Voyager Bohème

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26 Oct The Grounds by the Sea, Sydney

The Grounds of Alexandria have set up a pop-up restaurant to cater to the crowds visiting Sculpture by the Sea. Plenty of breakfast and lunch options, all set in a beach shack location with a little sandpit for the kids. The decor and ambiance is...

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25 Oct Sculpture by the Sea 2014, Sydney

Every year, the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk is transformed into a 2km long temporary sculpture park called 'Sculpture By The Sea' which features over 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world. Below are just a few of the featured artists in...

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19 Oct Bon Weekend – Leura New South Wales

Located just over 100 kilometres west of Sydney, Leura embodies the spirit of the Blue Mountains, with stunning streetscapes, heritage buildings, glorious gardens, luxury accommodation, spectacular scenery and a beautiful main street lined with restaurants and cafés. ...

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18 Oct Bon Weekend – Jervis Bay, South Coast NSW

Jervis Bay’s famous white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters are amongst the most beautiful in the world. The many bay and ocean beaches, lagoons, secret coves and hidden creeks are perfect for swimming, kayaking, boating, fishing, standup paddle boarding and surfing and the coastal,...

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15 Oct Cruising through the locks on the Lot river

As far as summer jobs go, growing up in France, being a lock keeper was my favourite. I was an 'éclusier' or lock keeper for several summers in Champagne, France, assisting barges through the middle of Champagne's vineyards in Tours sur Marne and Mareuil sur...

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13 Oct Jour de marché in Cahors

Cahors is a medieval town situated on the banks of the Lot river and is the capital of the Lot département with about 20,000 inhabitants. Cahors was part of the Pilgrimage of St Jacques-de-Compostelle.We cruised with our péniche (houseboat) on the Lot river and moored...

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08 Oct Shopping in New Delhi and Jaipur

Visiting India for the first time, I found shopping in New Delhi and Jaipur to be initially quite overwhelming, especially with the heat, noise, different smells and the volume of people generally in the streets. You can easily get lost in the many markets...

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03 Oct Udaipur Market

After exploring The City Palace of Udaipur, we explored the bustling local produce market of Udaipur. We found the locals to be quite shy as they went about their business, but soon we had made a few friends who happily showed us around the market....

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