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Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay : Travel on Web Wombat Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay is such a contrast to Buenos Aires, Argentina! Our travel writer takes you to this quiet, quirky, World Heritage listed town after a one hour boat trip on the world's widest river, the Rio de la Plata. Read More ...

 

Hotel Costa Verde Fuselage Suite, Costa Rica : Travel Stories On Web Wombat Hotel Costa Verde Fuselage Suite

If you're thinking of visiting Costa Rica in Central America and you want to stay somewhere different then consider Hotel Costa Verde's Fuselage Home. Surrounded by jungle and near to the Manuel Antonio National Park its the ideal location. Read More ...

 

Bowral & Mary Poppins : Travel on Web Wombat Bowral & Mary Poppins

What has the name Borwal, in the Southern Highlands of NSW, and Mary Poppins have in common? Just that the author Helen Lyndon Goff (PL Travers), who created the character, lived and where a bronze statue of Mary Poppins now resides. Read More ...

 

Khao Lak, Thailand : Travel Stories On Web Wombat Khao Lak, Thailand

Khaolak around 65k from Phuket, Thailand, a 20-kilometre-long beach side strip along the Andaman coast was devastated by the disastrous 2004 Boxing Day tsunami. It has recovered a lot of its relaxed charm and has become a thriving tourist destination. Read More ...

 

Iguazu Falls : Travel on Web Wombat Iguazu Falls

“Awesome” is no exaggeration for the Iguazu Falls -- 300 waterfalls spanning three kilometres on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Our writer says “Don’t take sides – visit both countries." Read More ...

 

Eva Perón, Buenos Aires, Argentina : Travel Stories On Web Wombat Eva Perón, Buenos Aires, Argentina

The ghost of Eva Perón - Evita - haunted our writer wherever she went in Buenos Aires, Argentina. And not just in Recoleta cemetery! Read More ...

 

Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile : Travel on Web Wombat Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile

Alexander Selkirk was marooned on Mas a Tierra, 700k from Chile, for over 4 years. The island is now call Robinson Crusoe Island and if you're feeling adventurous you can fly there by small plane and then water taxi to their only town. Read More ...

 

La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina : Travel Stories On Web Wombat La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Boca is home to Boca Juniors, Argentinian Tango and intensely bright buildings. It's charming yet run-down, touristy yet real. Let it shout tango and colour at you! Read More ...

 

Rangitoto Island, Auckland, New Zealand : Travel on Web Wombat Rangitoto Island, Auckland, New Zealand

Rangitoto Island is the home of Auckland's youngest active yet dormant volcano. Only a short ferry ride from the city it is dotted with walking tracks and when the summit reached it provides a panoramic view of Auckland. Read More ...

 

Pilatus Cogwheel Railway, Switzerland : Travel Stories On Web Wombat Pilatus Cogwheel Railway, Switzerland

Travel from Lake Lucerne to the summit of the Mount Pilatus by cogwheel train, Aerial Gondola or Cableway and marvel at the view of Lake Lucerne, postcard rendered villages, fields of wild flowers, babbling mountain streams, blue lakes and mountain peaks. Read More ...

 

The Farmers Market, Los Angeles : Web Wombat Travel The Farmers Market, Los Angeles

The Farmers Market, Los Angeles, California is a iconic open market where farmers once met to sell their produce to locals and which still retains some of its old world flavour. Read More ...

 

Valletta: Capital City of Malta : Travel Stories On Web Wombat Valletta: Capital City of Malta

Valletta the capital city of Malta in the Mediterranean and famous for the exploits of two flamboyant characters of history; Michelangelo Merisi and Oliver Reed. Read More ...

 

Seven Most Haunted Places in Australia : Web Wombat Travel Seven Most Haunted Places in Australia

Ghosts, Spirits, Apparitions and all things Supernatural have haunted our imaginations since time immemorial. We visit seven of Australia's most haunted destinations and find we're up there amongst the spookiest. Read More ...

 

La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles

La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles are one of those rare geological formations that has captured many unwary animal over the past 40,000 years The bones of many, together with other fauna and flora, are on display at the of which are on display at the George C Page Museum. Read More ...

