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Retro cycling is the new buzzword Living with a retro cycling nut is never dull! A collector of old bikes, Trevor attends 'retro' cycling events, hovers on the 'buy, swap & sell' sites, talks a language of geometry, downshifters and gears and...
Melbourne is a vibrant multi-cultural city so be sure to take every opportunity to explore. Discover the secret laneways and rooftop bars, explore the popular restaurants, wine bars and cafes and be sure to try out your shopping skills in the boutiques, specialty stores,...
We're a friendly mob, casual, very social and have been known to enjoy a cold beer on a hot summers day - rumour has it!  We love our Darwin lifestyle! What we love about Darwin The magical Sunsets - the...
The road from Darwin to Adelaide is arguably the greatest Aussie road trip you will ever do. Each town boasts it's own attractions so it's worth spending a little more time to see it all. The Darwin to Alice Springs section is the...
A place of ancient Aboriginal dreaming, the Devils Marbles are a ‘must stop’ destination when driving through the Northern Territory. A surreal collection of massive granite boulders strewn across acres of sparse desert country just 110 kilometers south of Tennant Creek...
.. and she said, "Do you come from the land Down Under"? A visit to the land Down Under will be full of interesting experiences will have you trying to make sense of our 'lingo'.  Aussies are known to put a unique...
Uluwatu Temple is the backdrop for the daily Balinese Kecak & Fire Dance performances. Uluwatu is one of six Balinese temples considered to be Bali's spiritual pillars. Its magnificent location with views overlooking the beautiful Indian Ocean, Balinese architecture with traditionally designed gateways and...
Padang Padang one of Bali's secret beaches! We stumbled on Padang Padang quite by accident.  Padang Padang is one of Bali's most secret beaches.  Seemingly guarded by the cheeky monkeys in the 'lookout pavilion' at the roadside the pathway through the...
Try cooking traditional food the Balinese way! The Bali Cooking School Taste of Bali class was about a couple of Australians learning to cook with traditional Indonesian spices and flavours in the traditional village way. Exactly what we were looking for! I never want to...
Ubud is one of my favourite places in Bali The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud is not just a tourist attraction.  The villagers regard the Monkey Forest as an important spiritual, economic, educational, and conservation centre for the village. Around 700 monkeys live...
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