Category Archive: Travel

North Bali – A Photo Essay

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A visit to the stunning North Bali in June 2012.

Horse Riding in Cappadocia – A Photo Essay

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A lovely afternoon spend riding through the spectacular Red Valley near Göreme, October 2013.

Mljet Croatia – A Photo Essay

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Cruising around Mljet, Croatia, 2013

Framing the mountain

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Originally posted on Remote Connections:
I have thinking about ways of framing, or creating a sense of knowledge about a place where I have never been before. It is less that a week…

Eiffel Tower – A Photo Essay

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Centre of Cappadocia: Ürgüp

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In October 2013, we returned to Cappadocia, this time staying in Ürgüp, one of the larger towns in Cappadocia. Ürgüp is very picturesque, with cave hotels dotted around the hills leading into town,… Continue reading

Twilight Markets at New Acton

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It is not often I venture to the New Acton precinct on the weekend, as I work there during the week. What seems to be evolving in this architecturally designed, trendy urban locale… Continue reading

New site focusing on travel

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Originally posted on Mediakult:
Last month we launched http://www.geokult-travel.com so we could concentrate on our travel writing and experiences. Our focus is on travel for families, art and culture lovers, romantics and adventurous…

How to Avoid Jet Lag

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One of the things that challenge many travellers is jet lag, particularly over long distances. Unfortunately for us in Australia to see most of the world involves ‘long haul’ travel. It is not… Continue reading

Bushwalking near Canberra

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Canberra is surrounded by some very beautiful bushland and mountains, making bushwalking a popular weekend activity for locals and visitors alike. There are lots of walks you can do, particularly around Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve… Continue reading