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Right across the top of Australia, old drovers are rolling their swags because it is time to head to Camooweal for their annual reunion at the Drover’s Camp Festival held every year on the 4th weekend in August. This event commemorates the droving tradition when Camooweal was the centre for the largest cattle drives the world has ever seen.
Patricia McPherson2014-07-11 13:49:532018-07-22 10:53:01Woman In...Outback Australia: Camooweal, Queensland
Two girlfriends and I were sitting outside a suburban Melbourne café, toasting a recent birthday. The sun was shining and we had a scenic view of the Yarra River. We were surrounded by majestic trees, colourful cyclists, and energetic rowers. In a very off-hand manner my friends mentioned that they were both thinking of going […]
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One of my favourite ways to prepare for travel to a country, particularly one that is off the beaten track, is to read the country’s literature and newspapers. So before heading to Cuba earlier this year, I downloaded Everyone leaves (Todos se van), by contemporary Cuban author, Wendy Guerra. The book was set between 1978 […]
Jacinta Agostinelli2014-10-28 15:03:252018-07-22 11:00:14Our Woman In....Havana
Woman travelling with extended family. With two grown-up sons, their partners and a grandson living in London England, my base being a couple of hundred miles north of that, and a husband working in Hong Kong, it’s hard to get us all together for an extended piece of family time away from the day-to-day (i.e. […]
Sue Robson-Catling2014-09-10 11:05:322018-07-22 11:05:09Woman In ... Lake Balaton, Hungary
“Oh, that’s impossible, I can’t do that!” This is what I would have said, if I had known what I was about to embark on beforehand. But I didn’t know. And so, when my daughter asked me to go with her to Patagonia, I agreed. Although this remote part of Argentina and Chile had never […]