 

Zimbabwe : Walk With The Lions : Travel Article Zimbabwe : Walk With The Lions

Lion Encounter is an extraordinary conservation program in Zimbabwe helping to re-build numbers of the African lion, whose population across the continent has plunged to under 30,000. Read More ...

 

Unclaimed Baggage Lost & Found Luggage

Ever wondered what happens to your luggage after you lose it at the airport? No, it doesn't go to a Narnia world of magic, it goes to a bunch of tight asses who are on the hunt for a bargain. Read More ...

 

One of Australia's biggest annual events, the Cabramatta Moon Festival draws 90,000 fun-seekers to this Sydney suburb one day every September. Cabramatta Moon Festival

One of Australia's biggest annual events, the Cabramatta Moon Festival draws 90,000 fun-seekers to this Sydney suburb one day every September. Read More ...

 

Africa Big Five Africa's Big Five

When it comes to Southern Africa, there's only one thing you need to assure yourself of seeing. An encounter with the magical Big Five of lion, leopard, elephant, Cape buffalo and rhino. Read More ...

 

Valley of the Temples, Agrigento, Sicily Valley of the Temples, Agrigento, Sicily

On a cloudless Mediterranean summers day, as you look towards the Temple sitting at the top of a barren ridge and with the azure sky as a backdrop, marvel at the ingenuity of the ancient Greeks. Read More ...

 

Deadwood, South Dakota, USA Deadwood, South Dakota, USA

The town of Deadwood, South Dakota, the resting place of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane and a thriving mecca for gambling and tourism. Read More ...

 

Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire, England Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire, England

Cliveden House, located in Buckinghamshire, England, has a long and illustrious history including ownership by an upstart colonial, chance meetings, Russian spies, suicide, scandal and Christine Keeler. Read More ...

 

Goroka Show PNG Goroka Show PNG

The Goroka Show, held in September each year, is a gathering of cultures, an expression of dance and song and an opportunity to portray PNG's vast array of customs, costumes and colours. Read More ...

 

Fanning Island, Kiribati Fanning Island, Kiribati

Fanning Island, Kiribati, is a tiny dot in the Pacific Ocean that is home to lagoons with tranquil blue-green waters, drooping palms and white fine sanded beaches. Read More ...

 

Myanmar, South East Asia Myanma

Burma, now known as Myanmar, is a fast growing South East Asian travel destination with its Colonial styled Strand Hotel and its must see jewel encrusted Shwedagon (or Golden) Pagoda in Yangon, the countries capital city. Read More ...

 

Bunker 42, Moscow Bunker 42, Moscow

To gain an appreciation of the actions undertaken by the Russian communist leadership to deal with potential nuclear fallout during the cold war a visit to Bunker 42 in Moscow should definitely be part of your tour plans. Read More ...

 

Dampier Peninsula, WA Dampier Peninsula, WA

For me, the timelessness of the Dampier Peninsula was a very welcome withdrawal from the modernity and luxury of Broome - a real retreat, so says our Travel Guru. Read More ...

 

A Week In Provence, France A Week In Provence, France

Come join me on my adventures during seven day's travelling around St-Rémy-de-Provence, France, visiting new and old sites and new and old friends. Read More ...

 

Hobbiton, New Zealand Hobbiton, New Zealand

Located a short distance from Matamata on the North Island of New Zealand you enter the magical world of Hobbiton, the movie set where scenes were shot for the movies The Lord of the Rings & The Hobbit. Read More ...

 

Scenic Railway, Blue Mountains, NSW Scenic Railway, Blue Mountains, NSW

It's the Scenic Railway that's remained the jewel as both an ageless and historic attraction enabling tourist to access the Jamison Valley floor and to then have a choice of varying length bush tracks and boardwalks. Read More ...

 

Rotorua: New Zealand Rotorua: New Zealand

Rotorua is more than just a place for an adrenaline rush, it's one of nature's unbeatable Thermal wonderlands! Read More ...

