What’s Keeping Us Inspired To Travel

Friday, September 11, 2020

What we are reading Traveller.com.au Travels with Nina = Blog by Nina Karnikowski – great reads on Africa Gourmet Traveller Confessions of a Qantas Flight Attendant – Owen Beddall Sunday Times Travel Magazine Just Kids – Patti Smith set in New York Escape Magazine The Bronze Horseman – Paullina Simons – set in St Petersburg…

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Spice Up Your Mornington Peninsula Weekend  

Thursday, September 3, 2020

Looking for something a little unique for your next wine tour? Then head to the Mornington Peninsula. Famous for its vineyards, the region is creating a name for itself with craft breweries, cider makers and distilleries.   Bass and Flinders established in 2009 on a local property in Red Hill, is known to be one of the few distilleries…

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Weekend of Luxury in Victoria’s Goulburn Valley 

Thursday, September 3, 2020

While we wait for the interstate borders to open why not explore a little more of our gorgeous state? There are so many hidden gems just waiting to be explored, one of which is the Mitchelton Hotel.  Back in January, I had a lovely girl’s weekend away at the Mitchelton Hotel in the picturesque Goulbourn Valley.  We ate, drank, and…

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Eating Our Way Around Tassie

Friday, August 7, 2020

Although the sun was out it was slightly cool due to the fresh Antarctic breeze as we wandered Salamanca market, a Hobart favourite for locals and visitors alike. This is the perfect place to start your Saturday, although the market is usually buzzing with shoppers it still feels calm, perhaps because you’re right by the water, or maybe it’s the…

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Cooking With Adventure World Travel

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Like you we are always in search of inspiration for new journeys, love reflecting on those past and wait in anticipation for those still to come. Whilst we wait patiently we’ll continue to showcase our beautiful world through the moments that make the journey worth taking, and the experiences which connect us with the destinations…

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Australia Is Your Next Foodie Adventure 

Thursday, June 11, 2020

You have travelled the world to experience international gastronomy.  You have tasted the cheese & wine from Bordeaux, perhaps you went truffle hunting in Tuscany or took a cooking class in Hanoi.  Now it’s time for you to experience what’s on offer in your own backyard…   Living in Australia, we are so lucky to have some of the best quality local produce, wine makers,…

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A New York Classic

Saturday, January 11, 2020

Madison Avenue, long streets and Autumn leaves. An image I’d dreamed of became a reality on my last trip to New York. I’d broken up my stay between Lower East Side, Greenpoint Brooklyn, and Midtown. In Midtown I chose the Lotte Palace. In 1882, six neo-Italian Renaissance townhouses were built around a courtyard and after…

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Food, Food, Flavourful Food

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

I am so full I could burst. We have just waddled out of our last food stop on a walking food tour of Sydney Road & Lygon Street in Brunswick with Rafaella from Flavourhood Tours. What a great way to spend a sunny afternoon in Melbourne.  We started our tour on Sydney Road. Rafaella introduced herself and explained that we will be experiencing some amazing tastes, smells and cuisines as…

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Hot Air Balloon And Champagne Breakfast In The Maasai Mara

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

It is 5am and here I am standing in the middle of the Maasai Mara about to go on my first hot air balloon. The sun is just about to rise and the sky is amazing shades of purple and orange.  Our hot air balloon is laying on the ground and slowly expanding, I never…

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Argentinean Wine Country

Friday, May 3, 2019

Got a few days spare before you fly home from Santiago Chile?  Can I suggest a quick stop off in Mendoza, the gateway city to the heart of the Argentinean wine industry. We had 2 nights left on our itinerary and decided to stay at Entre Cielos which sits on 20 acres in the Mendoza…

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