New South Wales Central Coast - A Guide By Veteran Travel Writer Mike Smith
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From the hinterland to the headlands there is plenty to see on the Central Coast, a favourite playground for those seeking surf, sun, and sand all year round. And one of its regular visitors over many years is our Sydney-based correspondent, travel editor and journalist, Mike Smith. He says at just over one hour from Sydney, the Central Coast, which stretches about 70 km north from Mooney Mooney in the Hawkesbury River system, is an easy place for local and international visitors to get to, whether they want sun, sand, surf or somewhere to simply chill. Mike suggests visitors try the • Central ..read more
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Amsterdam Cafe Cress Eschews Dutch Fabvourites For Fresh Seasonal Foods -Bridgett Leslie
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Bridgett Leslie recently visited Amsterdam in the Netherlands where she met three chefs - two Dutch and one French-born - running a restaurant in the suburbs. Rather than focus on the traditional Dutch favourite dishes, such as Stamppot at their Café Cress they choose to select the freshest seasonal ingredients paired with mostly French wines to offer a paddock to plate menu…some might say it was a dangerous move, but they explain their philosophy to Bridgett ..read more
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Why It Is So Difficult Getting A Driver's Licence In Spain - Karin Avila
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Our Spain-based correspondent Karin Avila has decades of driving experience in the USA, but now she lives in the Valencia province of Spain and getting a licence there is a different kettle of fish, due to cultural and language differences. It is a two-part process with a 266-page book of driving rules plus a practical test. Karin details the good, the bad and the counter-intuitive. Luckily she has a bicycle ..read more
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Giselle Whiteaker Visits 48 Of 50 States Of USA By Greyhound Bus - Now For Last Two -Helen Hayes
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There is a lot to see in the USA, as Giselle Whiteaker discovered when she went to visit one state, and ended up visiting 48. Giselle, who lives in Australia explains why she has done an (almost) full lap of the Union ..read more
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Putting Her Best Foot Forward - Michelle Androsenko On Life As A Cruise Dancer - Carolyne Jasinski
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Michelle Androsenko grew up in a dancing family and always dreamed of travelling the world as a dancer. That dream came true when she signed on with the entertainment team on board Oceania Sirena. She talks to Carolyne Jasinski about how she got her dream job and what it's like to be a performer on cruise ships. Photo by Carolyne Jasinski ..read more
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Yes You Can Find Kangaroos On Aussie Beaches - Carolyne Jasinski Reports
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There really are kangaroos on the beaches in Australia. When international tourists come to Australia and expect to find kangaroos roaming the streets or turning up on beaches, we Aussies tend to roll our eyes and say, “Really?” Well, Carolyne Jasinski has found a coastal hotspot where it does happen. Cape Hillsborough is a beach located on the coast of Queensland between Mackay and Airlie Beach. If you go to the water’s edge at sunrise, you’ll find kangaroos and wallabies feasting on mangrove seed pods. Here she talks to ranger Murray Gibbs about this magical spot that even the Australian tou ..read more
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What's Up On Travel Writers Radio April 17 -Graeme Kemlo & Helen Hayes
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Here's what you can listen to from the professional team at Travel Writers Radio. More food, wine, lifestyle and travel experiences from around the world and around the corner. We sincerely appreciate your support so thanks for listening. If you have a story to tell or to comment on our show, feel free to get in contact via email: info@travelwritersradio.com ..read more
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Meet The Rees' new Executive Chef - Helen Hayes chats to Trent Watson
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Helen Hayes flew across the ditch to Queenstown and chatted with the new Executive Chef of True South Dining Room at The Rees Hotel. Trent Watson has spent 25 years as a chef, and has cooked for some huge names. Have a listen to find out who, and what kind of food Trent is cooking at The Rees, to hero Central Otago produce ..read more
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Journalist Justine Costigan On What's New In Noosa...Just In Time For Melbourne Escapees To The Sun
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3w ago
As the Melbourne nights and mornings get chillier by the day, there are thousands of southerners just waiting to escape to the Sunshine Coast in general, or Noosa in particular. Which is where Melbourne reporter Justine Costigan escaped to a week ago to research what’s new in this popular Queensland getaway. The good news: Justine enjoyed the place almost devoid of crowds; the bad news: it rained every day so she had to content herself with indoor activities like eating and drinking. Here she shares with Graeme Kemlo just what she discovered and lets us in on a couple of local secrets.. Photo ..read more
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Australian Museum Chief Scientist Prof Kris Helgen On Dream Jobs At Lizard Island Qld. -Graeme Kemlo
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3w ago
We came across an interesting story that might just be the absolute job of a lifetime – running a marine science research station on Lizard Island in the far north of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The two jobs arose becauise the current co-directors have decided to retire after 34 years on the job. But who could apply? We got on to the chief scientist of the Australian Museum Sydney which runs the globally-renowned research station / So listen carefully as this position may not open up for abnother 30- years. Graeme Kemlo spoke to Professor Kris Helgen and also asked him to comment on the cu ..read more
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