 

Cuddly Creatures: Phillip Island Cuddly Creatures: Phillip Island

Phillip Island boasts two excellent spots where you can see another side of Australia and get up close and personal with the local animals. Read More ...

 

Ffestiniog Railway Company, Wales Ffestiniog Railway Company, Wales

For train enthusiasts, or anyone interested in train history, the Welsh Ffestiniog Railway Company, the oldest narrow gauge railway in the world, celebrates its sesquicentennial anniversary next year. Read More ...

 

Casa Loma, Toronto, Canada Casa Loma, Toronto, Canada

Over the years Casa Loma has appeared in various guises from a luxury hotel to a popular nightspot. At one time it was seized by the City of Toronto for unpaid taxes. Finally, in 2011 it was taken over by the City Council. Read More ...

 

Low Cost Domestic & International FlightsLow Cost Flights

Check out our new "I Want That Flight" service offering both low cost Domestic & International fares and tell us how it compares. Read More ...

 

Cruise to Mayreau in the Caribbean Cruise to Mayreau in the Caribbean

We arrive at Mayreau Island in the Grenadines on day six of a seven day cruise from San Juan to Barbados shared with 100 passengers and nine five crew. Not a bad ratio hey! Read More ...

 

Blenheim Palace, Oxford, England Blenheim Palace, Oxford, England

Blenheim Palace is about an hour's drive from London. The Palace is enormous covering anamazing 2.8 hectares or, in layman's terms, close to 30 average Australian suburban house blocks. Read More ...

 

Ronda Spain : Beauty Will Rock You Ronda: Beauty Will Rock You

The city perches atop a 120-metre deep, 68-metre wide canyon. Below flows the Rio Guadalevín which tourists marvel at. And Ronda, by name alone, translates to rocky. Read More ...

 

Wollongong Victoria: Two-Wheel Coastal Sightseeing Wollongong: Two-Wheel Coastal Sightseeing

For as long as he likes to remember, Wollongong's Steve Melchior has had a passion for motor cycles, especially those with the Harley-Davidson badge. Read More ...

 

QE2 & The Falklands War QE2 & The Falklands War

When QE2 retired after nearly 40 years as an Atlantic liner and world cruise ship, the grand liner had carried over 2,000,000 passengers and steamed some 8,600,000kms. Read More ...

 

Action in American Samoa Action in American Samoa

One morning in January 1942 as Masaitchiro Shimasaki was enjoying his regular breakfast cigar on the beach off his comfortable little home in then-American Samoa, he noticed something unusual glittering off-shore in the early South Pacific sun. Read More ...

 

Melbourne Laneways Melbourne Laneways

Melbourne's Laneways have become destinations for locals and visitors, They are colourful alternatives for music, art, bars, and restaurants. They are also places to stroll and to party. And their character changes constantly. Read More ...

 

Southern Highlands Tulip Time Festival Southern Highlands Tulip Time Festival

This year's Tulip Time Festival in the Southern Highlands of NSW will be the 53rd of what has become one of the biggest celebrations of the tulip in Australia. Read More ...

 

Shongololo: South African Railways Train Yourself To Go Wild In Africa

Join the dots between a witchdoctor, a centipede, exotic ostrich steaks, Victoria Falls and Dar Es Salaam, bizarre desert dunes and Smoke That Thunders and you will take an extraordinary trip by trains, planes and automobiles. Read More ...

 

Washington DC Day Trip from New York Washington DC Day Trip from New York

The easiest way to see DC, without having to worry about changing hotels and dragging suitcases back and forth, is simply by taking an inexpensive day trip Read More ...

 

The Airbus A380 The Airbus A380

What's made up of more than 4,000,000 parts from 1,500 companies around the world, takes nine months to build at a cost of US$390m with seventy-seven having already been sold and one customer wants ninety? Read More ...

 

Suwarrow & Robert Louis Stevenson Secrets Of South Pacific's Truly Treasure Island

Suwarrow National Park of the Cook Islands and 825km north-north-west of Rarotonga, Is this the fabled Treasure Island from the pen of Robert Louis Stevenson. Read More ...

