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Old England Visits New England

We have long travelled en masse when heading off on our Summer holidays; it never mattered where we were heading~even though the kids were getting ever bigger, we always seemed to head off together. We still do, but not so far or for so long these days. It had been on an impulse when I […]

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Top 8 Tips for Travelling To New Zealand

Because of its remote geographical location, flying is the number one method of travel for the vast majority of tourists to New Zealand. For anyone interested in New Zealand holidays, we have written up some travel tips you should take into consideration before arriving in the country. After all, for most people, it is a […]

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Your Guide to Orange, NSW

Orange is growing rapidly as a gourmet food capital in recent years, with a strong focus on wine production and locally produced fruits. Orange produces plenty of fruit such as apples, pears and peaches. However, oranges are not grown in Orange! The town was named in 1846 in honor of Prince William of Orange and […]

Name/Grad:  John Lukach - Graduation 2014.Email:  jlukach7@mail.naz.edu.Phone:  716-640-6664.Class Traveling For:  Semester Study Abroad in Australia.Category:  Foreign Landscape    .Digital File Name:  IMG_9944.JPG.Photo Title:  Downtown Melbourne, Australia.Caption:  Downtown Melbourne as viewed from the Eureka Skydeck in the CBD

What To Do In Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne

Mornington Peninsula The Mornington Peninsula is located South of Melbourne Victoria, surrounded by the popular Port Phillip, Western Port and Bass Strait. With national beauties, outdoor activities, water sports and small towns it makes it a great base for exploring. There is definitely a fair amount of activities jam-packed into this small peninsula. It is […]