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Notes from Pumphouse Point, Lake St Clair, Tasmania

We were very privileged to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary in January of this year (2015). In spite of all the jokes about how I’d have been out in 7 years for murder, it’s been a fantastic journey. We decided … Continue reading

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Notes from the South-West

For any of you out there planning a walk in Tasmania’s wild and rugged South-West, I have a word of advice – don’t!! You will see photos such as the one above and think ‘How magnificent!’. Don’t believe a word … Continue reading

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Travel Tips from Jim & Cheryl

G’day, here is the long awaited last post relating to our Marvelous Adventures. It is a number of tips we have learned during those travels or from experienced travelers before and during our time overseas. We hope you find them … Continue reading

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Notes from Santorini – an Addendum

Our last full day on Santorini ended up being much more eventful than expected. We had been booked to do a tour on a boat owned by a friend of Axileas, husband of John’s cousin Elena. The tour would take … Continue reading

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Notes from Santorini

Here I am, back in the office, hard at work behind my desk, producing another literary masterpiece. It’s a tough life, but I’m prepared to do the hard yards and stick with it. Accolades are not necessary but warmly appreciated. … Continue reading

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Preliminary notes from Santorini

Yes, the stories and pictures you see are true, it really is that beautiful. Today’s notes are really just a photo essay. Our first evening on our balcony with John & Dennyse Overton: That’s all. Internet connection very, very slow. … Continue reading

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Notes from Naxos

Ya sas (pronounced Yasooss, it means G’day), Is the photo above an iconic Greek Island look or what? I took it in a back alley of the main town of Naxos, in the Old Market area. Enticing alleyways that lead … Continue reading

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