Jindabyne is a small town in the middle of nowhere. Yet in spite of an ungodly location, it remains a top winter hotspot. It boasts one thing that the rest of the state cannot: being the gateway to the snow. … Continue reading
Qantas. They’re synonymous with an unblemished safety record, premium service, and are ‘the spirit of Australia’. I’ve had the pleasure of flying with them twice (one was a code share flight with Emirates). They offered hassle free travel with excellent … Continue reading
It’s the middle of the year and for us that means winter has arrived. You know: shorter days, colder temps, and of course torrential rain. The past week has been a classic winter one, with the drenching, 14-degree weather, and … Continue reading
It’s not his real name but it’s close enough. I met him at Saturday class years ago, where the teacher remarked that ‘he seems like a really cool guy’. He was one of the few whites taking this course. We … Continue reading
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‘Now make that old now’ – under armor Last weekend, my good friend and I agreed to meet up. We had planned this trip to Cockatoo Island, the largest on Sydney harbour. This excursion has been postponed a few times … Continue reading
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What comes to mind when we think of Melbourne and Victoria? We picture trams, quaint cafes, side streets and art culture. We envisage the iconic Flinders street station, painted yellow, arms open to traveller and settler alike. Of course, there’s … Continue reading
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Melbourne. I’ve been posting about you, checking in on Facebook. My network is in the loop and our trip has not been a secret. You would have heard of my departure, my return, and the bad weather in between. I … Continue reading