Thursday, February 22, 2018

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SAY CHEESE… At Chicanna, the buildings were very ornate. This one had its entrance decorated like the mouth of a jaguar. An ideal spot for Deb and Stephanie to pose for a photo.

Ancient Mexico

Editor August 31, 2016

FOR years, Deb Cody of Mooroopna has been fascinated with ancient Mexico and its early Mayan culture. Deciding to see it for herself, Deb found that there were few organised tours that would take

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A HOLIDAY TO REMEMBER… Annette and Bernard Sleeth really enjoyed their month in Europe.

A month in Europe

Editor August 17, 2016

IT was Christmas and Bernard and Annette Sleeth of Shepparton wanted to experience a white Christmas. So just before the big day they flew to Europe. Their first stop was Prague and they were

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AN INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE… Kerryn and Michael Buckley of Tatura walking with lions.

Exploring Africa

Editor August 3, 2016

AFRICA is a continent that holds a special feeling to those who visit, calling many back again to experience more. This was the case for Kerryn and Michael Buckley of Tatura who had been

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WHAT A RIDE… At Hogwarts there are many interesting things to be seen, including a ride that takes you into another dimension using 3D screens.

Sailing to America part IV

Editor July 21, 2016

WE have arrived in Honolulu. Hawaii is such an enchanting place and there are more skyscraper buildings than I remember from my last visit, but it’s still a very pretty place. The beach at

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RELAX ON DECK… Pools and spas abound with plenty of deck space to lay back in a deck chair.

Sailing to America III

Editor July 6, 2016

WE left Fiji last night and today is the first of seven days we will spend at sea, until we arrive in Hawaii. As I said earlier in these stories, this is a relocation

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HOT STUFF… A visit to a local village sees fire walkers show their stuff. They say the young men embrace the flames to gain healing powers. This man uses his tongue to lick the flames.

Sailing to America part II

Editor June 24, 2016

OUR ship calls into the Port of Vila where the thousands of tourists that the cruise ships bring each year, play a major part in the local economy. There is only one cruise ship

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