Sue Wallace
Sue Wallace
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Sue tries to take the path less travelled for the best travel stories and experiences, and agrees it’s the journey, as well as the destination that often makes a great story. Always on the lookout for the unusual and the quirky finer things in life – and wouldn’t say no to another variety of Turkish Delight.

The many charms of Fraser Island

The good news about fishing on Fraser Island is you rarely have to exaggerate. Talk to a group of fishermen who line up along Seventy Five Mile Beach and they describe the fishing in one word – …

Waiheke Island, New Zealand

It used to be a haven for hippies and the unemployed but now New Zealand’s Waiheke Island has become one of the country’s hottest destinations. Waiheke Island is the most populated, and second-largest…

Turkey’s Bazaar world of food

You can’t possibly resist the pyramids of white sugar-dusted Turkish delight piled high on silver trays offered to all who wander through Istanbul’s noisy, colourful Spice Markets. Stepping into the 3…

Grizzly bears of British Columbia

It’s a perfect day as our boat stops in Canada’s British Columbia’s spectacular Knight Inlet to watch for grizzly bears. Our guides from TideRip Grizzly Adventures are experts when it come…

Why Chicago is a must-see city 

Don’t be surprised to see visitors and locals alike striking all sorts of odd poses in front of The Bean, an iconic art installation in the middle of Chicago.  There’s something about the mirror…

The islands of Tahiti

French Polynesia, the collective name for those 118 lovely islands of which Tahiti is the largest, remains a popular holiday destination and more Australian travellers are venturing there to dip their…

Explore historic Winnipeg

Who would have thought there’s a connection between James Bond, the adorable Winnie the Pooh and Winnipeg, the capital of Canada’s Manitoba province? Well, Sir William Stephenson, the man they called …

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