Category Archive: Travel

500 Likes!

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Geokult Travel today reached 500 likes! Marty and I feel really humbled by your fantastic support and appreciate all of your likes, kind comments and interactions on social media. We would also like to… Continue reading

Uncovering the Hippy Trail

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When I was a teenager living in Darwin in the late 1970s and early 1980s, I was very aware of the stream of young travellers that made their way to Asia from Darwin,… Continue reading

365 Places: Jag’s Cafe

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Day 13: Holbrook,  New South Wales Today, my post is about a cafe I love to visit when in transit to Victoria. Jag’s cafe is located in Holbrook, a town better known for… Continue reading

365 Places: Bendigo

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Day 12: Bendigo, Victoria, Australia Today’s post is focused on a journey we will be making very soon – to Bendigo to see a preview of a friend’s first play. The play is… Continue reading

Bush Tucker

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Understanding what plants and animals were edible and how to prepare them was and is an integral part of Aboriginal cultures in Australia. Over the years, there have been a number of books… Continue reading

365 Places: Drammen

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Day 3: Drammen, Norway Photo credit: Henry Rosling c 1860 Today, my post is about a place I would love to go – Drammen in Norway. Drammen is…

365 Places: Mandorah

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Day 11: Mandorah, Northern Territory, Australia Today we will be travelling to Mandorah, a seaside village located across Darwin Harbour, about 20 minutes (8 nautical miles) from Cullen Bay. Mandorah holds many happy… Continue reading

A Day in the Life of Kathmandu

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An Exotic mix of Hindu and Buddhist Images Images: Garry Benson © 2014 Story: Garry Benson Editor: Tracey Benson   ‘There’s a one-eyed yellow idol to the north of Kathmandu, There’s a little… Continue reading

We Love Books!

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Ok, I have a confession to make – I love books! To make things worse, I married someone who also loves books. Over the years I have bought so many wonderful books from… Continue reading

Turkish Delights – A Photo Essay

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Here are some delightful shots of the colourful lights of Turkey. Photos by Martin Drury and Tracey Benson