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Lazing on Lake Garda: Part 2 – Malcesine & Mt Baldo

Mt Baldo 10 wm

It’s hard not to fall in love with Lake Garda and all it has to offer.  And it’s easy to explore some of the key places by simply hopping on a ferry ride around the lake. In the more remote northern part of the lake the scenery becomes more mountainous, and from an Australian’s point of view European mountains beat ...

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Weekends on the North Coast – Byron Bay Hinterland

You can’t stay in Byron Bay and not take a visit westward into the hills. There’s quaint villages, weekend farmers markets, and gorgeous places to go for picnics and take a bush-walk. There are spectacular views across the farmlands and wilderness and it has a beautiful slower pace. It even makes Byron, which is pretty laid back, feel like it’s ...

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Weekends in the Blue Mountains – The Three Sisters

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Okay we’ve been adventuring up north a while so thought I’d bring it a bit closer to home today. I’m always looking for great places, nearby, so I can plan sneaky romantic getaways for myself and hubby. If you are in or around Sydney, the Blue Mountains is a great option. A recent post by @samuel-earp-art on the Steemit blog site ...

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Take a Hike Why Don’t You!

Hikers crossing foot bridge

10 Top Trekking Holidays Ok, I love the idea of being fit on holidays..heck I even take my sneakers and gym gear with me when I travel and insist that I always have a gym in the hotel when I travel for work. I should know by now that gym gear takes up valuable shopping space – needlessly I might ...

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Muir Woods National Monument

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  Coastal redwoods are the tallest living things on earth, and walking among these giants is truly an awesome experience – one only to be had in Northern California and a small part of southern Oregon. Best of all, the old-growth redwoods at Muir Woods are only 12 miles (19 kilometers) north of the Golden Gate Bridge, the closest redwood ...

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