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We had a great time with friends on the weekend at Seymour. Years ago, we used to ride bicycles around Melbourne for recreation but have grown ‘older’ and have now resorted to having ‘relaxing by the river’ as a very … Continue reading
The phone number? 03 5967 1858
When we return home, after a fabulous time travelling with our groups, there is a lot of work to do with our photos and movie footage. We create a 100 page photo book for our clients to purchase as well … Continue reading
Why not take a look? It won’t hurt but it may inspire you to ‘get into cruising’. Unpack once in 21 days and see 15 cities in Europe. Call in or call Lyn at 03 5967 1858 on Monday thru … Continue reading
At the end of our group tour in 2011, 90% of the folk voted the 5 hour Motor Bike Tour in Hue as their most exciting experience of the trip. There were various stops along the way but one of the … Continue reading
Tam Coc River is south of Hanoi in the Ninh Binh region of Vietnam and has been Heritage Listed. Take a look at this video and enjoy the method of rowing a boat; hard work for the amateur indeed. But … Continue reading
While on a day tour to Monaco from Nice, we stopped to venture into this quaint little village on a hill.
This is the largest religious monument in the world. It was first a Hindu and later a Buddhist temple. It was built by the Khmer King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century as his state temple and eventual mausoleum. … Continue reading