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harvest cafe newrybar

19 Jan Harvest Cafe, Newrybar

The Harvest Cafe 18-22 Old Pacific Highway Newrybar Village NSW 2479 Australia Phone: +61 2 6687 2644 Reservation is a must even for breakfast! We've tried breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as enjoyed a New Year's Dinner at The Harvest Cafe. The food is incredible...

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byron bay clarkes beach

14 Jan Byron Bay

Beaches and Walks to check out: - Watego's Beach - Little Watego's Beach - Lighthouse walk from Wategos - The Pass Beach - Rainforest boardwalk behind The Byron At Byron - Tea Tree LakeWhere to eat The Roadhouse for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The food is incredible here! Topshop for a...

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cape byron

12 Jan Cape Byron

Cape Byron is Australia’s easternmost point of the mainland of Australia. Cape Byron is located about 166 kms South of Brisbane and is located in New South Wales (NSW). The Cape Byron lighthouse was built in 1901 and can be reached by car, cycling or...

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17 Dec Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo

Sensō-ji Temple is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. It is Tokyo's oldest temple and one of its most significant. The Nakamise-dōri is a street on the approach to the temple and is filled with street vendors selling street food, talismans and...

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15 Dec Japanese Cuisine

The variety and quality of food we enjoyed in Japan was incredible. Below are just a few snapshots of some of the amazing meals we ate.There are a lot of different tonkatsu restaurants in Tokyo, some fancier than others.Gonpachi serves modern Izakaya 'pub food'...

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12 Dec Room with a View – Subioku, Hirafu Japan

We stayed in a 4 bedroom serviced apartment called Subioku, located in the heart of Hirafu village. A 10 minute walk from the ski slopes, ski hire was easily organised through Rhythm Sport, conveniently located opposite. In the evenings, we had the option to cook...

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10 Dec Skiing Niseko-Grand-Hirafu, Hokkaido Japan

Skiing in Niseko and Grand Hirafu was an incredible experience. Having skiied in Australia, France, Canada and the US we found skiing with young children in Niseko Grand Hirafu a fantastic family experience. Compared to other ski regions, it's the abundance of fresh, fluffy, dry...

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05 Dec Tokyo Imperial Palace, Japan

The Tokyo Imperial Palace is the main residence of the Emperor of Japan. It is a large park-like area located in the Chiyoda area of Tokyo close to Tokyo Station and contains several buildings including the main palace, the private residences of the imperial family...

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03 Dec Tokyo Cityscape

Views of Tokyo, from the Cerulean Tower in Shibuya. On a clear day you can see Mt Fuji in the distance.Tokyo and Mt Fuji at night.The famous Shibuya crossing during the day and night.Shibuya 109 is a 'must-see' for those interested in the latest...

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Grand Canyon

01 Dec Grand Canyon, Arizona

On a road trip from Los Angeles to Santa Fe, we stopped by the Grand Canyon, a UNESCO World Heritage site, it is the largest canyon in the world and it is humongous!The Grand Canyon is 446 river km (277 miles) long, up to...

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28 Nov The Forbidden City, Beijing China

Lying at the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City, was the imperial palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1911) and is now called the Palace Museum. Tian'anmen Square is a kilometre away. As the imperial palace for nearly 500 years, the Forbidden City...

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26 Nov Shopping in Italy

FlorenceOne of the hippest and trendiest stores to visit in Florence is the LUISAVIAROMA Main Store located at Via Roma, 19/21r and is open Mondayto Saturday 10:00am-7:30pm and Sunday 11:00am-7:00pm. There is also a LUISAVIAROMA Contemporary Store located at Via Silvio Pellico, 9 which is...

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