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Sunday Lunch at Longview Vineyard in the Adelaide Hills

19/01/2018 | By

Exceptional wine, fabulous food, stunning views –  take a drive up to the Adelaide Hills and enjoy Sunday lunch at Longview Vineyard.

 

Views from the tasting deck - lunch at Longview Vineyard

Fabulous views from the new tasting room and deck.

After a pretty torrid beginning to the new year, The Bloke and I took a break last weekend to enjoy Sunday lunch at Longview Vineyard.

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Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides – A Safe Harbour in Stormy Seas

11/12/2017 | By

A small town with a rich maritime history, Stornoway on Lewis has not forgotten the herring girls upon whose hard work a successful fishing industry relied.

stornoway, outer hebrides

Last night I happened on a television show about the Outer Hebrides. The beautiful photography of this amazing region took me right back to our visit there earlier this year and reminded me of our stay in Stornoway.

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Surprising Bali – Discovering Balinese Wine With a Visit to Hatten Wines

04/12/2017 | By

I’ll bet you didn’t even know that Balinese wine was a thing! Check out Hatten Wines and discover why you need to try the local drop on your next visit.

hatten wine - home of Balinese wines

Australians love Bali and Australians love wine, but indulging in the latter whilst visiting the former can be shockingly expensive.

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Luxury Limestone Coast Accommodation that Won’t Break the Bank

20/11/2017 | By

Forget about an ordinary old motel when planning your next group wine trip – check out this fabulous Limestone Coast accommodation.

punters cineyard retreat - limestone coast accommodation

Punters Vineyard Retreat

A few months back I travelled to the Limestone Coast region in South Australia to do some research. 

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Historic Housing on Lewis – The Uniquely Preserved Arnol Blackhouse

06/11/2017 | By

The Arnol Blackhouse is a carefully preserved example of a much-loved way of living that was once common in the Hebrides, but has now totally vanished.

arnol blackhouse

For hundreds of years the people of Lewis lived under the same roof as their animals in the winter months, in what are known as blackhouses, the ruins of which dot the landscape of this windswept island.

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The Outer Hebrides Islands of Harris and Lewis

09/10/2017 | By

Harris and Lewis are islands in the stunning Outer Hebrides – although, confusingly, they are not separated by sea, but on the same land mass.

Outer Hebrides - village of tarbert

Arriving in the village of Tarbert on Harris – home of Harris tweed.

The Outer Hebrides, also known as the Western Isles, are a chain of islands off the west coast of Scotland and perched quite literally at the edge of the world.

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