Forget Melbourne and Sydney; if you want culture, Darwin is actually the most culturally diverse city in Australia.
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In August, the waters of the Mediterranean are rough. The wind seems to be twice as strong than normal. This makes a trip on the Greek ferry an interesting experience. The crew is well prepared for what lies ahead, however, passengers who choose to travel in August are not. Continue reading “The Greek Rollercoaster”
Each Greek island in the Cyclades has its own unique vibe. For Naxos, it is all about tradition. Even during summer you won’t find hordes of tourists like on the popular islands of Mykonos or Santorini. Continue reading “Traditional Naxos”
A Mykonos sunset is a must see event. It is what I call the greatest show on earth. I have never witnessed a more perfect sunset than that of when I visit the Greek Islands. More specifically, Little Venice on the island of Mykonos.
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The narrow twists and turns of Mykonos’ streets were designed in a way to confuse the pirates who roamed the high seas of the Mediterranean centuries ago. Continue reading “Pirates of Mykonos”
The Greek lifestyle is unique and is what many other countries don’t understand. It may appear as if they are a partying, lazy crowd. But in fact they work very hard to achieve their relaxing, carefree lifestyle. Perhaps the rest of the world should take on some ideas from Greece. Continue reading “Greek Life”
You don’t have to leave Australia to taste the flavours of Europe. Take a walk along the South Bank in Brisbane where you are literally spoiled for choice of restaurants and cafes. Continue reading “Europe in Australia”