As the alarm on my old Nokia phone buzzed loudly near my ear and the clock read 5.30am, I was up in a flash due to the excitement of what lay ahead, this outweighed the … Continue reading Soaring High Over The Nazca Lines
Hi Wendy and fellow travellers, I waited a long time to get to China. I had wanted to go there since 1988, when we had Expo 88 here in Brisbane. I went to the China … Continue reading Seeing the Wonders of China… finally!
Japan has become increasingly popular, more so in the last few years in particular. Why do you think that is? Japan has a very unique culture – that can only be experienced there. Japan also … Continue reading Speaking Japan With Kimi Nakanishi
As the coronavirus epidemic in China becomes more subdued, the country is trying to get tourism back on its feet, with the majority of scenic attractions re-opening and a large number of tourists returning to … Continue reading China’s Cultural Attractions Re-opening
This is not like the ‘average coffee’ I was told. I consider myself a coffee drinker, I am impartial to a latte over an espresso and some may argue that a latte isn’t a real … Continue reading The art of cà phê đá
Q1. What did you like about a tailor-made itinerary and who do you feel would benefit from a similar style of touring? Tailor-made travel is a great option for those who want a personalised itinerary … Continue reading Tailor-Made Itineraries With Bec Smith