shepparton their 75 day cruise was just wonderful. They chose a Princess Cruise

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