Monthly Archives: December 2014

Sunday Spotlight – Luxembourg

So. If you’re in Europe and want to go somewhere that doesn’t quite see the tourists that the big cities of Paris, Rome, Prague etc see, let me suggest one to you – Luxembourg. One of the smaller countries in Europe, Luxembourg and its main city, Luxembourg, are both charming spots to visit and although they see tourists regularly, it’s

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Sunday Spotlight – Hiroshima

Let me tell you, a city known for the world’s first atomic bomb being dropped on it, is 60 years later a wonderful place to visit in Japan. I really can’t recommend Hiroshima enough, it’s simply brilliant. If you travel to Japan and don’t get there, you’ve really missed out on a city that has perhaps performed the biggest rebuild

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Sunday Spotlight – Ouagadougou

Sunday Spotlight today returns to West Africa to the land-locked country that despite my trials there I still have a soft heart for – Burkina Faso. The capital city is the ‘fun-to-pronounce’ Ouagadougou, and whilst it is not a city with a million sights to see, it has a certain character that makes it a pretty decent, off-the-beaten-path (as far

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Walhalla – Australia

Hey folks. Mega busy at the moment and very little time to blog. Sorry if you’ve been missing my ramblings! Let me tell you about a little place I went a couple of months back called ‘Walhalla’. For those unfamiliar with the history of my home state of Victoria, a lot of country areas were at one point gold towns,

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Trip of a Life Time – London, Glastonbury and Bristol

Despite the history of Rome or the grandeur of Paris, one city I will always love above them both in Europe is London. Seriously, for any die-hard Doctor Who fan and fan of things British (within reason, I ain’t no monarchist) London is the stuff of fantasies and more. It’s a freaking awesome place once you get past all the

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