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The area of Melbourne directly to the south and the west of the city centre is undergoing a huge transformation. What started with the Docklands well over a decade ago, is now spreading down the [Read more...]

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The Canberra suburb of Barton is dominated by the nearby soaring spire of Parliament House but it’s also a hot spot for food. Having already sampled Vincent on this foodie tour, we were keen to [Read more...]

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The food and wine culture in Australia’s capital city has been boosted dramatically of late. Given this is a city plonked in the middle of some of our country’s best agricultural land it’s a bit [Read more...]

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It’s an iconic building in Singapore and was once the tallest hotel in the world. What is now known as the Swissotel The Stamford was originally the Westin when it opened in 1986 and rises [Read more...]

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Even though we travel to Singapore regularly, we haven’t been out and about much for coffee of late. It was a real bonus to find the coffee culture alive and kicking. So where do you [Read more...]

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Route: Melbourne to Singapore Plane: Dreamliner 787 Seat: 1A Scheduled flight time: 7 hours and 50 minutes The budget offshoot of Australia’s iconic Qantas, Jetstar gets a bad rap from many flyers. Is it deserved? [Read more...]

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At 69 degrees north, exploring the Norwegian city of Tromso puts you firmly inside the arctic circle. It’s an extraordinary landscape, surrounded by snow-topped mountains and fjords. Everywhere you go in this amazing world, one [Read more...]

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For a recent birthday get together, five friends sat around the table recalling the last time we were all together at Ezard. In the basement of the boutique Adelphi Hotel, in Melbourne’s Flinders Lane, we [Read more...]

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Melbourne has a huge Cantonese community so it stands to reason the grub is pretty good. Little Bourke Street is home to Melbourne’s Chinatown with literally dozens of eateries along its length – many of [Read more...]

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Let’s face it, the water views close to Melbourne’s central business district might not be the most iconic or captivating in the world but there are much worse things to do on a lazy weekend [Read more...]

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With Gordon Ramsay one of the most well known chefs in the world, it’s perhaps a little surprising we’d never had any of his restaurants on our radar. His flagship establishment is a bastion of [Read more...]

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