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  • Photo theme – Sunsets
    on Aug 28, 2010 in Photos
    Sunsets are probably some of the most photographed natural phenomenon on earth. Every sunset is completely unique, and I love watching them. Here are five of my favourite sunset photos, taken from my travels.  Sunset over Lagoon Beach, East Coas...
  • Mr. Bean & Cultural Stereotyping
    on Aug 27, 2010 in rant
    Now. Before I start this post, you should be warned, it could come across a little bit ranty. It is, if this is of any consolation, a Friday. Which means almost nothing when you are travelling, other than the fact that all the pubs are likely to be b...
  • Offroad in Oz: The Lost Cities of Limmen
    on Aug 26, 2010 in Northern Territory Travel 4WD Australia
    To continue the theme started earlier in the week with my piece on Gregory National Park, here are some thoughts on another less well known and somewhat out of the way park in the Northern Territory – Limmen National Park. Limmen in point of fact,...
  • A travel bloggers travel bloggers list
    on Aug 24, 2010 in Travel writing
    See what I did there? I created a confusing and inappropriately apostrophe free headline for this article. Brilliant. So what is it all about then? Well, it turns out, much to my surprise, and probably not to yours, that I am not the only person trav...
  • Offroad in Oz: Gregory National Park
    on Aug 23, 2010 in Northern Territory Travel 4WD Australia
    Gregory National Park is not on most visitors to-do lists when visiting Australia’s Northern Territory. It doesn’t have the dramatic natural wonders of Kakadu or the myriad water holes and easy accessibility of Litchfield. It doesn’t have the g...
  • Kids, cars and chores
    on Aug 21, 2010 in Food Germany Travel
    Yesterday was a day of new experiences. The first of these was doing housework. Ok, so I’ve done housework before. But a year living out of a tent really reduces the amount of housework you get used to doing, as all you need to do is turn the thing...
  • Gamescom
    on Aug 19, 2010 in Gaming Germany
    Given that my better half is working this week, I decided that I should entertain myself. So I took the decision to pop into Cologne, navigate the tram system, and visit the worlds largest games event, the Cologne Gamescom. The trip into Cologne, my...
  • Inside Australia: Art in out of the way WA
    on Aug 18, 2010 in Travel Australia
    There is, on a dried out salt flat deep in the heart of the Western Australian goldfields, an art installation by the renowned artist Antony Gormley. It is one of the largest outdoor art installations in the world, and absolutely worth the trek to ge...
  • To the parents
    on Aug 17, 2010 in Parents UK Trip August'10 Travel
    Parents. Love them or hate them, you are usually stuck with them. We don’t get much choice or say as to who our parents are, and given the overall influence they end up having on our lives, that’s a pretty big thing. I’ve just returned from a s...
  • Essential English food
    on Aug 16, 2010 in Travel tips Food BBQ England
    Experiencing a nations food is a key part of any travelling experience. Here, therefore, is my guide to some things you may want to try out if you wandering around England. This isn’t going to be a list of gastronomic delights, rather it’s an ove...
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