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9 Things Newcastle People Love About Their City

 Two hours north of Sydney, the city of Newcastle was once best known for its BHP steelworks, coal mines and perhaps a little grunge band called Silverchair. Fast-forward to 2016 and the once industrial Newcastle has transformed into a bustling multicultural city, the seventh biggest in Australia, filled with boutique bars, cafes, shops and postcard-ready beaches. […]

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Harvest Cafe On The Hills of Byron | Newrybar

Wedged between the beaches and the hinterland of Byron Bay, in a stunning renovatated house with sweeping balconies, the Harvest is a  ace for vibe and as garden to plate as can be.. The restaurant, deli and bakery are interwoven with the Harvest Farm The Harvest’s philosophy is local, seasonal, organic, fresh and sustainable. Their produce comes from the […]

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Some Things You Can Only See In Dubai

Fact, fiction, fun, or something else? To find out for yourself what all the fuss is about and discern the truth from the clichés, head to Dubai. For starters, Dubai is nothing like Las Vegas. There are no colossal neon-lit signs, no impersonator shows, no showgirls, and certainly no casinos. Dubai has a futuristic appeal […]

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Enjoy Sumptuous Steaks in Brisbane

  Settled by the side of the Brisbane River, Brisbane is a wonderful city, to say the least. It consists of endless opportunities for fun and adventure. It finds a place in every traveller’s must-visit list for its ineffable beauty and outstanding food. From scenic spots to foodie hangouts, the city has it all. Brisbane […]

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Sunset Chaser

What goes up must come down. The sun may set every day, but no two sunsets are ever the same. From firey displays of gold and red to the pastel beauty of violet and blue, Mother Nature knows how to finish the day with a bang. You can take in the sunset in a variety of […]

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Casa do Penedo: A Stone Age House in Portugal

What looks like left-over boulders from the Stone Age is actually a house on a remote hillside in Northern Portugal. Casa do Penedo or the ‘House of Stone’, is a particularly odd house stands proudly at the top totally blending  into the surrounding area. If it weren’t  for  the doors, windows and roof, one could never have […]

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