 

Yeosu, Korea: World Expo 2012 Yeosu, Korea: World Expo 2012

Yeosu, a small port city at the lower tip of South Korea, is the site for this year's World Expo, an event expected to attract 8-million visitors during its three months. Read More ...

 

Touring The Barossa Valley, SA Touring The Barossa Valley

For wine buffs the historic cellars of Seppeltsfield, in the heart of South Australia's Barossa Valley, are a very, very special place indeed. Because here visitors - wine buff or not - are surrounded by casks of port from every vintage since 1878. Read More ...

 

Cruising The Mekong River on the Indochina Pandaw Cruising The Mekong River on the Indochina Pandaw

We rode in ox carts and 'cyclos,' visited cat-fish farms and floating markets, sampled snake wine and exotic fruits, caught a rare, lithesome gibbon swinging from rafters above our heads, and more all the while gently cruising down the Mekong. Read More ...

 

Lured By The Spirit Of Amelia Earhart Lured By The Spirit Of Amelia Earhart

Aviatrix Amelia Earhart, Lae in New Guinea, an anti-freckle cream jar, Nikumaroro, Gargoyle House, a Lockheed Electra, TIGHAR and a host of conspiracy theories: join the dots to help explain her disappearance in 1937. Read More ...

 

Rail Transport Museum, Thirlmere, NSW On Track Preserving Our Steamy Past

What ever it is about trains that attracts people - and it seems the older the trains, the more the attraction - Trainworks has struck gold doing it with the largest rail museum in the Southern Hemisphere. Read More ...

 

Australia's First Governor General & The Royal Carriage Governor-General's Train For Thought

The New South Wales Railways' Office of Mechanical Engineer was charged with creating a work of extraordinary opulence, a masterpiece, that, 111 years later is still the most luxurious railway carriage in Australia. Read More ...

 

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & Sherlock Holmes It's Elementary, My Dear Pietri

If you believe the rumours, Conan Doyle was notorious for being involved in any number of bizarre and extraordinary incidents that made British headlines in the early 20th century. Read More ...

 

A Flying Visit to Flores, Indonesia A Flying Visit to Flores, Indonesia

Komodo National Park comprises a number of islands, and is on the World Heritage List. Two of its largest islands, Komodo and Rinca, are the main habitat of the world's largest lizard, the Komodo Dragon. Read More ...

 

Juan Fernandez, Robinson Crusoe Island Juan Fernandez, Robinson Crusoe Island

Selkirk would spend four years and four months alone on his island - only to return to England in the early 1700. Daniel Defoe heard of his remarkable story and created Robinson Crusoe. Read More ...

 

Gold Find Came As A Flash Of Light Gold Find Came As A Flash Of Light

As remote as it is, you don't need 4WD to get here: the road is sealed for the first 70km from Alice Springs, and is gravel for the next forty - a yob filter as regulars who enjoy escaping to Arltunga describe it. Read More ...

 

The Pit Bar-B-Q, Miami USA The Pit Bar-B-Q, Miami USA

More fool them, because The Pit Bar-B-Q on the Tamiami Trail is as American as Uncle Sam, Old Faithful and the joint's signature 'Gator Burger and Key Lime Pie.. Read More ...

 

A Brit's Fizz Frazzles The French A Brit's Fizz Frazzles The French

When a bubbly from England's South Downs won the International Wine & Spirit Competition for World's Best Sparkling, it had some of the men of Champagne literally gagging on their Gauloises. Read More ...

 

Cruise the Mississippi River Cruise the Mississippi River

The newest thing in cruise holidaying in America is in fact the oldest, with the re-launch this month of the 436-passenger American Queen, a sternwheeler that had been laid-up on the banks of the Mississippi River. Read More ...

 

Airport Hotels - From Best To Bizarre Airport Hotels - From Best To Bizarre

Once was a time when the prospects of a stay at an airport hotel sent shivers down the spines of even the most-seasoned travellers: pokey rooms, planes roaring overhead, rattling windows non-existent lounges or bars. Not any more! Read More ...

