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Lambs’ Ears Takes a Vacation

19/09/2016 | By

I’m off to the Italian sunshine for a vacation, but  you can (virtually) come too!

Vacation time for Lambs' Ears

By the time you see this post, dear reader, I’ll be winging my way back to Italy for a well-earned vacation. 

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Great Train Journeys – Life Onboard the Indian Pacific

12/09/2016 | By

The excellent food, drink and facilities onboard the Indian Pacific are a high point of this epic 4,352 km long trans-continental trip.

Queen Adelaide onboard rthe indian pacific

A few weeks back I shared some of the wonderful off-train experiences that are available for passengers on the Indian Pacific, one of the great train journeys of the world. 

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Cambodian Food Production – Three Rural Producers

29/08/2016 | By

Cambodian food production is still largely in the hands of small producers. I met three of these & observed a less industrialised form of food production.

Cambodian food production and a cow

Living our busy lives in our heavily industrialised world, It can be easy to forget that not everyone gets their food the same way we do.

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Postcards from Asti, Italy

22/08/2016 | By

I get to know the charming Italian town of Asti, in Piedmont – the perfect spot of spend a few days wandering the streets.

Asti street

The ancient town of Asti, in the Asti province, is a charming spot to while away a couple of days when exploring the Piedmont region of northwest Italy. 

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Unique Off-Train Experiences on the Indian Pacific

15/08/2016 | By

A holiday like no other – I enjoy a unique taste of Australia as I ride the iconic Indian Pacific train from one edge of the continent to the other.

indian pacific

At nearly 4,000 kilometres across, Australia truly is a wide brown land, and a couple of weeks back The Bloke and I were privileged to ride across it as guests of Great Southern Rail on the iconic Indian Pacific.

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Monterosso al Mare on Italy’s Cinque Terre

18/07/2016 | By

Some glimpses of Monterosso al Mare – an historic and charming little village which forms part of Italy’s beautiful Cinque Terre.

Sea wall monterosso

Monterosso al Mare is one of the five villages (along with Vernazza, Corniglia,  Manarola and Riomaggiore) which form part of the rugged coastal stretch on the Italian Riviera called the Cinque Terre, and the bloke and I stayed there with some friends for a couple of days last year.

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