Glampacker at Afternoon-Tea at the Ritz, London
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  Enjoying afternoon tea at the Ritz was the finest, most indulgent and poshest of all my high tea experiences to date. Sharing the afternoon with two lovely friends visiting me in London all the way from Australia made the experience all the more memorable. Afternoon tea at the Ritz, London, is often seen as one of the more...
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Toast was recently named Perth's best breakfast spot. Always eager to try out a new breakfast menu, I visited Toast on a bright and sunny Thursday morning. Toast in East Perth is opposite the Royal Brasserie and has views over Claisebrook Cove. East Perth is a quiet nook, wall to wall with...

High tea is a fine art. A perfect balance of sweet, savoury and of course tea. In Perth high tea has become a popular weekend activity offered in select hotels and restaurants. The Peninsula Tea Gardens offers a relaxed, natural and rather historical setting for high tea. The tea...
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Nestled amongst heritage homes in the leafy...
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Big Day Out is one crazy carnivale. Not for the faint-hearted, BDO is one heady festival full of rock, electro-pop and a few dance acts thrown in. Held annually at Claremont...
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Traditional High Tea at the Hotel...
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On my recent trip to Bali, we stayed at the Sofitel Seminyak. My colleague had recommended this to me and an online special included free breakfast, Internet and airport transfers with the booking. Located right on Seminyak beach the four-star resort has lush rainforest gardens throughout the secure complex. Bamboo grew right outside our hotel room door and banana trees with early fruit hung over a nearby walkway.
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I've just returned from a relaxing 10 day visit in Melbourne, soaking up the sun, nabbing a few bargains and doing lots of eating. Below are my top three Melbourne Eats, I confess I am missing Chapel Street and my brother's inner city apartment already!
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A few weeks ago whilst in Melbourne I went on a little road trip to Daylesford with my girlfriend, Wei Yi. Escaping out of the city, we set our friendly GPS navigator and headed north west. As our surroundings changed from high rises to houses to wide open spaces, we breathed in deep the country air. We lunched at the Lake House, which was a lovely bright and airy restaurant beside Lake Daylesford. Kookaburras eagerly waited for their raw steak...
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"One day it will have to be officially admitted that what we have christened reality is an even greater illusion than the world of dreams." - Salvador Dali I have a penchant for Surrealist art and particularly the way in which the definite line between dreams and reality is blurred. I remember studying Surrealism at school and deconstructing Salvador Dali's melting clocks. In 2006 I visited the Tate Modern in London and viewed Surrealism: Desire Unbound. My favourite...