Month: April 2011

THE GUIDE: Overlanding in Africa

So you’re thinking about heading to the mother continent? Overlanding is the most practical way to cover a lot of Africa, and from a ground level you get a real sense for the place — the good, the bad and everything in between for the adventure of a lifetime.

A train of thought to ponder

GO HARD OR GO HOME: Over Easter I embarked on my first ever ride on the god of rail, the Eurostar. Being able to simply jump on a train, go under water and pop up in a different country is something I, like many Aussie expats, find mind-blowing.

Lest We Forget – Anzac Day 2011

More than 100,000 Australians, roughly the same number to have died in war, gathered at Anzac Day services around the world on 25 April, 2011. From Australia to the shores of Gallipoli and battle sites in Asia and Europe, Australians remembered all of their war dead.

Viva the Republic

What a great time to be an Aussie in London, Monarchists and Royalists will say. How lucky we are! Never was a time to discuss becoming a republic so prudent than just days away from a royal wedding.

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