 

Caribbean B&B's An Easy Cell Caribbean B&B's An Easy Cell

Today there are still just 1,600 people live in Saba in delightful gingerbread houses that all have white-washed walls, red tile roofs and green window shutters - enforced by law.. Read More ...

 

Unsung Titanic Hero Unsung Titanic Hero

After Titanic finally slipped into the depths, Harold Godfrey Lowe moved cautiously towards the site fearing his lifeboat would be capsized by passengers he could hear screaming in the water. Read More ...

 

Las Vegas : Having The Mob Around At Your Wedding Las Vegas : Having The Mob Around At Your Wedding

Get married in Las Vegas in the courtroom that saw a procession of America's Who's Who of murder, drugs, bootlegging, stand-over tactics and illegal gambling dragged through to give evidence. Read More ...

 

NSW : Bundanoon Is Brigadoon Ffestiniog Railway Company, Wales

All because like Brigadoon in the stage show and movie, for just one day of the year Bundanoon raises itself out of its early morning Highlands mist, and for that day becomes Brigadoon and all things Scottish. Read More ...

 

Africa - Cape Town Africa - Cape Town

The "Mother City's" rich history, cultural and political independence, stunning location and mild climate qualify Cape Town as one of the world's truly great cities. Read More ...

 

Los Angeles - Biddy Mason DayLos Angeles - Biddy Mason Day

Biddy Mason was born to a slave in Mississippi in 1818, and was given as a wedding present to wealthy plantation owner Robert Smith and his bride Read More ...

 

Great Australian Pubs Great Australian Pubs

We were so impressed with such diligence we thought we’d pick the best and share some of the greatest Aussie pubs you simply must visit. Read More ...

 

The Rhone Shipwreck Disaster The Rhone Shipwreck Disaster

The Royal Mail Ship, the Rhone, smashed onto rocks in the Caribbean's British Virgin Islands in 1867. Over 200 passengers perished because they'd been tied into their bunks by the crew. Read More ...

 

England - Le Boat England - Le Boat

We planned on what Le Boat calls it's "Scholars' Cruise", motoring upstream to Oxford and downstream to the rowing course at Henley. Read More ...

 

Yarra Valley - Healesville Yarra Valley - Healesville

From camping, to hiking, having a beer or simply enjoying the finer things in life (like a perfectly brewed coffee or a tall glass of wine) there is simply no better place to be. Read More ...

 

Venice - Hotel Danieli Venice - Hotel Danieli

In 1805 hotelier Giuseppe Dal Niel rented the palaces and converted them into a hotel, giving it his nickname Danieli, and later acquiring the buildings outright. Read More ...

 

England - London's Tower Bridge England - London's Tower Bridge

Some 40,000 people cross the Tower Bridge every day – local pedestrians, motorists, cyclists and, of course, the multitude of meandering tourists. So next time you are visiting London make the Tower Bridge a must – and recall the Day It Stopped A President Read More ...

 

Queen Elizabeth World Cruise Queen Elizabeth World Cruise

The softly-spoken Ed and Helen hail from Pennsylvania, and the only time Ed tends to raise his voice is when he talks about how they "got into cruising". Read More ...

 

Australia - Daintree Rainforest Jungle Surfing Australia - Daintree Rainforest Jungle Surfing

Jungle Surfing the Canopy of the Daintree rainforest is a truly insane experience where your feet don't touch the ground. Read More ...

 

Train Yourself To Go Wild In Africa China - Thames Town

The only thing that’s askew is that this ever-so-British-looking Thames Town, that’s complete down to a traditional fish and chip shop and street signs showing High Street, Oxford Street, Queen Street and similar, is anything but British. Read More ...

 

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Holidaymakers looking for the out-of-the-ordinary can today do time in the one-time cells of what was once one of England’s toughest prisons, a hell-hole housed within the 5-metre thick walls of the country’s historic Oxford Castle. Read More ...

 

Tasmania - Kempton Tasmania - Kempton

Kempton’s not one of those places that springs quickly to mind when planning a motoring holiday in Tasmania, yet the little community has had the welcome mat out since the mid-19th century. Read More ...

