Fishing on the lakes around Narooma
Today I’m going to share with you some of the technology every 80’s office girl had to master. Younger readers have probably never heard of many of these things. Anyone over 50 will probably enjoy a quiet chuckle over the standard office equipment of pre-digital technology Sylvester switchboard. Remember the old Sylvester switchboard, with flashing…
Hostels are not just for backpackers, as we found during our visit to Prague
Charter fishing in Narooma
The phrase “hiking in the Swiss Alps” conjures up images of lumberjacks with flannelette shirts and belay ropes scaling the rugged Eiger mountain. Our hiking tours in the Jungfrau region of the Swiss Alps were more of a pleasant stroll. We walked along well formed, signposted pathways, through fields of vibrant spring wildflowers, breathing in…
With it’s breathtaking scenery, tumultuous history, rich culture and food, it is easy to see why the UNESCO World Heritage site of Prague has become such a popular tourist destination. There are so many things to do in Prague.
Our 4 week road trip in Europe took us through Germany’s Black Forest region, through southern France and the Swiss Alps
The city of a thousand spires is not only a UNESCO world heritage site, it is also one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Straddling the Vltava River, Prague, the capital of the Czech republic is a city of many faces. We spent two days in Prague exploring the many attractions.
20 planning tips to help you get the most out of your trip to Germany
An over 50 embracing technology Many over 50’s readers would have grown up with the presumption that you would finish school, either study or go into a job where you would stay for the next 50 years. In today’s society, particularly with the rapid changes in technology, employment is transient and you need be adaptable,…