A wandering bird's-eye overview of most things even vaguely related to travel, and an opportunity for writers, artists and photographers to contribute the historical, the hysterical, the quirky and quixotic... anything with heart.
With Guy Thair's `The Wrong Stuff’ we have the tale of a mysterious wooden box, the fate of which has serious connotations for the laws of decency and world order; a travel book of sorts with an Orwellian-Doctor Who of a plot that twists and turns, with a liberal dose of violence, desperation and humour with just a dash of jellied eel. Continue Reading »
He tried to protect me, he really did, so as not to share his cold. However husbands, travel and germs being what they are, I'm in Bali at the Lily Lane Villas, just outside of Ubud proper, with a scratchy throat and extreme exhaustion. Water, water, and more water. Green tea. Sleep. Continue Reading »
4.30am on the big island of Hawaii. Not a good time of the morning for me, although I sometimes have fantasies of: this would be the time to wake, drink warm water, do yoga for an hour, write for an hour, then I am free to live my life. But at 4.30am, the bed is too comfy, the mattress too loving, the dreams too bizarre and frantic to drag myself out of them. Continue Reading »
North Western Victoria, Australia silo art -
Australia’s largest outdoor gallery, stretching over 200kms. Created by artists from Australia and around the world, each work telling a story of the locals and their town.
This film short `Solo Art Trail' is by Rodosone.
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