Southern Tasmania is replete with great food, and jaw dropping scenery. What’s not to love?
Poseidon rules here, a benevolent dictator, so it just makes sense that to put extra effort into training your floor staff to move quickly with authority, turning tables.
Malaysia cheap eats and a blissful dim sum offering in the heart of Georgetown. Penang rocks.
It should be on everyone’s bucket list: for rafting the Tahune is something everyone should do at least once.
A disaster avoided, and this antarctic cruise just ploughs on with good luck and freezing temperatures. But the ship is cosy – very cosy!
One of the hardest pieces I’ve had to write. Because my puny words just can’t do this incredible place justice. You will have to see it for yourself.
Freshfield Grove olive oil from Tasmania delivers a burst of peppery sunshine on the tongue that reminds you just how good this is.
Penguins play, seals stink, and ice bergs floweth high and deep. Life on and outside the ship is always very interesting.
We find more amazing palaces, suffer awful food still, but the music plays on, as do the taxi rorts and cattle trucks disguised as buses.
The Hunter Valley has wonderful wine, food, and spectacular vistas. And the accommodation isn’t too shabby either…