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Jan

Travel: the health boost you didn’t know about

We know that travel broadens the mind, but it also has great benefits for your body and wellbeing. Lower stress levels Our fast paced lives mean stress, stress, stress. In your day-to-day life, diet and exercise can go a long way to helping you deal with stress, but a trip is the perfect way to …

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15

Dec
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Staying connected Overseas

Travel tips for you, from the experts  Know what’s happening at the other end Different countries approach Wi-Fi very differently. Some countries have easily accessible public Wi-Fi, in others you’ll be stuck if you’re relying on a public network. And they’re not necessarily the ones you might expect, as anyone who’s travelled to Japan and …

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Dec
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Sanctuary Retreats experience, Africa. By Catherine Stone

I’ve been very fortunate to visit many places around the world, but my adventure to Zambia last month was truly something special. Just 12km upstream from the world-famous Victoria Falls, lays the Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma Lodge on the bend of the Zambezi River, which is, without a doubt, one of the most magical places …

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26

Aug
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Can e-brochures ever replace paper print? – by Marnie Turner

It’s that time of the year when we start getting increasing numbers of deliveries of new brochures for next year. I’m sure there’s been those in our industry who’ve said paper brochures will disappear in favour of e-brochures and fancy websites.  And it is likely that eventually this may happen, but it won’t be any …

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28

Jul
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White Christmas by Marnie Turner

Ever thought about experiencing a White Christmas? Well now is the time to convert those thoughts into plans. If Christmas means summer clothing, cold drinks and families gathering outdoors or even swimming in pools, why not trade all that in for coats, gloves and winter clothing and travel to an adventurous Christmas in the snow. …

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16

Oct
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Ha Long Bay, Vietnam – by Marnie Turner

When planning my trip to Vietnam (this was my first visit) I instantly decided, that despite time constraints, I would be adding visit to Ha Long Bay to our itinerary.  This breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage site has been in my must see list for some time. Our trip entailed on overnight cruise on the Indochine …

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22

Jul

Still here… by Marnie Turner

I am here.  I have not fallen into oblivion.. .it’s just been a busy year! Not proud of my total neglect of these posts, but am proud of my new, self-appointed, post nominal letters to my name FRCSofB (Fellowship to Royal College of Slacking off Blogging). As I said, it’s been a busy year, but …

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14

May

Infants – to travel or not to travel!

By Marnie Turner When we decided to take our 4 year old daughter and 2 month old son to Disneyland/USA, we stopped telling people we were going.  The general gist of the reply was “Heavens no – are you mad?”  (I was hoping for, “How lovely!  You’ll have a great time!”) I’m hardly mother of …

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31

Mar

Hanoi

OK – so after a whole month of slacking off on Blogging, it’s time to get back to business.  So let’s start. My trip to Hanoi was a 3 day part of a 2 week trip to Vietnam. See future posts for more on this fabulous country. Hanoi local people are friendly, helpful, but English is …

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15

Feb

I love… by Marnie Turner

I Love….. Melbourne Morning coffee 9pm, sitting outside at the end of a hot Summers’ day Good food Good wine My 4 year old sons’ blonde curls The smell of jet fuel at the airport My friends My mum My life….  

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