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Diet of the ancient people of Rapa Nui shows adaptation and resilience not 'ecocide'

Research by an international team, led by the University of Bristol, has shed new light on the fate of the ancient people of Rapa Nui (Easter Island). 15 more words

9 Reasons Not to Miss Auckland When You Visit New Zealand

Boasting over one quarter of the countries entire population, Auckland is by far the biggest city in New Zealand and a great destination to begin your grand tour. 639 more words

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Where to Eat Vegetarian and Vegan in Auckland

Vegan, Vegetarian or otherwise, you’re sure to enjoy the diverse flavours from these Auckland establishments. In all my travels, Auckland is still one of my favourite destinations to indulge in vege friendly cuisine and there’s certainly no shortage of it here. 322 more words

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7 Kiwi-Approved Auckland Coffee Shops

No visit to New Zealand would be complete without enjoying some of the superb coffee that’s on offer. Maybe I’m a little bias, but I think Auckland has some of the best cafes in the country, so I’m pleased to share my top tips on where to find a New Zealand quality coffee on your next visit. 403 more words

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Melbourne by Markets

I’ve been missing my home in Melbourne a lot lately. More so than usual, and what I have missed the most is just being able to pop into Queen Vic Markets for some supplies, and then finding a patch of grass and having a picnic. 721 more words

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Perth's Secret Bars

Every city has their version of the secret bars these days, it’s like hipster heaven to be able to be the only one that knows the password, or where the secret phone box door is. 742 more words


Swan Valley Delights

Everyone who knows me will tell you, I enjoy a glass of vino or five. Luckily for my thirst, and not so lucky for my wallet, I live less than a half hour’s drive from an award winning wine valley. 706 more words