 

Spain - Barcelona Spain - Barcelona

While there's no danger of running out of things to do in Barcelona, there is a serious risk that you'll be so overwhelmed by the number and variety of the city's attractions.  Read More ...

 

Malaysia - Langkawi Malaysia - Langkawi

The Curse of Mahsuri goes back to a time none can put an exact date to, but which historians believe was probably around 1820 Read More ...

 

Prague - New Year's Eve Prague - New Year's Eve

Sparks shower nearby revellers; laughter and squeals of delight fill the air and we expect to hear screams of pain too, but they must be drowned out by all the fun. Read More ...

 

How To Be A Good Travel Flyer How To Be A Good Travel Flyer

Here are some tips on how not to be one of those who drive fellow travellers to the point of rage and temporary insanity. Read More ...

 

England - Charles Dickens England - Charles Dickens

From when he was a young boy Dickens had a fascination for ghosts which culminated in arguably his most famous novel, A Christmas Carol in which the skinflint Ebenezer Scrooge changes his ways after a visit by three spirits. Read More ...

 

Skiing in Korea Skiing in Korea

Unlike Australian and New Zealand alpine resorts this picture-postcard winter playground has a vast indoor water park, Peak Island, that’s about a two-minute walk from the Dragon Hotel. Read More ...

 

NSW - Newcastle NSW - Newcastle

Amongst historical nearby attractions is Fort Scratchley that formed an integral link in our defences against potential invasion, whose canons were Australia's only ever to fire in anger. Read More ...

 

Umbria and Tuscany, Italy : Travel Article

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Perugia is the capital of Umbria about halfway between Rome and Florence and it's Perugina chocolate factory makes the world-famous chocolates called Baci – Italian for "kisses". Read More ...

 

Vietnam - Mekong Cruise Vietnam - Mekong Cruise

This captivating cruise is aboard the stylish 62-stateroom AmaLotus that’s owned by Australia's APT Touring, and which began her Mekong career only in September this year. Read More ...

 

Ubud Writers and Readers Festival : Writers Festivals as a Travel Experience Ubud Writers and Readers Festival : Writers Festivals as a Travel Experience

The 2011 Ubud Writers and Readers Festival offered a cultural smorgasbord, or Rijsttafel, as a banquet is called in Indonesia. It was a whimsical fusion of colours, flavours and styles from Indonesia, Australia, and all the continents on the globe. Read More ...

 

The Antarctic Peninsula The Antarctic Peninsula

Can't get enough of David Attenborough's Frozen Planet - then why not get off your butt and head straight to the Antarctic Peninsula. Antarctica's treacherous, spiny tendril is an odd but irresistible location. Read More ...

 

The Pit Bar-B-Q, Miami USA Savannah - The Future Ship Lost In Time

Costing nearly $USD 50m which came from the US Atomic Energy Commission, Savannah quickly ran into trouble over the size of her crew – and their pay. Read More ...

 

Indonesia - Travelling Green Indonesia - Travelling Green

Near the Udayana University between Jimbaran Bay and Nusa Dua where the environment provides the right vegetation for larvae, pupae and butterflies for at least 80 species and allows 50 species of birds to flourish and fly. And there are five species of land snails and the occasional squirrel. Read More ...

 

Geelong Wine Region - Toast to the Coast Geelong Wine Region - Toast to the Coast

The Geelong Wine Region is part of the Port Phillip Wine Zone in the State of Victoria. It's a cool climate wine region with a similar terroir to the famous French wine regions of Bordeaux and Burgundy. Read More ...

 

Italy - Erice, Sicily Italy - Erice, Sicily

Located on top of Monte San Giuliano, Erice has a long history stretching from Ancient Greek to modern times. Much of its remaining historical architecture is from the Norman period and, strategically located, it has spectacular views to the east and south across Sicily. Read More ...

 

Sicily - Valley of the Temples, Agrigento Sicily - Valley of the Temples, Agrigento

On a cloudless Mediterranean summers day, you look towards the Temple sitting at the top of a barren rock strewn pale faced ridge and, with the azure sky as a backdrop, marvel at the ingenuity of the ancient Greeks. Read More ...

 

 

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