There is something magical about a fairytale castle. We visited some beautiful castles in eastern France, while travelling around the Burgundy region. Some are crumbling ruins while others have been faithfully restored. The same families have lived in some castles for over 1000 years. All are centuries older than any man-made structure we see here…
Today thousands of Australians rose before sunrise to gather at war memorials around the country for our traditional Anzac Day dawn service. Initially commemorating the dawn landing at Gallipoli and the thousands of Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women who served during WWI, the commemoration now honours servicemen in all conflicts. “Lest we forget” will…
There is more to Penola than just wine. Explore a rich history which includes St Mary MacKillop, Australia’s first saint.
Nestled in the shadows of Mt Gulaga, on the NSW south coast, amid rolling green dairy pastures you can step back in time in two small heritage listed villages.
There are so many great things to do in Sydney that are either cheap or free.
Beefeaters, crows, the crown jewels and history at the Tower of London
Spend a day exploring the Unesco world heritage site of Potsdam
The opulence of King Ludwig’s Versailles inspired castle on Herreninsel
From Annecy, we enjoyed exploring the medieval old town, castles, alpine walks and the beautiful lakeside.