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Sabah: The land below the wind

While tropical adventures are aplenty in Malaysia’s Borneo, the state of Sabah oozes a tumultuous cultural past. The phrase “land below the wind” was coined a century ago by sailors to describe the Malaysian state of Sabah on the northern...

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10 things you can’t miss in Chiang Mai

Like a queen overseeing her subjects from her throne, Chiang Mai hovers high in Thailand’s north far away from the south’s madness. Initially conceived for her trade route to China, the northern capital remains largely independent from the rest of...

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Koh Samui: one of the best travel destinations for couples

It’s easy to understand why Koh Samui is one of the best travel destinations for couples, as the night promises all the drama of a tropical storm. There was a time not that long ago when boutique accommodation, fine dining...

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American barbeque in the USA – and WA

It turns out the great Aussie barbeque tradition is a bit of a farce compared to barbequing in the USA. Before getting all snippety, hang on to your tongs; there’s an art to American barbeque that has infiltrated Perth’s barbequing...

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10 reasons to desert yourself on Gaya Island

As the speedboat zoomed towards Gaya Island Resort, I was already devising ways to never return to reality. A few minutes off the coast of Kota Kinabalu on the Malaysian state of Sabah lies a refuge away from life as...

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A Gourmet Road Trip from Albany to Denmark

On our road trip from Albany to Denmark, the air is thick with burning wood fires on the approach into the Great Southern region of Western Australia. We’re on a gourmet hunt in an Apollo campervan through Albany, Denmark, Pemberton...

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The hottest food tour in Manila

I have a confession while on a food tour in Manila. My attention isn’t entirely focused on the food on the Big Binondo Food Wok Tour through Manila’s Chinatown. For starters, I’m a little bit star-struck and secondly, it’s so...

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Divine Diversity: Holier Than Cebu

There are 7,000 islands in the Philippines but not all of them are famed for their beaches. On Cebu, Magellan’s Cross looms above, a larger than life relic to Christianity, but forget about the stoic tradition of Catholicism as this...

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10 reasons to desert yourself on Gaya Island

10 reasons to desert yourself on Gaya Island

As the speedboat zoomed towards Gaya Island Resort, I was already devising ways to never return to reality. A few minutes off the coast of Kota Kinabalu on the Malaysian state of Sabah lies a refuge away from life as most of us know it. Occupying 15km and located on...

A Gourmet Road Trip from Albany to Denmark

A Gourmet Road Trip from Albany to Denmark

Shrouded in clouds, the Porongurup ranges hover in the distance on our road trip from Albany to Denmark. The air is thick with burning wood fires on the approach into the Great Southern region of Western Australia. We’re on a gourmet hunt in an Apollo campervan...

The hottest food tour in Manila

The hottest food tour in Manila

I have a confession while on a food tour in Manila. My attention isn’t entirely focused on the food on the Big Binondo Food Wok Tour through Manila's Chinatown. For starters, I’m a little bit star-struck as not only is our delightful tour leader Ivan Man Dy, a local...

Divine Diversity: Holier Than Cebu

Divine Diversity: Holier Than Cebu

There are 7,000 islands in the Philippines but not all of them are famed for their beaches. On Cebu, Magellan’s Cross looms above, a larger than life relic to Christianity, but forget about the stoic tradition of Catholicism as this island applies as much vibrance to...

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