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Tokyo: Sacred Destinations

  Pilgrimage is indeed one of the oldest motives for travel. For centuries, people have travelled to find places which inspire, astound, and simply take our breath away. The modern history of what we now know as Tokyo is centred around commerce, innovation, animation and out-there fashion.  Tokyo may not have the wealth of historic […]

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Japan: First Impression

Cherry blossoms, zen gardens, temples, sushimi. All of these are remarkably Japanese and spectacular. Paul asked me for my first impression of Japan last night and I had to blurt out the first thing which was… The toilets! Toilets Modern Japanese toilets are a cross between a computer game and a juke box. You will […]

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The Lock Up | Newcastle

I didn’t know what I was in for but the modern floor orange sign grabbed my attention: The Lock Up The building sits in a row of four heritage buildings on Hunter Street, that reflects the prosperity of early Newcastle. The building itself used to be the Newcastle Police Station from 1961 to 1982, so no wonder […]

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Explore The World’s Oldest Art At Carnarvon National Park | Australia

  Millennia before Australia, Aboriginal people understood, respected and treasured the land. They knew it like lovers know each other’s bodies. They learned its rhythms and seasons, every flower, bird and rivulet. Through exquisite art and music that stirs the soul, they handed down stories so that their descendants would never forget who they are and […]

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