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If Japan isn’t already on your travel ‘bucket-list’… it really should be. Our previous conferences to Japan have all been around Cherry Blossom time – when large parts of the country are bathed in the light pink and white blossoms. No visit to Japan is complete however, without stepping off the tourist trail and experiencing...
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Australia has 8,222 islands….now that's a lot! We all know of the Whitsundays, Fraser, and luxury islands like Lizard but there are lesser-known islands around the whole perimeter of our Australian coast that are well worth considering for their own unique culture, culinary delights,  wildlife, and beauty. Here’s our list of Australian Islands we think...
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At a time like this we all need a bit of “happy news” and even though there is a lot going on in the world right now it’s important time to remind ourselves there is light at the end of the tunnel. Happiness is a difficult thing to measure, but that hasn’t stopped the people...
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People often watch movies for the same reasons they read books; to transport themselves to lands far away. For some, watching mind-blowing travel movies on Netflix is a way to prepare themselves for an adventure of a lifetime. They may fall in love while traveling, land an awesome job where remote work is acceptable, or...
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Whether you have a few minutes or an hour or two, a book can inspire you to travel to faraway lands whilst sipping a cuppa in your favourite armchair.  What better time to open a book and set off on a new adventure. Here are my Top 8 books to help you to travel without...
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As we head into the last final weeks of a pretty crummy winter we thought it might be nice to share a little bit of colour and light to brighten your day and to get you thinking about your travels once the restrictions are lifted. The following is a list adapted from the article from...
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Maybe you signed up to the card because it had a discounted or free first-year annual fee? If you’re not sure whether to keep the card for a second year or not, the researchers have done their work and prepared a handy step-by-step guide to determining exactly how much value you are getting.
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The concept of “revenge spending” emerged in China in the 1980s with descriptions of burgeoning consumer demand following the poverty of the Cultural Revolution. In the past few months, researchers have reapplied it to the resurgent spending on luxury goods, as strict stay-at-home orders eased across China. In April, for example, a single Hermès store...
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For the first time in Australian history, our borders are closed and the opportunity to pack our bags and travel beyond our shores seems like it will be limited for the majority of 2020. We’ve compiled a list of the top must do’s to relieve a little bit of wanderlust while we all sit it...
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