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Articles Micronesia - My friends said to me, “Where are you going again? Yap? Where in the world is that??” As the Continental jet banged down on the short runway, roughly enough to knock a few of the oxygen masks out from their overhead compartments, I began
Articles Australia - Think of Australian holidays and images of beaches, islands, the outback and possibly a few jumping kangaroos come to mind. Think of Australian people and an image of a weather beaten bloke in a cowboy hat is probably the first caricature to spring u
Articles New Zealand - Want to learn how to carve your own piece of bone or weave a proper little harakeke (NZ flax) basket? I have recently come to New Zealand and went on to become a "creative tourist"! Let me share my interactive experiences with you ...
Articles Australia - The expansive Gippsland region covers most of eastern Victoria, stretching from the beaches and lakes of the southern coast right up to the snowfields of the Alpine National Park, encompassing rainforest, mountains, wide rivers and lush valleys.
Articles Australia - 'Crossing the Nullarbor', as its referred to, may not be for the faint hearted, but its seen as the ultimate way to experience the Australian outback without completely surrendering yourself to the elements. The road is excellent the whole way throug
Articles Australia - The harsh desert landscapes of the 'red centre' of Australia are as unforgiving and brutal as they are beautiful. Stretching as far as the eye can see are miles and miles of sunbaked earth, seemingly devoid of feature except for
Articles Australia - The farthest situated town on the New South Wales coast could be seen as a grandiose effort to impress visitors and ensure they never leave the state for its northerly neighbour. Tweed Heads is a lush mixture of green rainforest and picture-perfect
Articles Australia - St Helens has a resident population of about 200 people, making it the largest town on the north east coast. Its reached by a scenic coastal drive from Hobart (250 kilometres), or an 150 kilometre drive east from Launceston. It was a fishing port
Articles Australia - Adelaide is one of the best planned cities in the world. Adelaide is a thriving city with plenty of attractions, Adelaide restaurants, entertainment and a good base for exploring the surrounding areas.
Articles Australia - There aren't too many destinations that cater to the perfect holiday anymore. Luckily for you then that the towns of Agnes Waters and The Town of 1770, nestled into a quiet corner of Queensland's Discovery Coast, offer all you ever needed in a quiet
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