Entries by Sue Wallace

Cruise News – Ship Ahoy

There’s lots happening on the cruise front as eager cruise lovers wait until they can take to the seas again – COVID safe, of course. Here’s a round-up of the latest cruising news. Crystal Endeavour Crystal Endeavour is on track to debut in summer 2022. Production for the highly anticipated luxury expedition ship recently resumed […]

Otahuna Lodge’s New Suite, The Loft is a Beauty.

Beautiful Otahuna Lodge is part of the Relais & Châteaux collection.New Zealand’s Otahuna Lodge owners, Hall Cannon and Miles Refo have created something very special – a stunning new suite – The Loft. The newest addition to the historic property caps off Otahuna Lodge’s outstanding accommodation. Canon says The Loft represents the culmination of the […]

Ten Best Things to do in Mildura

  Perched on the edge of the NSW outback, Mildura is an oasis on the Murray River boasting Mediterranean-style sunshine and a laid-back outdoor lifestyle. There’s so much to see and do in this regional town from boarding a paddleboat to venture down the Murray to indulging in fabulous food and wine. Here are ten great […]

A Taste of Fiji’s Excellent Farm to Plate Cuisine

Many hotels around Fiji have adopted a new farm to plate experience, creating on-site vegetable and herb gardens. The move is a focus on a more sustainable approach to hospitality and service for guests. In the past, the archipelago of 333 islands has imported expensive produce, But with lush tropical landscape in abundance, hotels are […]

The Ultimate Fashion Capital Guide

Fashion and travel go together and who can resist checking out scouring the fashion capitals of the world for something special. Currys PC World in conjunction with Fossil and Michael Kors have put together The Fashion Travel Guide for those who love to follow the latest trends. The guide highlights 12 fashion popular cities featuring key fashion […]

Gold Coast Arts Trail

As well as theme parks and vast stretches of golden beaches, there’s an impressive arts and food trail springing up along the Gold Coast. There’s something mesmerising about watching strips of clay morph into a striking fruit bowl – albeit slightly lopsided. Talented Gold Coast potter Jo Norton, who is extremely encouraging, has helped me […]