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They can’t deposit you onto a Bali beach or gently waft Parisian perfumes into your schnoz, but books can still take you on vivid journeys. Bonus: no need to renew your passport, and no pesky shots.
From across the oceans Loni Jeffs gave us a rundown of how being a shutterbug fits into her nomadic life.
On a recent trip back home Una Janicijevic was nice enough to show us around – through the parts she remembers and the bits that have changed.
Despite being only a hop, skip and jump away from the mainland, the little southern island of Tassie is a mysterious place to many Australians.
If you like your hedges well-kept, your humour off-kilter and your buildings in miniature, you might want to consider a quick trip over the Bass Strait.
If you’ve ever had an urge to slowly back out of society and into the wilderness to find some solitude, you’ll be rather impressed with this plant-covered structure from New Zealand fella Barry Cox.
How about a little treat to keep you excited through the working week?
We’ve got a whale of a giveaway for this week’s Stuff Mondays, and here’s a hint: it involves air travel, room service and a whole lot of glam rock.
Weathered shop signs, rocky cliffs and dusty blue skies make California’s Joshua Tree an awfully photogenic place to visit.
You might know Cuba as the Caribbean island full of cigars and rum and slick old cars, but there's a whole tonne more that you might not have bargained for.
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