Entries by Sue Wallace

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 […]

Corryong – it’s a Champion Town

The town of Corryong is fighting back – it’s recovering from devastating bushfires and was all set to stage its fabulous Man from Snowy River Bush Festival next month. However, the coronavirus has changed all that and it’s been cancelled along with many other celebrations throughout the country. But the good news is you can […]

Mykonos – It’s on the 2020 Hot List

  There’s more to Mykonos than just stunning cerise sunsets that streak the sky, whitewashed buildings and cobbled streets. The freshest of seafood served in lively tavernas, luxury boutique accommodation and that warm Greek hospitality are what makes it special. It’s definitely up there on the 2020 Destination hot list, especially when combined with stunning […]

Bon Sol – Burleigh Heads, is a Stylish Seaside Apartment

Bon Sol Apartment Burleigh Heads, Queensland Where: Stylish apartment Bon Sol is perfectly positioned on the waterfront esplanade at Queensland’s Burleigh Heads. The area is fast becoming one of the state’s coolest places to holiday. Located at the southern end of the Gold Coast, Burleigh Heads is home to funky shops, cute cafes and fabulous […]

The Dylan Amsterdam is Enchanting

The Dylan Hotel Amsterdam Where: The Dylan Amsterdam can be found in the heart of Negen Straatjes, the Nine Streets area, on the picturesque Keizersgracht Canal. Also known as the Emperor’s Canal, it is the middle of the city’s three main canals. It’s a great location to base yourself for exploring the beautiful city of […]

The Murray Hong Kong – Hotel Review

The Murray Hong Kong Where: Slap bang in the middle of Central Hong Kong, you will find this slick hotel surrounded by lots of green space and beautiful trees. The 336-room hotel redesigned by Foster + Partners spans 25 floors and is a chic urban sanctuary. Located along the legendary Cotton Tree Drive in Central, […]

“Art of the Wild” Champagne Garden Event Series 

Heading to Brisbane and love fine champagne, art and dessert? You won’t want to miss these events. Boutique champagne house Perrier-Jouët will host an Art of the Wild Champagne Garden event series to celebrate its official partnership with the luxurious flagship Emporium Hotel South Bank. Nature Inspired Events With nature at the root of the history […]

Fancy a Stay in the new Swedish Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa?

    Looking for something new and different? Bookings are now open for the long-awaited floating hotel and spa, Arctic Bath at Lulea in Swedish Lapland. World First It’s the world’s first Arctic floating spa and cabins with an emphasis on wellness, mindfulness and cleansing treatments through spa partners Kerstin Florian. Travel experts at Off the Map […]